James Walker (writer)

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James Walker (1973 – 20 January 2015) was an Australian journalist and television writer, editor, and researcher. He was best known for his work television series McLeod's Daughters, Home and Away, Wonderland, Sam Fox, and Neighbours.

Walker was born in Perth, Western Australia. He graduated from the Australian Film, Television and Radio School in Sydney, New South Wales. He was married and had two sons.

Walker died after falling into a diabetic coma on 20 January 2015, aged 41. His funeral took place on 24 January.[1]

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  1. Walker, Sarah (22 January 2015). "Vale James Walker". Inside Film. Retrieved 24 January 2015.

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