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Andrew Lincoln

Actor | The Walking Dead

Andrew Lincoln is a British actor. Lincoln spent his early childhood in Hull, Yorkshire before his family relocated to Bath, Somerset when he was age He was educated at Beechen Cliff School in Bath, and then the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. His father is a civil engineer

Portrays: Rick Grimes Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Clear", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "Prey", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (15/16 episodes)

Sarah Wayne Callies

Actress | Prison Break

Actress, writer, director, Sarah Wayne Callies is best known for starring in multiple hit television series. Most recently, she starred in the NBC drama series, "Council Of Dads", the first season of which is currently available on NBC's website, Peacock, and Hulu. Prior to "Council Of Dads", Sarah

Portrays: Lori Grimes Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Hounded", "The Suicide King", "Home", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (8/16 episodes)

Laurie Holden

Actress | The Boys

Laurie Holden is best known to audiences as Andrea in the hit AMC drama series The Walking Dead. However, Laurie's big acting break came much earlier in her career, starring with Vanessa Redgrave in the critically acclaimed TNT mini-series Young Catherine. Since that auspicious beginning, she has

Portrays: Andrea Harrison Appeared in: "Seed", "Walk With Me", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "Prey", "Welcome to the Tombs" (13/16 episodes)

Norman Reedus

Actor | The Walking Dead

Norman Reedus was born in Hollywood, Florida, to Marianne and Norman Reedus. He is of Italian (from his paternal grandmother), English, Scottish, and Irish descent.

Norman's first film was in 'Guillermo Del Toro''s horror thriller Mimic (), where he played the character Jeremy. He has also

Portrays: Daryl Dixon Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (13/16 episodes)

Steven Yeun

Actor | Minari

Steven Yeun was born in Seoul, South Korea, to June and Je Yeun. His family first immigrated to Canada and stayed there for one year, and then moved to the U.S. He has a brother named Brian. He began acting while at Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, MI, where he studied Psychology as a major (BS in

Portrays: Glenn Rhee Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (13/16 episodes)

Lauren Cohan

Actress | The Boy

Lauren Cohan is a British-American actress and model, best known for her role as Maggie Greene on The Walking Dead () and recurring roles on The Vampire Diaries (), Supernatural (), and Chuck (). After her film debut on Casanova () as Sister Beatrice, she starred in the sequel

Portrays: Maggie Greene Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (13/16 episodes)

Chandler Riggs

Actor | The Walking Dead

Chandler Riggs was born on June 27, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He is an actor, known for The Walking Dead (), Get Low () and Mercy ().

Portrays: Carl Grimes Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Clear", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (14/16 episodes)

Danai Gurira

Actress | Black Panther

Danai Gurira was born in Grinnell, Iowa, to Josephine and Roger Gurira, who were from Zimbabwe. Her father was then teaching Chemistry at Grinnell College. When she was five, the family moved back to Zimbabwe, residing in the capital Harare. Gurira later returned to the United States, and studied

Portrays: Michonne Appeared in: "Seed", "Walk With Me", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Clear", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "Prey", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (15/16 episodes)

Michael Rooker

Actor | Guardians of the Galaxy

Michael Rooker was born on April 6, in Jasper, Alabama. When he was thirteen, his parents divorced and he went with his mother to live in Chicago. He caught the acting bug while attending college, and began appearing in local stage productions. On first breaking into film, his intensity and "

Portrays: Merle Dixon Appeared in: "Walk With Me", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "This Sorrowful Life" (11/16 episodes)

David Morrissey

Actor | The Walking Dead

David Morrissey started acting at Everyman's Youth Theatre in Liverpool, where he was born and raised. He made an auspicious debut in One Summer (), a series about two Liverpool runaways. Following a degree at RADA, he worked with the theatre company Cheek By Jowl. He has also worked at theatre

Portrays: Philip "The Governor" Blake Appeared in: "Walk With Me", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "Prey", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (13/16 episodes)

Melissa McBride

Actress | The Walking Dead

Melissa Suzanne McBride (born May 23, ) is an American actress and former casting director, best known for her role as Carol Peletier on the AMC series The Walking Dead. McBride has garnered critical acclaim and received multiple awards and nominations for her role on the show.

McBride was born

Portrays: Carol Peletier Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (12/16 episodes)

Scott Wilson

Actor | The Ninth Configuration

One chillingly infamous screen role for Scott Wilson in set the tone for an actor who went on to prove himself an invaluable character player for five decades. Born on March 29, , the Atlanta native was awarded a basketball scholarship following high school at Georgia's Southern Tech

Portrays: Hershel Greene Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (13/16 episodes)

Irone Singleton

Actor | The Blind Side

IronE Singleton is best known to audiences as the menacing kingpin Alton in the Academy® Oscar Award-nominated film The Blind Side; the biggest box office grossing sports movie of all time. He is also known as the compassionate tough guy, T-Dog, in the Emmy, AFI & WGA Award winning, Golden Globe

Portrays: Theodore "T-Dog" Douglas Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within" (3/16 episodes)

Emily Kinney

Actress | The Walking Dead

Emily Kinney is an American actress. She is best-known for her role as "Beth Greene" in the AMC television series, The Walking Dead (). Kinney was born in Wayne, Nebraska. She graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University in Kinney has had reoccurring roles and guest appearances on

Portrays: Beth Greene Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (13/16 episodes)

Lew Temple

Actor | The Devil's Rejects

Lew Temple was born October 2, and is an American film actor, perhaps best known for his roles as Axel on "The Walking Dead," the character of Ned Oldham in the action adventure thriller, "Unstoppable" which also starred Denzel Washington, Chris Pine and Rosario Dawson; directed by Tony Scott,

Portrays: Axel Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home" (8/16 episodes)

Vincent M. Ward

Actor | The Walking Dead

Vincent M. Ward is known for his work on The Walking Dead (), Death House () and True Blood ().

Portrays: Oscar Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Hounded", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer" (7/16 episodes)

Markice Moore

Actor | ATL

Markice "Kesan" Moore was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey; Kesan landed his first acting role "Austin" in the hit feature film "ATL" Directed by Chris Robinson. His strong musical ability was recognized during an appearance on BET's " & Park"; when he was asked by Ginuwine to rap on his hit

Portrays: Andrew Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick", "Killer Within" (3/16 episodes)

Theodus Crane

Actor | Underground

Theodus Crane has a big presence and an even bigger personality. Taking a more nontraditional route to acting, Theodus was certain that he was either going to be an illustrator or run away to join the circus by his 18th birthday. Fortunately, he chose art school. Though visual art didn't work out,

Portrays: Big Tiny Appeared in: "Seed", "Sick" (2/16 episodes)

Dallas Roberts

Actor | to Yuma

A native of Houston, Texas, Roberts, who attended Juilliard, has lived in New York City for 14 years. He was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his role in the Off-Broadway play, "Nocturne," by Adam Rapp. He is married to Christine Jones, who is the Set Designer for Spring Awakening and a

Portrays: Milton Mamet Appeared in: "Walk With Me", "Say the Word", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "Prey", "Welcome to the Tombs" (10/16 episodes)

Jose Pablo Cantillo

Actor | Crank

Jose Pablo Cantillo was born on March 30, in Marshfield, Wisconsin, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for Crank (), Disturbia () and Crank: High Voltage ().

Portrays: Caesar Martinez Appeared in: "Walk With Me", "Say the Word", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Arrow on the Doorpost", "Prey", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (11/16 episodes)

Donzaleigh Abernathy

Actress | Any Day Now

Donzaleigh Abernathy won the Tanne Foundation Artist Award for her work as an actress and for her script, "Birmingham Sunday." She starred for four years in over 60 Episodes as a Series Regular on Lifetime Television's critically acclaimed dramatic series, "Any Day Now." She received

Portrays: Dr. Stevens Appeared in: "Walk With Me", "Made to Suffer" (2/16 episodes)

Lawrence Kao

Actor | Wu Assassins

Son of an accountant and a mailman, he was born in Hacienda Heights, California, groomed to become a doctor, a pediatrician according to his parents. However, forced to play musical instruments as a kid by his mother, Lawrence grew fond of the arts and a curiosity for the imagination. While

Portrays: Tim Appeared in: "Walk With Me", "Say the Word", "Hounded" (3/16 episodes)

Gary Weeks

Actor | Outer Banks

American Actor/Writer.

Gary was born on a U.S. Air Force base in Weisbaden, Germany, moved back to the U.S. a year later, and was raised in the small rural town of Morris, GA. He began drawing and writing stories at young age, then graduated to making short films when he got his first VHS camera in

Portrays: Brady Appeared in: "Walk With Me" (1/16 episodes)

Mike Mayhall

Actor | A House Divided

Mike Mayhall describes himself as a story teller. Be it as an actor, a playwright, a producer or a director, his passion to create and develop new works and ideas seems endless. Originally from New Orleans, Mike developed a love for the stage and screen at an early age and has pursued his goals and

Portrays: Franklin Appeared in: "Walk With Me" (1/16 episodes)

Dwayne Boyd

Actor | The Hunger Games

Dwayne Boyd is a Producer, Director and Actor as well as instructor at Premier Actors' Network (PAN) - which he founded in As an actor Dwayne Boyd believes in delivering his true self in every performance. His ability to engage and affect his audiences through acting proves the potential of

Portrays: National Guardsman Appeared in: "Walk With Me" (1/16 episodes)

Alexa Nikolas

Actress | Red State

Alexa Nikolas is an American actress born on April 4, , in Chicago, Illinois, known for portraying as Nicole Bristow on the American comedy-drama television series, Zoey () aired on Nickelodeon Cable. She also appeared in the several popular television series including, That's Life (

Portrays: Haley Appeared in: "Hounded", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King" (3/16 episodes)

Dave Davis

Actor | The Walking Dead

Dave Davis is known for his work on "True Detective", "The Walking Dead", "The Big Short", "Logan", "Greyhound", and more. Davis began his career in Shakespeare, later deciding to focus on film. Davis was awarded the Best Actor award at the Nashville Film Festival, and again at the Louisville Int.

Portrays: Gargulio Appeared in: "Hounded" (1/16 episodes)

Emma Bell

Actress | The Walking Dead

Emma Jean Bell (born December 17, ) was born in Woodstown, New Jersey, grew up in Flemington and the Stanton section of Readington Township and attended Hunterdon Central Regional High School. She moved to New York City at the age of She attended Talent Unlimited High School Performing Arts

Portrays: Amy Harrison (Voice-Only) Appeared in: "Hounded" (1/16 episodes)

Jeryl Prescott

Actress | The Walking Dead

Known for Madame Xanadu in Swamp Thing (), Emera Umber in High Flying Bird (), Peg in Unpregnant (), and Jacqui in The Walking Dead (), Jeryl was born in Washington, DC and raised in Hartsville, South Carolina. She was educated at Clemson University (BS), North Carolina A & T

Portrays: Jacqui (Voice-Only) Appeared in: "Hounded" (1/16 episodes)

Chad L. Coleman

Actor | Left 4 Dead 2

Delivered a fantastic performance of a reformed street 'hitter' on the HBO show 'The Wire' from Series 3 to Series 5 with varied screen time. The character reflected the possibility of reformed criminals into positive characters of society; as with Coleman's character starting a boxing gym for the

Portrays: Tyreese Williams Appeared in: "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "I Ain't a Judas", "Prey", "Welcome to the Tombs" (5/16 episodes)

Sonequa Martin-Green

Actress | Star Trek: Discovery

Sonequa Martin-Green (born March 21, ) is an American actress and producer. She is best known for her television role as Sasha Williams on The Walking Dead, a role she played from to Before that, she had starred in several independent films before gaining her first recurring role as

Portrays: Sasha Williams Appeared in: "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "I Ain't a Judas", "Prey", "Welcome to the Tombs" (5/16 episodes)

Jon Bernthal

Actor | The Wolf of Wall Street

Jon Bernthal was born and raised in Washington D.C., the son of Joan (Marx) and Eric Bernthal, a lawyer. His grandfather was musician Murray Bernthal. Jon went to study at The Moscow Art Theatre School, in Moscow, Russia, where he also played professional baseball in the European professional

Portrays: Shane Walsh (Hallucination) Appeared in: "Made to Suffer" (1/16 episodes)

Daniel Thomas May

Actor | The Walking Dead

Daniel Thomas May is an actor, known for The Walking Dead (), I, Tonya () and Being Mary Jane (). He is married to Rachel May.

Portrays: Allen Appeared in: "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "I Ain't a Judas", "Prey", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (6/16 episodes)

Tyler Chase

Actor | Ozark

Tyler Chase is an actor, most recently known for their work in Netflix's critically acclaimed series "Ozark," as well as A24 and HBO's "Euphoria." Born in Waltham, Massachusetts and raised between Texas and North Carolina, Chase is recognized for his diverse and distinct character roles. He now

Portrays: Ben Appeared in: "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "I Ain't a Judas", "Prey", "This Sorrowful Life" (5/16 episodes)

Melissa Ponzio

Actress | Chicago Fire

Melissa Ponzio spent most of her childhood clowning it up at school and impersonating her beloved family. Then late one night, she saw Sigourney Weaver in Alien and knew right then and there what she wanted to beshe wanted to be an alien! But they said she couldn't really be an alien, so on to

Portrays: Karen Appeared in: "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Welcome to the Tombs" (4/16 episodes)

Travis Love

Travis Love, the youngest of five children is from Soperton, Georgia. An actor and filmmaker, he is best known for his portrayal of Shumpert (the Bowman) in one of the most popular cable series of all time, "The Walking Dead". His most recent work includes Black Panther (), The Have and the

Portrays: Shumpert Appeared in: "Walk With Me", "Say the Word", "When the Dead Come Knocking", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Prey", "This Sorrowful Life", "Welcome to the Tombs" (10/16 episodes)

E. Roger Mitchell

Actor | The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

E. Roger Mitchell is a Miami, Florida native. He received a B.A. in English and Drama from Claflin University, class of Roger was named in the Who's Who Among Americas Colleges and Universities in He then continued his education at the Alliance Theatre Professional Actor Internship and

Portrays: Paul Appeared in: "The Suicide King", "Welcome to the Tombs" (2/16 episodes)

Al Vicente

Actor | Bosch

Al Vicente was born on March 8, in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is an actor and director, known for Bosch (), Game of Silence () and The Walking Dead ().

Portrays: Mexican Man Appeared in: "Home" (1/16 episodes)

Karenlie Riddering

Actress | Are You Here

Karenlie Riddering was born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. She started acting in preschool, influenced by an aunt who was a drama teacher. She played many roles for theatre and became a radio announcer by the age of She studied Fine Arts and continued working in theatre until she moved to Atlanta in

Portrays: Mexican Woman Appeared in: "Home" (1/16 episodes)

Parker Wierling

Actor | Greyhound

Parker Wierling has been performing for audiences since he was 8. His passion began with school and community theater, but quickly moved to a desire for TV and film projects.

In , he made his TV debut on The Walking Dead () as Noah, aka "Asthma Boy". He followed that up with roles in The

Portrays: Noah Appeared in: "I Ain't a Judas" (1/16 episodes)

Lennie James

Actor | The Walking Dead

Lennie James was born in Nottingham to Trinidadian parents, and grew up in South London. His mother, Phyllis Mary James, died when he was Lennie and his older brother went into a council children's home. When he was 16 he was fostered with a social worker who had two older children, and they

Portrays: Morgan Jones Appeared in: "Clear" (1/16 episodes)

Russell Durham Comegys

Actor | The Punisher

Russell Comegys was raised in Vidalia, Georgia. Graduated from Vidalia Comprehensive High School and attended Brewton Parker College in Mount Vernon Georgia, a Baptist College, where he took his first acting class. Transferred to the University of Georgia where he changed majors his senior year

Portrays: Hitchhiker Appeared in: "Clear" (1/16 episodes)

Dango Nu Yen

Stunts | Mile 22

Dango started out of high school being a professional wrestler. He trained alongside childhood friend and future WWE hall of famer Rob Van Dam as well as Sabu. Giving up wrestling to raise a family Dango got back in the entertainment business earning background parts in several movies and

Portrays: Guard Appeared in: "Walk With Me", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", "Home", "I Ain't a Judas", "Prey", "This Sorrowful Life" (7/16 episodes)

Tanner Holland

Actor | The Walking Dead

Tanner Holland is an actor, known for The Walking Dead ().

Portrays: Jody Appeared in: "Welcome to the Tombs" (1/16 episodes)

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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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&#;The Walking Dead&#;: Full Cast Set for Third Show on AMC

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Following back-to-back panels for Fear the Walking Deadand the flagship series Friday at San Diego Comic-Comic, AMC added a little icing to the cake afterward and announced the full cast for the upcoming third spinoff series.

Announced in April, the straight-to-series episode drama will feature two young female protagonists and focus on the first generation to come of age in the apocalypse as viewers know it.

The full cast of series regulars: Aliyah Royale (playing a character named Iris) and Annet Mahendru (Huck) will join Alexa Mansour (Hope), Nicolas Cantu (Elton) and Hal Cumpston (Silas). Specific details about their roles are being kept under wraps. Jordan Vogt-Roberts (You’re the Worst, Kong: Skull Island) will direct.

Production on the series will begin next week in and around Richmond, Va., for a premiere on AMC. The Lord of the Flies-like series will feature a new corner of the world. Here&#;s AMC&#;s formal description: &#;Some will become heroes. Some will become villains. In the end, all of them will be changed forever. Grown-up and cemented in their identities, both good and bad.&#; The order arrives as the original series introduced (and, spoiler alert, killed off) several younger characters in season nine.

The untitled drama was co-created by Scott Gimple and longtime flagship writer Matt Negrete. The latter, who has been a writer and producer on The Walking Dead for the past five seasons, will serve as showrunner. Coincidentally, Negrete and Gimple collaborated on the season nine episode (&#;What Comes After&#;) that served as the last one for series star Andrew Lincoln, who will reprise his role as embattled former sheriff Rick Grimes in three TV movies for AMC. It&#;s unclear if the new spinoff will be connected to those movies. It&#;s unclear if any characters from either The Walking Dead or spinoff Fear the Walking Dead will have a role in the third series. Stars and fan favorites Norman Reedus (Daryl) and Melissa McBride (Carol) have &#;franchise deals&#; that allow them to move freely between all corners of the universe, for example.

Royale (The Red Line) is with Abrams Artists Agency, Dream Talent Management and Meyer & Downs. Mahendru (The Americans) is with Paradigm and Nelson Davis. Mansour (The Resident) is with Paradigm, Play Management and Zero Gravity. Cantu (The Amazing World of Gumball, Sofia the First) is with Osbrink and Monster Talent Management. Newcomer Cumpston is with Industry Entertainment.

A specific premiere date for the series has not yet been determined.

During the Fear the Walking Dead panel Friday, Gimple spoke publicly about the third series for the first time. &#;There&#;s a big secret about the Walking Dead universe. All these years we&#;ve just seen a tiny sliver of the Walking Dead world. There&#;s a whole lot of world out there. The big secret is that all along, there have been other civilizations that survived the apocalypse. We saw hints of that in season seven of The Walking Dead and again in &#;The End of Everything,&#; and now we&#;re about to show a lot more of the world in a bunch of different projects,&#; he said, describing how kids have grown up in a community that was relatively safe from the apocalypse. &#;These kids can grow up in a place of comfort and security, but they leave everything on a dangerous quest, and are being pursued by adults on their own. We&#;ll see kids become heroes and some become villains. We&#;re going to open up a whole new world of TWD.&#;

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The Walking Dead (season 3)

Season of television series

This article is about the third season of the television series. For the third season of The Walking Dead video game series, see The Walking Dead: A New Frontier.

Season of television series

The third season of The Walking Dead, an American post-apocalyptichorrortelevision series on AMC, premiered on October 14, , and concluded on March 31, , consisting of 16 episodes.[1][2] Developed for television by Frank Darabont, the series is based on the eponymous series of comic books by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard. It was executive produced by Kirkman, Glen Mazzara, David Alpert, and Gale Anne Hurd, with Mazzara as showrunner for his second and final season. The third season was very well received by critics. It was nominated for multiple awards and won two, including Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series, at the 39th Saturn Awards.[3]

This season adapts material from issues #13–39 of the comic book series and introduces notable comic characters, including Michonne (Danai Gurira), Axel (Lew Temple), The Governor (David Morrissey) and Tyreese Williams (Chad L. Coleman). It also marks the return of Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker), the volatile older brother of Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus), who went missing in the first season, and also features the return of Morgan Jones (Lennie James), the first survivor Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) encountered and befriended, who he lost contact with in season one. As in the comics, this season is mainly set in both an abandoned prison and an active rural town of survivors.

Set eight months after the killing of Shane Walsh and onslaught of the Greene Family Farm, with the world growing increasingly more dangerous and Lori's (Sarah Wayne Callies) pregnancy advancing, the season continues the story of Rick Grimes, who has assumed a dictatorial-like leadership over his group of survivors as they survive in a post-apocalyptic world infested with flesh-eating zombies, dubbed "walkers". After discovering a potential safe haven, the group takes refuge and inhabits a large fortified prison, but this security is threatened by a nearby community — Woodbury — led by a nefarious man known as The Governor, who takes an interest in Andrea (Laurie Holden) as she remains, after the burning of the farm, separated and unaware of the main group's status.

Production[edit]

AMC renewed The Walking Dead for a third season on October 25, after the season two premiere broke cable ratings records in the demographic.[4] On January 14, , AMC announced that the third season will contain 16 episodes.[2]

Filming for the season began in May in Coweta County, Georgia, with the city of Senoia being used as the filming location for the town of Woodbury.[5]Ernest Dickerson directed the season premiere episode.[6]Greg Nicotero, co-executive producer and special make-up FX artist on the series, directed the fifth episode of season 3 after already having directed the season 2 episode "Judge, Jury, Executioner". He also returned as a zombie in the episode "The Suicide King", after portraying two different zombies in the first season.[7] In November , Glen Mazzara announced that Ernest Dickerson would direct the season finale.[8]

After the conclusion of the third season, Mazzara stepped down from his position as showrunner and executive producer for the series, in a mutual agreement by both Mazzara and AMC. The press release read, "Both parties acknowledge that there is a difference of opinion about where the show should go moving forward, and conclude that it is best to part ways."[9]

Webisodes[edit]

Following the Torn Apart series in , another set of webisodes titled Cold Storage were produced and debuted on October 1, , prior to the premiere of Season 3.[10][11]

Talking Dead[edit]

Main article: Talking Dead

A second season had been commissioned in May [12] To coincide with a marathon of the show, a special episode was aired in July following the marathon's end, featuring a tour of the various props/sets used in the third season, as well as cast/crew interviews, and a snippet of exclusive footage featuring the newly introduced character Michonne.[13]

Cast[edit]

Main article: List of The Walking Dead (TV series) characters

The primary characters of the third season include (from left to right): Lori, Carl, Daryl, Carol, T-Dog, Beth, Hershel, Rick, Maggie, Glenn, The Governor, Michonne, and Andrea; absent: Merle

Main cast[edit]

The third season features ten actors receiving opening credits billing, with eight returning from the previous season and two new cast members introduced; six are listed as main cast members in the second season, while Lauren Cohan and Scott Wilson were promoted from recurring status and Michael Rooker was promoted from guest status from the previous two seasons,[14][15] while Danai Gurira and David Morrissey were added to the main cast as Michonne and The Governor, respectively.[16] However, Wilson and McBride are credited as "Also starring".[17]

Starring[edit]

  • Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, the series' protagonist and a former sheriff's deputy, who has established himself as the group's leader. Rick has become a more cold and calculating leader, willing to leave strangers to die and abandon group members if it means everyone else survives, and comes into conflict with The Governor. Rick has also become distant, resentful of Lori's ambivalence and anger towards him after telling her he'd killed Shane.
  • Sarah Wayne Callies as Lori Grimes, Rick's wife and Carl's mother, who is 9 months pregnant but is resented by Rick and Carl for her affair with Shane and the problems it led to. She is worried about the safety of her baby but her faith in keeping her baby alive prompts her to become a fearless mother.
  • Laurie Holden as Andrea, a former successful civil rights attorney, who was separated from the group at the end of the second season. She befriends Michonne and forms a relationship with The Governor.
  • Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon, an antihero-like Southern redneck, who's also the group's primary hunter. He has become Rick's right-hand man and closest ally since Shane's death.
  • Steven Yeun as Glenn Rhee, a former pizza delivery boy and Maggie's boyfriend. Glenn has found something in Maggie that he doesn't want to lose and has become very protective of her.
  • Lauren Cohan as Maggie Greene, Hershel's strong-willed and determined elder daughter and Glenn's girlfriend. Maggie has come to terms with the walker virus and has since become a good fighter and an integral member of the core group.
  • Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes, Rick and Lori's young son, who has also become more cold and brutal following his father's example, but is often frustrated when he is forbidden to contribute more often, as the elder members of the group seek to retain his innocence.
  • Danai Gurira as Michonne, the katana-wielding hooded figure, who saves Andrea in the season two finale. Michonne is a quiet and seemingly ruthless survivalist, who immediately dislikes The Governor. She forms a bond with Rick's son Carl and begins to shed her brutality for a healthier mindset.
  • Michael Rooker as Merle Dixon, an unruly Southern redneck and Daryl's older brother, who disappeared in the first season. Merle is the right hand of The Governor, but Daryl, being his brother, could change that.
  • David Morrissey as The Governor, leader of the town of Woodbury, father of Penny, and the primary antagonist of the season. The Governor is a ruthless, paranoid, and dangerous sociopath, who will murder anyone he sees as a threat to his community, and seeks to eliminate Rick's group when they move into the prison nearby.

Also starring[edit]

  • Melissa McBride as Carol Peletier, a former victim of domestic abuse, who is now the last surviving member of her family, having lost her daughter Sophia last season. Carol also has a close bond with Daryl, and dislikes his brother Merle for his influence over him but sees Daryl's potential in him too.
  • Scott Wilson as Hershel Greene, a religious farmer, trained veterinarian, and father of Maggie and Beth, as well as a father figure to Glenn. He serves as the group's primary moral compass and Rick's main adviser.

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Emily Kinney as Beth Greene, Hershel's soft-spoken younger daughter and Maggie's half-sister, who has accepted the world's new state, having previously tried to kill herself, and has become more skilled at killing walkers. She often tries to boost morale by singing.
  • IronE Singleton as Theodore "T-Dog" Douglas, a survivor of the original Atlanta group, who struggles to prove his worth to the group, but is a brave individual willing to risk his life for everyone else's sake.

Woodbury[edit]

  • Jose Pablo Cantillo as Caesar Martinez, one of The Governor's men. Martinez is a loyal, slightly egotistical, member of Governor's forces, but is reasonable and has honor, and is even disturbed by The Governor's actions but is willing to do what is needed to stay alive.
  • Dallas Roberts as Milton Mamet, a scientist and old friend of The Governor, who studies the walkers believing there can be a way to restore their humanity, but is reluctant to accept The Governor for the monster he is as he knew him before the outbreak.
  • Travis Love as Shumpert, a silent bow using member of the Woodbury army, who is very loyal to The Governor and a good friend of Martinez.
  • Melissa Ponzio as Karen, a former teacher and Woodbury citizen, who disagrees with The Governor's plan to raise an army from the Woodbury citizens, which includes the children.
  • Alexa Nikolas as Haley, a cocky and overly confident female Woodbury guard.
  • Donzaleigh Abernathy as Dr. Stevens, a doctor living in Woodbury.

The Prisoners[edit]

  • Nick Gomez as Tomas, a violent convict and the leader of a group of prisoners, who survived within the prison.
  • Lew Temple as Axel, a convict and survivor, found by the group in the prison, who tries to keep the peace but often speaks more than needed. He also forms a friendship with Carol.
  • Vincent Ward as Oscar, a survivor found in the prison and Axel's best friend, who is very honorable and brave, even in the face of death, and is willing to risk his life to help those in need.
  • Markice Moore as Andrew, the smallest and weakest of the prisoners which Rick's group encounters, who is also the most mischievous and cunning of them.
  • Theodus Crane as Big Tiny, the largest of Tomas' group of prisoners but is also the most kind, who has trouble killing walkers.

Tyreese's group[edit]

  • Chad L. Coleman as Tyreese Williams, a survivor leading a small group of people to safety, who finds the group in the prison, but is tossed out by a mentally unstable Rick against everyone else's advice. He eventually joins Woodbury, unaware of The Governor's true nature. Tyreese is a man of morals and principles willing to do what it takes the earn his place and to find a safe haven for his sister and friends, but is hesitant to hurt people even if needed.
  • Sonequa Martin-Green as Sasha Williams, Tyreese's sister, who is trying to find shelter with her brother and finds the group in the prison but is tossed out by a mentally unstable Rick, against everyone else's advice, and joins Woodbury unaware of The Governor's true nature. Unlike Tyreese, Sasha has a colder survival mindset which sometimes puts her into conflict with her brother, but she is still compassionate enough to avoid unnecessary bloodshed.
  • Daniel Thomas May as Allen, part of Tyreese's group, father of Ben, and husband of Donna, who is a survivalist willing to kill innocent people even if they show him compassion. He also has a feud with Tyreese as Donna became smitten with him after he saved her from walkers.
  • Tyler Chase as Ben, Allen's teenage son, who is willing to do what his father tells him regardless of how dark these actions are.

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Lennie James as Morgan Jones, the first person Rick encountered and befriended after awakening from his coma who, along with his son Duane, were believed dead. Though a kind and moral father, Morgan has suffered a psychological break after his son was killed by his undead wife after Morgan failed to shoot her earlier. Morgan now believes his life's purpose is to clear Rick's hometown of all walkers and people and unintentionally almost kills Rick.
  • Jon Bernthal as Shane Walsh, the second season's primary antagonist and Rick's former fellow sheriff's deputy and best friend, who had an affair with Lori and lost his sanity, due to his obsession with Lori. He was killed by Rick whilst trying to murder him in the second season, and reappears as a hallucination to Rick during the Woodbury battle.
  • Emma Bell as Amy (voice), Andrea's younger sister and a former member of the group, who was bit and was put down by Andrea; heard in Rick's hallucinations over the phone.
  • Jeryl Prescott Sales as Jacqui (voice), a former employee of the City of Atlanta, and former member of the group, who committed suicide after losing hope by staying in CDC with Dr. Edwin Jenner as it exploded from fail-safes; heard in Rick's hallucinations over the phone.
  • Andrew Rothenberg as Jim (voice), a former member of the group, who was bit and, per his request, left to reanimate; heard in Rick's hallucinations over the phone.
  • Julio Cesar Cedillo as Lt. Welles, a member of a group of military personnel, who are involved in a helicopter crash, and saved, but eventually slaughtered by The Governor while Welles himself is decapitated and has his head placed in a fish tank.

Episodes[edit]

See also: List of The Walking Dead episodes

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The third season of The Walking Dead has received positive reviews from critics. On Metacritic, the season holds a score of 82 out of , indicating "universal acclaim", based on 19 critics.[34] On Rotten Tomatoes, the season holds an 88% with an average rating of out of 10 based on 33 reviews. The site's critical consensus reads: "The palpable terror and visceral thrills continue in the third season of The Walking Dead, along with a deeper sense of the people who inhabit its apocalyptic landscape."[35]

Accolades[edit]

See also: List of awards and nominations received by The Walking Dead

For the 39th Saturn Awards, the third season of The Walking Dead received four nominations and two wins. The wins were for Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series and Best Supporting Actress on Television (Laurie Holden).[3] The nominations were for Best Actor on Television (Andrew Lincoln) and Best Supporting Actor on Television (David Morrissey).[36]

The season also received a nomination for Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie, or Special at the 65th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards ("This Sorrowful Life").[37] Additionally, the season was also nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series at the 19th and 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards for both halves of the season, respectively.[38][39] This season was also nominated for Program of the Year at the 29th TCA Awards,[40] while Andrew Lincoln was nominated for Best Actor in a Drama Series at the 3rd Critics' Choice Television Awards.[41]

Ratings[edit]

Home media releases[edit]

The third season was released on DVD and Blu-ray in region 1 on August 27, ,[42] in region 2 on September 30, [43] and in region 4 on September 25, [44] Special features include eight featurettes—"Rising Son", "Evil Eye", "Gone, But Not Forgotten", "Heart of a Warrior", "Michonne vs. The Governor", "Making the Dead", "Safety Behind Bars", and "Guts and Glory". Five audio commentaries, for episodes "Killer Within", "Say the Word", "Made to Suffer", "The Suicide King", and "This Sorrowful Life". Also included are 13 minutes of deleted scenes across six episodes.[42]

The third season was also released in limited edition Blu-ray packaging, a replica of The Governor's walker head aquarium as seen in season three. The limited edition packaging was designed by Greg Nicotero and sculpted by McFarlane Toys.[45]

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