Rendered vividly and with full dimension, Hilary Walker as Miss Forsythe, Happy’s restaurant pick-up, Walker walks in as a real woman with her own needs, her own motivation, her own dignity and aloneness.
— Anthony Chase, ARTVOICE

Don't let the doe eyes fool you.

Classically trained, Hilary has played roles from Shakespeare to Williams, working the last few years regionally and abroad in the theatre, and now resides in New York City pursuing her craft in film and television. She received a BFA from SUNY University at Buffalo, and attended the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).  On camera, she's held a recurring role on the web series Failed First Dates,  as well as acted in various Netflix and Amazon thrillers (Child Eater, Mercy, Emelie). She’s most recently been seen portraying a conflicted police officer along side Emmy-nominated actress, Allison Tolman (Fargo, Downward Dog) in the 10 minute film Believe Her, which just won Best Global Short Narrative at SCAD Savannah Film Festival in October 2018. It will next debut in The LA New Filmmakers Festival later this month before hitting the Sunscreen Festival in Florida later in April . This short is built from true survivor experiences and seeks to give a voice to the countless sexual assault victims who suffer in silence.

“Walker, the ‘playful and notorious vamp’ is especially juicy in her role as Myra Ayrundel, showing incredible control of an affected personality.”
— Ben Siegel, BUFFALO NEWS