The ethereal essence of Rick Walker has audibly pervaded Robert LAMAR's productions from the outset. His old-school, rich, deep, sultry voice welcomes all prior to the commencement of every show. In fact, the first thing Robert LAMAR hears before walking through the curtains onto the stage is Rick's vocalizations. He is an entity that belies the age-old parental admonition of, "It's better to be seen than heard." In this case, until now, Rick was always heard but never seen.
Born, raised, and married in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Rick started off working part-time in his family's well-established business, Walker's Printing, before later becoming shareholder, then owner/operator. During this time, Rick earned a Business Administration degree and, as if that wasn't enough, The Voice also received a Broadcast Diploma where he ventured into the broadcasting industry for a stint. During this period he recorded various commercials and public service announcements. Now retired—and when he isn't lending his talents to Robert LAMAR's productions—Rick, on occasion, will perform voice-over work.