Does sleep deprivation cause sleep walking?

Yes. People prone to sleep walking are more likely to do so when they are recovering (ie getting good sleep) after sleep deprivation.
Possibly. Look at my health guide under sleep walking. There are several questions and answers about sleep walking. To answer your question directly, sleep deprivation can cause several things, notably psychosis, severe confusion and obviously utter exhaustion. There is where your question enters. If totally exhausted and you go to sleep there is a chance you could do some sleep walking. Not common but can.

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What is sleep walking caused by?

Somnambulism. Sleep walking is "somnambulism" and is generally poorly understood...It is generally considered a "parasomnia"....A conditon of altered sleep. It is generally benign, but can pose safety issues for the sufferer...It would be wise to see your family doc for advice and possible referral to a sleep disorder clinic for evaluation and treatment. Read more...
Parasomnia. The medical term for sleepwalking is 'somnambulism'. It is one of many 'parasomnias'...Unusual or undesirable events that occur while asleep. It requires consultation with a professional trained in 'sleep medicine'. Using an oral appliance or a CPAP device may remove this behavior. Read more...

Can alcohol cause sleep walking?

Sleep Walking. There are many things that can trigger sleep walking and excess alcohol is one of the possible triggers. Read more...
Yes. In susceptible people, any short-acting sedative-hypnotic drug can cause sleepwalking. The more rapidly absorbed the drug, the greater the chance for things like sleep-walking, talking, eating, driving or even having sex while asleep. The newer "z" drug sleeping pills - ambien, sonata, (zaleplon) lunesta, commonly cause this, and alcohol will make it much worse. Read more...