|Rose Queen Cheryl Walker and the 1938 Rose Court|
Walker's first starring role was in "Secrets of a Model" later that year although she used the name Sharon Lee. From then until her retirement as an actress in 1948, Walker mainly appeared as a minor character in the films she worked on. The notable exception of her star turn "Stage Door Canteen" in 1943.
In the 1950s, Walker became involved in Southern California political activities traveling across the region giving speeches to civic and church groups on "the menace of communism". She founded Tuesday Morning Study Club that presented annual patriotism awards to anti-communist activists.
Walker died in 1971 of cancer in Pasadena.