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George “Rawstarr” Walker “Life is Not an Open Book, It is full of unfinished chapters”
George Edward Walker (also known as ‘Prince Rawstarr’). He was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. George began acting in 1996, in local plays around the city. He was invited to be a guest on the talk show called ‘Coalitions for a Positive Future’. Since that moment he wanted to enter the media field.
In summer 1999, George was in a play that he helped write, the play was called “Is this For Real?” it was about ‘Teen Pregnancy’. He also became crew on his high schools news show which was called “News and Views” which he served as the back-up Sports anchor, an interviewer, story writer and camera operator which he held until he graduated high school.
In Fall 1999 he left Jeff Landis show because of creative differences and started his own wrestling show called ‘Knock-out Wrestling Federation’ this show aired weekly and took over as the #1 watched show on the Public Access channel. However in the summer of 2000 George was in a car accident which ended his wrestling career, and he went back to Jeff Landis and they combined the shows. Which he made appearances on but since he knew he was graduating soon, left Jeff Landis in charge.
In early 2001 George started a talk show called ‘North Side Talk’ which was based on the issues that went on the community and ways to make it better. George brought in people in high authority around Fort Wayne; also had shows just with former gang members and with just kids who actually deal with the situations up close. This show ended when George graduated from North Side High School, and entered college one week after graduation at Indiana University.
During the summer of 2001 George learned the HTML language in competition between him & another student on the summer program he was on. Since then he has been asked to design numerous of website, which inspired George to learn Java, A+, Photoshop and other things that are computer based.
Throughout his college career he joined numerous organizations one of which was his idea to bring a fraternity to campus. He gave back to the campus through helping the program he came on by serving as an ‘Ambassador and a Peer Advisor’ for the Groups Student Support Services Program. He was requested when people wanted to have videos recorded or they needed a graphic, or a website completed.
George is a member of the following organizations Phi Beta Sigma- National Service Fraternity Incorporated, Pi Sigma Epsilon- National Sales Marketing Fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega- National Community Service Fraternity Inc., Prince Hall Mason –Stone City Lodge #54, Order of Eastern Stars — Southern Star #50, H. Royal Arch Masons –Eureka Chapter #4. While in College he was in the Tavis Smiley Debate Team, Indiana Public Interest Research Group, Black Student Union, and was a mentor for the Indiana University Office of Community and School Partnerships.
For those Organizations he has served in many offices from being President to one to be a Corresponding Secretary. Since leaving school he still communicates with a few of the organization giving them valid advice and assisting them in all that he can.
George worked with Alpha Phi Alpha to help produce a “Friday Night Live” skit comedy show as his last production/direction Project before leaving for Chicago, IL. In March of 2007 he started doing photography professionally and worked with many models on a TFP basis. Since being in Chicago in April 2007, he has focused on Production and Website Design. So far he has been a Production Assistant on an independent movie called “Missing Pieces”.
In February 2008, he assisted on two reality television shows casting calls, for Fox’s “Kitchen Nightmares” and for ABC’s “The Mole”. In March of 2008 he has become the manager of a few artists Shilan Latrace and Torall Morris. As of May 17, George moved to Burbank, California and has worked with Puder Productions and a few independent circuits.
In August 2008 worked with Cops Cure Cancer for a Fundraiser at the Playboy Mansion. In March 2009 he worked in casting of the Cotton Candy Pin-up girls and did video work for the venture. In April 2009 he joined up with Street Fighter LLC or Fight5 as a video editor and marketer. He participated in the first pay-per-view on May 16, 2009.
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