|Born||1949 (age 70–71)|
|Occupation||Film director, screenwriter|
Fred Walton (born 1949) is an American film director and screenwriter. Among his films are When a Stranger Calls, April Fool's Day, The Rosary Murders, I Saw What You Did, When a Stranger Calls Back and The Stepford Husbands.
Born around 1950, Walton was raised in Chevy Chase, Maryland. He graduated from Denison University, where he majored in theater. As of 2016, Walton resided in Portland, Oregon, where he has lived since the 1990s.
- 1977: The Sitter (Short film)
- 1979: When a Stranger Calls
- 1985: Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV series; episode: "An Unlocked Window")
- 1986: April Fool's Day
- 1986: Miami Vice (TV series; episode: "Streetwise")
- 1987: The Rosary Murders
- 1987: Hadley's Rebellion
- 1988: I Saw What You Did (TV film)
- 1989: Trapped (TV film)
- 1990: Murder in Paradise (TV film)
- 1992: The Price She Paid (TV film)
- 1992: Homewrecker (TV film)
- 1993: When a Stranger Calls Back (TV film)
- 1994: Dead Air (TV film)
- 1995: The Courtyard (TV film)
- 1996: The Stepford Husbands (TV film)
- "Young Director Given $1.7 Million 'Debut'". Victoria Advocate. Victoria, Texas. December 12, 1978. p. 29 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Fred Walton". The New York Times.
- Gordon, Lukas (April 20, 2016). "The Horror of Being a Hollywood Film Director". The Pigeon Press. Portland, Oregon. Archived from the original on June 23, 2016.
|This article about a United States film director is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|