Walton Wilson trained with Catherine Fitzmaurice and is a Designated Linklater Voice Teacher. He has also studied voice with Richard Armstrong, Andrea Haring, Meredith Monk, Patsy Rodenburg, David Smukler, Jean-René Toussaint, and members of Roy Hart Theatre. He has served as voice/text and dialect coach for Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regional theatre productions, including the world premieres of plays and adaptations by David Adjmi, Jane Anderson, Eric Bogosian, Christopher Bayes and Stephen Epp, Bill Camp, and Robert Woodruff, Martha Clarke, David Henry Hwang, Len Jenkin, Moises Kaufmann/Tectonic Theatre Project, Stacy Klein/Double Edge Theatre, Han Ong, Jiehae Park, David Rabe, Bill Rauch and Tracy Young, José Rivera, and Mary Zimmerman. He has held faculty appointments at Emerson College, Fordham College at Lincoln Center, NYU/Tisch School of the Arts, and Southern Methodist University, and has been artist-in-residence at American Repertory Theatre, National Theatre Institute, Swine Palace Theatre, and Working Classroom. His international teaching credits include classes and workshops for GEOKS Singapadu (Bali), LaSalle College of the Arts (Singapore), Shanghai Theatre Academy (China), SFUMATO Theatre Laboratory, National Drama Theatre of Plovdiv, and New Bulgarian University (Bulgaria), Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian (Portugal), and TITAN Teaterskole (Norway). He has led workshops for community activists in New York and for prison inmates in Massachusetts and New Mexico. A proud member of Actor's Equity Association for over thirty years, his professional acting credits include productions Off-Broadway and in regional theatres and Shakespeare festivals across the country.
BFA Southern Methodist University.
Languages: English Specializations: Acting, Shakespeare
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