Steve Walter was born in Seattle, Washington in 1975. His family moved to Vancouver, BC when he was very young, and then to Glendale, CA in 1981. The Walter family then moved to Woodland in the early months of 1985, temporarly living in the Gibson Road Farm House while the family was awaiting the purchase of there house on Santa Paula Way in Davis to go through. During that time he was enrolled in Pioneer Elementary School and his family soon moved into their Davis Home. He is the current record holder for the longest home run ever hit in Santa Paula Park wiffle ball stadium. In that famous at-bat, Steve hit a curve ball off of right-handed pitcher Tim Walter that traveled over the Leigh's garage and into their back yard, never to be seen again.
He is currently working on his second novel, "True South Davis Tales", based loosely on the exploits described in True South Davis Tales.
Steve lives in Carlsbad, CA with his wife Sarah Walter and their son Nolan Walter.
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2006-10-17 10:40:18 Nice! I remember that home run! Check out Ian's page...he mentions "Oops! The Movie". Do you remember when we filmed that? —AdamFlowers