Young actor Justin Walker had excellent training in the dramatic arts, studying at Virginia's prestigious Washington & Lee University under the tutelage of Joseph Martinez. The actor first made his national debut in the classic 1995 teen movie "Clueless," an update of Jane Austen's novel Emma. As Christian Stovitz, Walker perfectly captured the uncertainty and angst of a teenage boy struggling with his sexuality, and it won him legions of fans. His next project was a little less high-profile--a cheesy TV movie called "Humanoids From The Deep"--but Walker worked consistently throughout the decade, with guest appearances on Pamela Anderson's syndicated show "V.I.P." and roles in several short films. He also gained recognition for appearing in a cult classic commercial for Pizza Hut's ill-fated "The Edge" pizza. In 1999 he was tapped to be one of the hosts of "The X Show," a talk program on then-new cable channel FX catering to young men. Speculation about a "Clueless" reunion or sequel seems to come up every few years, but Walker has neither confirmed nor denied his participation. In recent years, Justin Walker has moved into the restaurant business, purchasing the successful Teddy Teadle's Grill in Rancho Mirage, California.