Ann Walker

Honorary Board Co-Chair

Award-winning actress Ann Walker is best known as one of the stars of the very popular LOGO TV series Sordid Lives: The Series as "LaVonda Dupree." Ms. Walker reprised the role which she originated in Del Shores' 1996 play and 2001 movie by the same name. She also starred in the sequel, A Very Sordid Wedding. She originated the role of Odette Annette Barnett in Southern Baptist Sissies, receiving the LA Drama Critics Award and an Ovation nomination for her work and played the role of "Benny’s Grandmother" in the film adaptation of the play.  Ann has enjoyed a long career in movies, TV and stage. Her most recent TV work: Lone Rider, IZombie, From Zero to I Love You, Undercover Bridesmaid on Lifetime and the very popular web series, Child of the 70’s. In 2012 she embarked on a new career as CEO/co-owner and radio host of her own internet radio station, Universal Broadcasting Network and is heard weekly on The Ann Walker Show, where she discussed LGBT topics and politics.  In 2014, Ann sold her interest in UBN and discontinued her radio show in 2016.

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