Sydney Walker

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Sydney Walker (May 5, 1921 – September 30, 1994) was an American actor. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sydney Walker was primarily a stage actor, performing in twenty-eight Broadway plays between 1961 and 1973. In 1967, he was nominated for a Tony Award as "Best Featured Actor in a Play" for his performance in The Wild Duck. As a character actor in motion pictures, he appeared in the 1970 blockbuster film Love Story following which he acted in the television soap opera The Guiding Light for the 1970-71 season. His most prominent film role came in the 1992 movie Prelude to a Kiss, in which he was featured as a dying elderly man who switches bodies with a newlywed portrayed by Meg Ryan. He had a small role in the 1993 hit Mrs. Doubtfire as the bus driver who finds a small attraction to Mrs. Doubtfire. Walker also provided the voice for the children's toy "Grampa Time" (a toy that had a nightlight and told bedtime stories).
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