Sinqua Walls Biography
Birthday: April 6, 1985 (Aries)
Born In: Louisiana, United States
Sinqua Walls is an American actor, best known for his performance as 'Daniel' in 'The Secret Life of the American Teenager.' He aspired to become an actor since childhood. However, he has been a sportsperson, too, and has played college basketball for the 'Cal Poly Pomona' and the 'University of San Francisco.' Walls made his TV and film debut at the same time, though came to be more prominent on TV. Apart from 'Daniel,' some of the other popular characters played by him are 'Jamarcus Hall' in 'Friday Night Lights,' 'Pierce' in 'Pair of Kings,' ‘Sir Lancelot’ in 'Once Upon a Time,' 'Terrance "Lil Ray" Baltimore' in 'The Breaks,’ and ‘Don Cornelius’ in 'American Soul.' He has also made a few guest appearances on TV. Walls also bagged several independent film festival awards for his performance in the dramatic short 'The Second Half.' Walls is also a published poet and a philanthropist who works for homeless people in the U.S.