Q&A With AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD Michael Cudlitz

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AMC has released and interview with actor Michael Cudlitz who portrays Sgt. Abraham Ford in the acclaimed tv show THE WALKING DEAD.

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Abraham, Eugene and Rosita were fully introduced in last weeks’s episode and fans around the globe were pretty happy with the casting of such characters. You can read our review of last week’s episode “CLAIMED” by clicking HERE

Here is an excerpt of the interview that AMC has released:

Q&A – Michael Cudlitz (Abraham Ford)
Michael Cudlitz, who plays Sgt. Abraham Ford on AMC’s The Walking Dead, talks about his apocalyptic skills (or lack thereof) and trying to stack up to a buff comic book character.

Q: How did you end up on The Walking Dead? Were you a fan of the zombie genre before?

A: I grew up watching B horror movies and loved them. I was a huge fan of the Dawn of the Dead stuff and all that. The TV stuff, when it’s done well, can be fantastic. And when it’s not done well, it’s probably some of the [worst] television you’d ever want to watch. People try to grab onto the genre, but it’s always about the storytelling in anything that you’re doing.

Q: It was announced that you would be on the show long before you appeared in an episode. How intense was the fan pressure to reveal things about Abraham?

A: They always ask. Everyone wants to know when you’re coming on. And I don’t think they realize that half the time they’re asking, that’s potentially a spoiler. They just get excited like, “When are you coming, when can we see you?” And it’s like, “Soon.” I haven’t told them anything. Hang in there, be patient, watch.

Q: You play a tough guy determined to see his mission through on the The Walking Dead. Are you like that at all in real life?

A: My wife would tell you, no. As Jessica Rabbit says, “I’m just drawn that way.”

If you want to read the rest of the interview click HERE

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