Zombie Jackie Weaver marks the arrival of The Walking Dead on Disney+.
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Internet sensation Jackie Weaver, who famously shut down bickering members of Handforth Parish Council, has launched a frightful service for Brits battling video call fatigue.
Workers weary of video conference calls with colleagues can now hire one of the undead as a scary stand-in for online meetings.
The new service has been launched to mark the arrival of all 10 seasons of hit TV show The Walking Dead on Star on Disney+ from July 2nd.
Now stand-in clerk Jackie – blasted for having no authority by furious councillors in a clip since watched by millions – has joined the ranks of the walking dead. Jackie, hailed for her calm amid the chaos of the bad-tempered Cheshire council web meeting last February, was given a grisly makeover.
The viral star unveiled her horrifying new look as part of a promo campaign for a new service.
Fans of The Walking Dead can now apply for the chance to have the living dead sub in for anyone who is feeling dead tired of pesky conference calls.
Successful applicants will have the opportunity to book a gurgling, frightful member of the undead to sit in on a minute video call in their place.
The new service by Star on Disney+ follows new research that reveals 84% of British workers admit to feeling dead tired and fatigued of video conference calls.
A poll of 2, British workers found that the typical worker now has 5 video conference calls per day with Brits spending an average of 10 hours on video calls a week. Nearly a quarter (24%) admit to having more than eight video calls each day, equating to over 40 in the working week.
Of those surveyed 84% said sitting on video calls drains the life out of them. The research reveals it’s not just the sheer volume of video calls leaving workers feeling dead after being frazzled by fatigue; flaky colleagues failing to join calls on time typically results in 19 minutes being wasted in a day.
As well as all that dead time, other exhausting frustrations wearing workers down include meetings that are totally unnecessary, cited by 60%. Poor internet connections are trying the patience of 62% and clueless colleagues on mute 52%. Background noise (58%), screen freezing (58%) and people interrupting each other (58%) something Jackie knows all too well about are other reasons as to why Brits are losing the will to live with video call/conferencing.
Jackie shot to fame for fending off the catcalls from childish councillors that also famously included: “Read the standing orders. Read them and understand them”.
Jackie has now jumped back on her laptop to reveal a new terrifying side that could come in handy for keeping unruly councillors in check.
In a tongue-in-cheek video, Jackie explains the new service whilst transforming into the living dead. She is rudely interrupted by two other frightful characters who have clearly had a few too many video calls in the last 18 months, before exclaiming: Will you let me finish please, contrary to what youve heard I DO have authority here!
A team of make-up artists spent 3 hours transforming year-old Jackie using state-of-the-art prosthetics.
Jackie Weaver said: “It has been over a year of video conferencing, needless meetings about meetings, people talking over each other and sitting in front of a screen. As a keen zombie enthusiast, I definitely could have used it for one particular Handforth Parish Council Meeting. I love my new look.”
To be in with a chance of having a member of the undead drop into your video conference calls all you need to do is email [emailprotected] and explain why in under words.
Series of The Walking Dead is available to stream on Star on Disney+ from today July 2, , ahead of the highly anticipated Season 11 launch on 23 August,
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Walking Dead alum Merritt Wever cast in new indie film
Merritt Wever, who played Denise in season six of The Walking Dead. She was a resident of Alexandria who took over as the doctor for the community when Pete was killed. Since she departed from the series, she has been a busy gal. Deadline is reporting that she has now signed on to the indie project Midday Black Midnight Blue.
Wever will join the previously announced cast of Will Pullen, Samantha Soule, Dale Soules, Shane McRae, Chris Stack and McCaleb Burnett. This will be a feature debut for Soule and Daniel Talbott, where they serve as writers and directors.
The setting of the film is Puget Sound, where Ian (Stack) lives in isolation. He spends his days grieving over a woman he loved dearly, Liv (Soule), who died many years prior. Beth (Wever) is Livs sister and sees how far Ian has fallen by his overwhelming grief as she struggles with her own ghosts. As Ian struggles with his emotions, he knows he must let go before his life grows even darker, even if it kills him.
Merritt Wevers other roles
While researching this article, I was shocked to be reminded that Wever was only on The Walking Dead for 9 episodes. I felt like her character was around for quite some time and that her character had a larger impact in that short period of time.
Before coming to The Walking Dead, you may remember seeing Wever in many other roles. She has been acting since she was Some of the movies and show you may remember her from Signs, Law & Order, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, Into the Wild and New Girl.
She won an Emmy for her role as Zoey Barkow on the tv series Nurse Jackie. This character is a favorite of mine. Zoeys enthusiasm and comedic timing is a great balm to Jackies (Edie Falco) negative and gruff persona.
In the tv mini-series Godless, Wever plays Mary Agnes McNue, a leader in the female-dominated town. A role for which she also won an Emmy.
In addition to Midday Black Midnight Blue, she will star in an upcoming series called Roar. This series is an anthology series featuring darkly comic feminist fables.
It will be great to see Merrit Wever in these new roles.
'Dead tired': Jackie teams up with TV show to help video-drained workers
The stand-in parish clerk, from Shropshire, who famously shut down bickering members of Handforth Parish Council, has launched a frightful service for those battling video call fatigue.
The new service has been launched to mark the arrival of all 10 seasons of hit TV show The Walking Dead on Star on the Disney+ channel.
Jackie unveiled the look as part of a publicity campaign for a new service for weary workers who have been taking part in video conference calls.
Fans of The Walking Dead can now apply for a chance to have the living dead stand in for anyone who is feeling dead tired of conference calls. Successful applicants will have the opportunity to book an undead character to sit in on a minute video call in their place.
A team of make-up artists spent three hours transforming year-old Jackie using state-of-the-art prosthetics.
Jackie said: “It has been over a year of video conferencing, needless meetings about meetings, people talking over each other and sitting in front of a screen.
"As a keen zombie enthusiast, I definitely could have used it for one particular Handforth Parish Council Meeting. I love my new look.”
In the tongue-in-cheek film she is rudely interrupted by two other frightful characters who had a few too many video calls.
The new service by Star on Disney+ follows new research that reveals 84 per cent of workers admit to feeling "dead tired" and fatigued.
A poll of 2, people found that the typical worker now has five video conference calls per day, with Brits spending an average of 10 hours on video calls a week.
Nearly a quarter admitted to having more than eight video calls each day, equating to over 40 in the working week leaving them feeling drained.
Other frustrations included colleagues joining meetings late, unnecessary meetings, poor internet connections, colleagues on mute, background noise, screen freezing and people interrupting each other.
To be in with a chance of having a member of the undead drop into your video conference calls all you need to do is email via [email protected] and explain why in under words.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond Cast: Where You've Seen The Actors Before
With The Walking Dead becoming as big as it has over its run, it was only a matter of time before it was given multiple spinoffs. Fear The Walking Dead came first, but now, as of the last year, The Walking Dead: World Beyond became the newest addition to The Walking Dead world, with Season 2 premiering on AMC on Sunday, October 3.
But with a decently large ensemble cast in this show, where might you have seen these actors before now? If you’re wondering why they might look so familiar, check out where you might have seen The Walking Dead: World Beyond cast before.
Aliyah Royale (Iris Bennett)
First off, we have Iris, an aspiring scientist and a high school student, played by the wonderful Aliyah Royale. While she’s young and hasn’t done as much in the industry as some of her co-stars, you still might have seen her before in the TV series, The Red Line, playing Jira Calder-Brenn.
Royale has also guest starred on several TV shows, like Major Crimes, Mann and Wife, and appeared in a couple of TV movies. However, hopefully now after her main role in The Walking Dead: World Beyond, we will get to see her in way more projects in the future.
Alexa Mansour (Hope Bennett)
Moving on, Hope Bennett, Iris’ adoptive sister, is played by Alexa Mansour, who’s popped up in a couple of shows and movies prior to her role on The Walking Dead: World Beyond. Monsour had guest starred on several television shows, such as the medical drama, The Resident, Seal Team, and more. She also had a main role as Emma in Home Before Dark.
Her biggest credit in the film industry was playing Erica Dunne in the horror film, Unfriended: Dark Web. With how good she is in this horror TV show, I wouldn’t mind seeing her in more scary movies.
Hal Cumpston (Silas Plaskett)
Next, we have Silas Plaskett, a teenager who was transferred to the Campus Colony after he committed a pretty bad offense. As for actor Hal Cumpston, The Walking Dead: World Beyond is Silas’ first main role in a TV series. While he was in the film Bilched (which he also wrote)and played Zack Marconi in the miniseries, Nine Perfect Strangers, the AMC series is where Cumpston has really shined, and hopefully soon we’ll get to see more of him.
Nicolas Cantu (Elton Ortiz)
Elton Ortiz is the brains of all of these younger teenagers, looking at the world in a more analytical way than a survivalist way, and he is played by Nicolas Cantu. Before his role on The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Cantu has been pretty active in Hollywood, particularly with voice-acting.
He’s had roles in several animated TV shows, such as Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, Future-Worm!, the Disney TV show, Sofia the First, the reboot of The Powerpuff Girls, and more. However, one of his biggest voice roles was playing Gumball on The Amazing World of Gumball, a role he would voice from beginning to end.
Cantu has also had live-action appearances on TV shows as well, including series like The Good Place, Raven’s Home, The Rookie, Lone Star, and others. With how great he is as Ortiz in The Walking Dead: World Beyond, I’m sure that he’ll be a star long after the show comes to an end.
Nico Tortorella (Felix Carlucci)
Felix Carlucci, played by Nico Tortorella, is the head of security at Campus Colony, and had a surprisingly heartfelt backstory. Tortorella has been active in the industry for some time, and has appeared in a couple of films and TV shows.
In terms of movies, they made an appearance in the Scream franchise in Scream 4, as well as Fluidity, and Trespass. On television, Tortorella had main roles in shows like The Beautiful Life: TBL, Make It or Break It, The Following, and the Hilary Duff-led series, Younger. With The Walking Dead: World Beyond giving him a major role, I can’t wait to see what Nico Tortorella does next.
Annet Mahendru (Jennifer “Huck” Mallick)
In every community, there’s always security officers, and Jennifer is one of them in The Walking Dead: World Beyond. Annet Mahendru plays her in the show, and has been active in the film/TV world for some time. She has starred in a number of short films, and also had roles in films like Bridge and Tunnel and Penguins of Madagascar.
Her biggest role in TV besides The Walking Dead: World Beyond is playing the part of Nina Sergeevna Krilova in the FX dramaThe Americans. She also had appearances in The Following, Tyrant and Neo Yokio. And she guest starred on shows like The Romanoffs, Lethal Weapon, the Shonda Rhimes show, Grey’s Anatomy,The Blacklist, among others.
Julia Ormond (Elizabeth Kublek)
Next up, we have Julia Ormond, who plays Elizabeth Kublek and is a lieutenant colonel of the CRM, otherwise known as the Civic Republic Military.
Ormond has been active in both TV and film for some time prior to her role on The Walking Dead: World Beyond. Some of her biggest films have been the biographical feature, My Week with Marilyn, Legends of the Fall, First Knight, Sabrina, The Barber of Siberia, Ladies in Black, Reunion and more.
When it comes to television, Ormond won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie in the HBO film, Temple Grandin. She’s also appeared in a variety of television shows, including but not limited to CSI: NY, the Showtime series, Nurse Jackie, the fantasy series, Witches of East End, Incorporated, Forever, and the miniseries, Gold Digger.
Joe Holt (Leopold “Leo” Bennett)
Next is Joe Holt, who plays Leo in The Walking Dead: World Beyond. Leo is the adoptive fathers of Iris and Hope, and is also a scientist, just like his daughter wants to be. Joe Holt, prior to playing Leo on The Walking Dead: World Beyond, has been super active in the TV world, appearing on several shows.
Holt has had several roles in shows like Prison Break, As The World Turns, Law and Order, Vicariously, Three Rivers, Franklin and Bash, Scandal, Delilah, andmore, playing recurring or main roles on each. Joe Holt has also guest-starred on several hit shows, such as The Good Place, the Grey’s Anatomy spinoff, Station 19, and many others. While he hasn’t been as active in film, there’s no denying that TV has been his home for a long time, and you have most likely seen him pop up once or twice before.
Natalie Gold (Lyla Belshaw)
Next, we have Lyla Belshaw, a scientist for the CRM, and one of Leo’s colleagues, played by the wonderful Natalie Gold. The actress has appeared in several films and television series’ that you might recognize her from. This includes the romantic comedy, Love & Other Drugs, the Will Smith-led drama film, Collateral Beauty, the Netflix film, The Land of Steady Habits and more.
In television, Gold had a standout role in conspiracy thriller show, Rubicon, but has also appeared in several other series as well. This includes a main part in Alpha House, a recurring role on Guiding Light, a recurring role on the hit HBO show, Succession, and many others. She’s also guest-starred on TV series’ like New Amsterdam, the Amazon original series, Sneaky Pete, and more.
Jelani Alladin (Will Campbell)
Will Campbell, a former security officer at the Campus Colony, is played by Jelani Alladin in The Walking Dead: World Beyond. Alladin has mainly stuck to television during his time in the industry, appearing in some TV shows.
This includes The Weirdos Next Door, FBI, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and others. Hopefully after his role on The Walking Dead: World Beyond, we might get to see him pop up on our televisions a little more - and maybe even film screens - soon enough.
Ted Sutherland (Percy)
Last but not least, we have Percy, Tony’s nephew in The Walking Dead: World Beyond who is abandoned by his parents. Ted Sutherland portrays the teen character in the show, and has been active in both TV and film.
With TV, Sutherland had a main role in the TV series, Rise, as well as appearing as Elliot Patterson in Doom Patrol. He’s also had a couple of bigger guest appearances on shows like Madam Secretary, FBI, Instinct and more.
Ted Sutherland doesn't have quite as many movie credits as he does TV, but his couple of credits are big ones - he played young Nick Goode in the Netflix hit horror series, Fear Street, in both Fear Street: Part Two - and Fear Street: Part Three - , so if you’ve had the chance to watch the recent Netflix movies, you've seen him before. I hope that after his part in The Walking Dead: World Beyond we might get to see him a little more in the future.
The Walking Dead: World Beyond sure does have a great cast full of talent, so it’s not a surprise you’ve most likely seen them somewhere else before. But let’s talk about what really matters - how great are they at killing walkers?
Big nerd and lover of Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire. Will forever hate season eight. Superhero and horror geek. And please don't debate me on The Last of Us 2, it was amazing!
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Jeryl Prescott Sales (born March 25, ) is an American actress, best known for her role as Jacqui in the AMC series The Walking Dead. In , she had series regular role of Madame Xanadu in the short-lived DC Universe series Swamp Thing.
Life and career
Prescott was born in Washington, D.C., then adopted and raised in Hartsville, South Carolina. She is best known for her role as Jacqui in Season 1 of the television seriesThe Walking Dead, which premiered on AMC in  Prescott, a resident of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, divides her time between that city and Los Angeles. Prescott was originally cast for just two episodes of the premiere season of The Walking Dead. However, her character, Jacqui, was then written into the series cast of the season as well. Prescott reprises her role as Jacqui in the Season 3 episode "Hounded", as one of the voices that speaks to Rick on the phone.
Later, Prescott recurred as Cherry in Ray Donovan on Showtime. Prescott also appeared as a Judge Delilah Nunes in the Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, which debuted on CBS in  Additionally, Prescott appeared as Felicite in the film, Bolden! (). She has also cast in a film, produced by Harry Lennix, based on William Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 1. On television, she also guest-starred on Brothers & Sisters, Southland, Parks and Recreation and Revolution. She also has appeared in films The Birth of a Nation () and High Flying Bird ().
Prescott had a recurring role during the second season of Ray Donovan in , and the following year on the adaptation of the comic book series Powers. She guest starred on NCIS: Los Angeles, Scandal, and Shameless. In , she was cast in her first series regular role, on the DC Universe series Swamp Thing playing the role of Madame Xanadu. The series was canceled after one season.
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