Whether he’s seducing the stage as the “Last of the Redhot Lovers” or trying to save souls as missionary Elder Green in “Saturday’s Warrior,” D.L. Walker is a versatile, colorful actor whose charisma captivates audiences. Born in Utah and raised everywhere else, D.L. began honing his accent and voice skills at age 14 and has lent his talents to projects in a variety of genres over the past 30 years. His unique abilities have helped him find success in theater, film, television, radio, and voiceover work. In fact, with more than 47 audiobooks to his credit, you may recognize D.L.’s voice before his face when you attend a performance (and if you’ve heard his rendition of the book “The Light Above” in which he brought 57 different Scottish characters to life, you’ll really appreciate his prowess and dedication). Recently, D.L.’s work in “Inspector 42” helped that film garner an Emmy for best drama, which may seem ironic for those who know D.L.–he’s always the first to crack a joke, share a little song and dance, or have a crowd in stitches with one of his impressions. His zest for life and total commitment to everything he does makes D.L. irresistible as both a person and a performer. D.L. and his wife live in Utah. To keep himself young and hungry, he has three kids at home with him while his three adult kids are off makin’ their way in the world. Between projects, D.L. enjoys multimedia production and video editing, and he’ll never stop loving long walks on the beach and long rides on his hog. That’s just the way he rolls.