Throughout his impressive career, Giles Walker served as a director on a variety of great films. Various films make up Walker's early directing career, including "The Masculine Mystique" (1984), "90 Days" (1986) with Stefan Wodoslawsky and the Salverio "Sam" Grana comedy sequel "The Last Straw" (1987). He continued to work in film in the eighties and the nineties, directing motion pictures like the drama "Princes in Exile" (1991) with Zachary Ansley and the drama "Ordinary Magic" (1993) with Glenne Headly. Walker also directed for the television show "Sirens" (1992-95). Walker most recently directed "The Tales From the Neverending Story" (Hallmark Channel, 2001-02).