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Now that ‘The Walking Dead’ is back for its eighth season, it’d be nice to check in with some old friends. This show is a different animal regarding television deaths. Some are cast and given names merely to die on the show. Ever wonder what some of these folks are up to? Sure, you can IMDB them, but allow this post to serve as the official one-stop shop for what they’re up to these days.

There have been 156 named deaths heading into season 8 (including some flashback characters and animals that weren’t included in this list), however there has been a grand total of 253 character deaths on the show, including those to have turned. There are also numerous named, uncredited actors to have appeared on the show that weren’t listed. If you were lucky enough to have a name on the show, you should be listed below. If we missed someone prominent, tell us in the comments section below and we’ll add them. While you’re there, tell us which character(s) you miss the most on the show.

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Season 1

Ed (Adam Minarovich) – Since his final appearance on the show, he has served in a few guest spots on TV shows and shorts, including two episodes on One Tree Hill. In all, he has made appearances on six TV shows, two shorts, two movies and is set to appear in nother movie in 2018 called, Submission.

Amy (Emma Bell) – She has 16 credits to her resume since falling on the show, including six movie roles, with notable television roles on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Dallas and American Horror Story.

Jim (Andrew Rothenberg) – He has accumulated 12 credits since his stint on the show. Of the 12, two are movie roles, including a 2018 release called, 30 Miles From Nowhere. He also had a six-episode run on Mob City and turned in TV appearances on Blue Bloods, The Good Wife and The Exorcist.

Jacqui (Jeryl Prescott) – Since opting to blow up with the CDC rather than live in a world overrun with walkers, this actress has taken on over 27 roles, including stints on Ray Donovan and NCIS: Los Angeles, as well as a spot in The Birth of a Nation. She is also due to be featured in two movies next year and is currently filming a role on Memphis Fire.

Dr. Edwin Jenner (Noah Emmerich) – The good doctor has taken on 13 roles since dying on the show which includes a five-issue run on Backwash and a regular spot (65 episodes) on The Americans.

Season 2

Sophia (Madison Lintz) – Carol’s daughter has five acting credits to her belt since her run on TWD. She appeared on Nashville and is currently a regular on the Amazon Original series, Bosch.

Otis (Pruitt Taylor Vince) – He was one of the first of the bigger-named actors to have made a cameo-type run on TWD. He lasted just three episodes. Since then, he has tallied 20 more acting credits including regular TV roles on True Blood, The Mentalist and Heroes Reborn. He also has two projects dropping later in 2017, including a spot in the movie, Gotti, starring John Travolta.

Dave (Michael Raymond-James) – After a two-episode stay on TWD, he turned in 11 appearances to add to his repertoire, including a regular role on the TV shows, Once Upon a Time (34 episodes), Game of Silence (10 eps) and was Paul Revere on the Sons of Liberty miniseries (3 eps). He also appeared in Jack Reacher (2012) with Tom Cruise.

Tony (Aaron Munoz) – He has 13 appearances over various movies, TV shows and shorts since his death on the show. Seven of those roles are in shorts, while three of his projects, Cecil, All Light Will End and The Friend Zone, are all currently in post-production.

Sean (Keedar Whittle) – This upcoming actor only currently has 17 credits to his resume, but 11 since leaving TWD. He has mostly appeared in various shows and shorts, but does have two movie appearances to credit with Hollywood Chaos (2013) and Life After Beth (2014).

Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) – It was tough for most losing this fan-favorite character. Since his untimely demise on the show, he has appeared in a number of TV series, most notably 15 episodes on Billions on Showtime. He also has a project due in 2018 called, The Amaranth.

Randal (Michael Zegen) – Yep, the guy responsible for making the entire prison sick. Since dying on the show he has had quite a few gigs, including having turned in three episodes on Girls and Happyish and 11 on Boardwalk Empire. He also has two projects on the way in 2018 in Tyrel and The Seagull.

Shane (Jon Bernthal) – The Boss! We know that nickname is reserved for one Bruce Springsteen, but Shane Walsh was awesome. Bernthal is awesome. His career has really taken off since his shocking death on the show with 22 credits, including movie appearances in The Wolf of Wall Street, Sicario, The Accountant and Baby Driver, just to name a few. We recently learned he was actually in the running to play Rick Grimes on TWD. Wonder if his career would be different had he been cast as that character. He also has seven projects on the way, including four in 2018. He has already debuted as The Punisher on Season 2 of Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix and is set to premiere in his very own series as the militant antihero on November 17.

Jimmy (James Allen McCune) – This guy has 14 credits on his resume since his death on TWD. His notable roles include an 11-episode stint on Shameless and 15 episodes on Sugar Pine 7. He also starred in 2016’s Blair Witch, the third installment in the series.

Patricia (Jane McNeill) – She actually has a number of roles she has taken on since the show, including three projects in post-production, two for 2017 in Living The Dream and An L.A. Minute and one for 2018 in American Animals. Her run on TWD was her first credited acting job as she has now accumulated 25 credits in her career so far.

Season 3

Big Tiny (Theodus Crane) – He has 31 credits amassed over his career so far, including six on the way, with one in 2018 called Potential. His two-episode appearance on TWD was only his fourth credited acting gig.

Tomas (Nick Gomez) – After dying on the show, he is now set to, by the time 2018 comes around, have amassed 73 acting credits. He has a number of stints on television, including Dexter, The Red Road (8 episodes), Bosch (6 eps) and Snatchers (5 eps). He’s staying busy in 2017 with seven projects en route.

Franklin (Mike Mayhall) – He is primarily a stunt actor and director, but has totaled 36 credits as an actor so far in his career, including roles in Scream: The TV Series, NCIS: New Orleans and Preacher.

Brady (Gary Weeks) – This guy has quite the career with just under 100 acting credits (currently sitting at 98). Since being offed on the show, he has appeared in such movies and shows as Burn Notice, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, Greenleaf, Jurassic World and Spider-Man: Homecoming. He also has five projects coming in 2018-19, including Nighmare City and Rampage, with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

Theodore ‘T-Dog’ Douglas (IronE Singleton) – Another fan-favorite character to have bitten the dust. He has only turned in four acting credits since dying on the show, including a two-episode stint on Franklin & Bash. He is also a consistent attendee at nearly every Walker Stalker Convention, in which he hosts a one-man play. He also wrote a book called, Blindsided by the Walking Dead, where he is quoted as going, “From surviving the streets, to slaying the geeks.”

Andrew (Markice Moore) – An upcoming actor, he only has 13 credits so far, including a handful of episodes on shows like Rectify, Shots Fired and Snowfall. You can catch him in 2018 in a series called, The Paynes.

Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) – She accounted for one of the first real shocking deaths on the show, which sent currents across TWD fanbases. Killing the main character’s wife was a true testament to how confident the creators felt about the life of the show. She has eight credits since meeting her demise on the show, including 23 episodes in Colony and 79 eps in the series revival of Prison Break.

Tim (Lawrence Kao) – Since dying on the show, this actor has accumulated over 30 acting credits. He has five projects incoming over 2018, but has used his time since his death on TWD to appear in eight episodes of JustKiddingFilms, five eps of The Originals and scattered cameos in shows like NCIS: Los Angeles, 2 Broke Girls and Workaholics.

Crowley (Arthur Bridgers) – He had five acting credits since his stint on TWD, including an episode in TURN: Washington’s Spies and Sleepy Hollow.

Garguilio (Dave Davis) – He has had a number of appearances since his death on the show, including movies like Ghost Shark and Ozark Sharks, a spot on True Detective and parts in movies like The Big Short, Daddy’s Home and Jeepers Creepers III. He has nine projects in post-production, set to come out over the course of 2017-19. He has 47 credits to his acting resume.

Donna (Cherie Gierhart) – She has been quiet since her episode on TWD. She currently serves as an assistant director on the shows Inhumans and S.W.A.T. and also appeared in an episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. She has five credits as an actress.

Oscar (Vincent M. Ward) – With 70 acting credits, this guy has been busy, especially in 2017. He has appeared on episodes in series such as Wilfred, Psych and Atlanta. He is set to take on a role in 86 Zombies in 2018 as well.

Haley (Alexa Nikolas) – She has 33 credits in her career, but has only appeared in a single episode of Mad Men since her time on TWD.

Axel (Lew Temple) – Although having appeared in just a handful of episodes, he was a fan favorite among the base. Since before the time he was sniped in the head by The Governor to now, he has tallied over 110 acting credits. He has been in movies like The Lone Ranger and Lap Dance and shows such as Longmire and Wicked City. He is currently set to take part in 10 projects from 2017-19.

Ben (Tyler Chase) – He has tacked on 14 acting credits since his time on TWD, including four episodes of Six and 20 eps on Freakish on Hulu. He also has two projects coming out later in 2017- early 2018.

Merle (Michael Rooker) – You definitely know this guy as Yondu from Guardians of the Galaxy, but he used to be alive and well on TWD as Daryl’s cousin. He has been busy aside from making GoTG, he appeared in other Gunn projects, The Belko Experiment, and Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol .2. He has 118 credits on his acting resume.

Milton (Dallas Roberts) – He has racked up 40 acting credits, 13 since his time on TWD. Some notable appearances include 28 episodes of Unforgettable, 14 eps on The Good Wife and six on American Crime.

Jody (Tanner Holland) – She has not appeared in anything since her time on TWD, her only acting credit.

Paul (E. Roger Mitchell) – With 84 acting credits, he has appeared in 40 movies and TV shows since his time on the show. Some notables include, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, Need for Speed, The Equalizer, starring Denzel Washington, and Sully, starring Tom Hanks.

Allen (Daniel Thomas May) – He has primarily made TV appearances since his run on the show, including stints on: Sleepy Hollow, Being Mary Jane, Nashville, TURN: Washington’s Spies and a spot on American Made, starring Tom Cruise.

Andrea (Laurie Holden) – Her death was definitely one of the more controversial in show history because it doesn’t follow the timeline of that of the comics, in which she is actually still alive and with Rick. She has 43 credits, including seven roles since dying on the show, highlighted by co-starring in Dumb and Dumber To. She has also had stints on shows like Major Crimes, Chicago Fire and The Americans. She currently has three jobs in 2018 and is actively filming Arctic Justice (voice).

Season 4

Zach (Kyle Gallner) – You might remember him prior to his single episode, in the reboot of A Nightmare on Elm St. (2010). He’s been in 14 projects since TWD. He was in Play It Again, Dick (8 episodes), Dear White People, American Sniper, The Finest Hours and in 26 eps of Outsiders. He currently is working on two projects for 2018, including Ghosts of War, and has 60 credits to his acting timeline.

Clara (Kerry Condon) – She’s tacked on 12 credits since her three-episode run on TWD, including some movies like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Final Destiny, Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming. She also turned in 10 eps in Believe and another 11 in Better Call Saul. She is currently filming Dreamland, which is set for a 2018 release.

Patrick (Vincent Martella) – Since falling on the show, he has accumulated 10 appearances to add to his resume, including having voiced in two video game projects, Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2014) and Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015). In 2015, he completed his 129-episode run voicing in Phineas and Ferb and is currently 10 eps in on Milo Murphy’s Law.

Greg (Travis Young) – Since his run on TWD, he’s appeared in such things as Resurrection (9 episodes) and an ep. each on TURN: Washington’s Spies, Swamp Murders and Underground. He has 36 credits.

Shumpert (Travis Love) – Another fan favorite met his demise after a pretty hefty run. Since TWD, he’s been in eight more projects (9-total), including TV shows like The Haves and the Have Nots (3 episodes), Sky Sharks and was an uncredited Jabari Warrior in the upcoming Marvel movie, Black Panther.

Ryan (Victor McCay) – Since dying on the show, he has added seven projects to his 49 acting credits. Most notably, eight episodes on Drop Dead Diva and a spot in The Accountant, starring Ben Affleck.

Karen (Melissa Ponzio) – She has been a steady contributor to both Teen Wolf, 72 episodes, and Chicago Fire, 25 eps, since dying on TWD. She has 44 credits as an actress.

David (Brandon Carroll) – He has added four credits to his 23 since he last appeared in TWD, with spots on movies like Selma and Cruiser.

Ana (Brina Palencia) – She has worked steady since dying on the show, including projects like Star-Crossed (12 episodes), Fairy Tail (62 eps) and Snow White with the Red Hair (24 eps). She also voices several characters in shows in Dragon Ball Z Kai (35 eps) and the Paige character on The Walking Dead: Michonne Game. She has now racked up 164 credits to her resume with five projects coming out.

Dr. Caleb Subramanian (Sunkrish Bala) – He has added to his 59 credits steadily since falling on the show with appearances in gigs like </Scorpion> and Castle (10 episodes), as well as several voice over projects.

David (Danny Vinson) – He has been in 34 projects since dying on the show, including five projects which are on the way. Some of his notable appearances include having been on The Astronaut Wives Club, The Vampire Diaries and Atlanta. He’s also had more than a handful of movie gigs to add to his 72 credits.

Cesar (Jose Pablo Cantillo) – He was another of the fan-favorite villains to have eventually met his demise by the hands of The Governor. Since his death on the TWD, he’s taken on a number of gigs, including appearances on Constantine, Shooter and Taken. He’s currently filming El Chicano for 2018. He has 57-total credits on his resume.

Pete (Enver Gjokaj) – He has been in Witches of East End (4 episodes), Extant and Hollywood Hitmen, 6 episodes each, as well as in 18 eps of Marvel’s Agent Carter since his death on TWD. He has 39 credits on his resume.

Hershel (Scott Wilson) – This one stung. He was the fatherly-favorite among TWD fanbase, for sure. Plus, this was one of the real, more graphic deaths we have seen on the show, with The Governor chopping his head off with Michonne’s sword. He has 81 acting credits and has stayed busy as of late with a three-episode run on Bosch, five on Damien and eight on The OA, with a second season incoming.

Mitch (Kirk Acevedo) – He was the other half of The Governor’s right-hand men. He has 52 acting credits and just completed filming the third installment in the Insidious series, The Last Key. Some of his more recent works include 29 episodes on SyFy’s 12 Monkeys and 8 eps on Kingdom.

The Governor (David Morrissey) – The first real villain of the show, he met his maker by way of a tag-team kill by both Michonne, who took his eye, and Rick. He has appeared on a number of TV shows since dying on the show, including Extant (11 episodes), Britannia (10 eps) and The Missing (8 eps).

Christopher (Cameron Deane Stewart) – He’s turned in a few TV appearances since his stint on the show, including Star-Crossed, Austin & Ally and Aquarius and did a movie called Knucklebones. He has

Lilly (Audrey Marie Anderson) – You know her from a series of different CW DC Comics shows like Arrow and The Flash. She appeared in three episodes of TWD and has 32 credits on her acting resume. She is currently also working on a series called Ice, in which she has done 10 episodes.

Mika (Kyla Kenedy) – She was killed unsuspectedly by her older sister, Lizzie. Since meeting her untimely death on TWD, she has worked steady, including numerous movies and regular roles on shows like Night Shift (8 episodes) and Speechless (28 eps). She now has 22 acting credits and counting!

Lizzie (Brighton Sharbino) – We all remember her. She was on a path to become the next Negan. After killing her sister, Mika, Carol tells her to “Just look at the flowers” and finishes her. She now has 22 acting credits. She had a guest appearance in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and six movie roles, including three on the way, since her death on the show.

Len (Marcus Hester) – Since his run on TWD, he’s made guest appearances on numerous TV shows including Constantine, Zoo, The Blacklist and Underground. He has 29 acting credits to date.

Joe (Jeff Kober) – He was another one of those storied actors to have made a quick run on the show. He’s been in numerous projects over the years and has 125 acting credits. You’ll remember him from Sons of Anarchy and as the leader of the group that took in Daryl after the group split following Terminus. He’s taken on a ton of projects since, including Shameless and NCIS: Los Angeles. He has a seven-episode stint coming in 2018 on a show called, Big Dogs.

Dan (Keith Brooks) – He has racked up 32 projects (52 total) since his death on TWD. He has seven projects coming in 2018. He most-recently made an appearance in Stranger Things 2, but also was Beast on Uncanny X-Men and did a show called Bean Dip Explains It All, among others.

Tony (Davi Jay) – He has just 18 acting credits on his resume, but has taken on four jobs since TWD. He was in Bad Ass 3: Bad Asses on the Bayou, From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series and, most recently, Day 5.

Harley (J.D. Evermore) – With 96 projects, including over 20 jobs since his death on the show, he has worked steady. He has five projects on the way, including 10 episodes on the new Marvel show Cloak & Dagger. He was a sniper in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, made a guest spot on American Horror Story and did 26 eps on Rectify.

Billy (Eric Mendenhall) – He’s added 10 gigs to his 30 credits since dying on TWD, including guest appearances on Satisfaction, Scream: The TV Series, Roots and Ozark.

Alex (Tate Ellington) – He has accumulated 46 acting credits over the course of his career so far. Since his run on the show, he has been in, but not limited to, The Mindy Project, The Big Bang Theory, Quantico and Shameless. He was also a co-star in the movies Straight Outta Compton and Sinister 2.

Season 5

Sam (Robin Lord Taylor) – You know him best as The Penguin, aka Oswald Cobblepot, on Gotham. But he also made two appearances on TWD, dying at Terminus. He has taken on six projects since, including three projects in post-production, including The Mandela Effect.

Mary (Denise Crosby) – She has 96 acting credits, including two for 2018. She has made a number of appearances on TV shows since falling in TWD, like The Magicians and Ray Donovan.

Gareth (Andrew J. West) – Another fan-favorite villain to have met his demise at the hands of Rick and Co., he was the leader at Terminus, which consisted of a group of cannibals. He has been in numerous projects since then, including six episodes on Dead of Summer and 24 eps in Once Upon a Time.

Albert (Benjamin Papac) – He’s been in Fantastic Four, Into the Badlands (6 episodes), a web series called Saving the Human Race (6 eps), and Greenhouse Academy (12 eps) since dying on TWD, with 14 acting credits overall.

Theresa (April Billingsley) – She has 36 acting credits to her resume, including nine projects since falling on the show. She followed up her stint on TWD with six episodes on Resurrection and a guest appearance on Constantine. She was also in American Made and has three projects on the way in 2018.

Martin (Chris Coy) – With 45 credits overall, he’s taken on a number of jobs since TWD. He was in 9 episodes of Banshee and seven eps of The Deuce, among others. He also is currently filming The Front Runner.

Bob (Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) – Poor Bob. He basically became dinner for Gareth and Co. as they searched for Rick and the group. He has 66 credits and recently finished two projects. He has been in six episodes of Graceland and 8 eps on The Deuce, since falling in TWD

Officer Lerner (Christine Woods) – Otherwise known as, ‘Dawn’, she was the leader of the hospital that both Beth and Carol end up at in Atlanta. She is killed after an exchange of prisoners goes bad, which included Maggie’s sister, Beth. She has been in a ton of stuff since the show, including appearances in About a Boy and The Odd Couple. She is also set to be in eight more projects in 2017-18, including five movies, like Better Off Zed.

Officer Gorman (Cullen Moss) – He has been in a lot since his one-episode run on TWD, including Resurrection (5 episodes) and Shots Fired (3 eps) and movies like Hidden Figures and The Shadow Effect. He’s currently set to be in four projects in 2018, including Assassination Nation. He’s totaled 81 credits.

Officer O’Donnell (Ricky Wayne) – Since dying on the show, he’s been on numerous TV shows, such as Bloodline, Rectify and Outsiders. He also has three projects due in 2018, like Anagram. He’s got 63-total credits.

Officer Lamson (Max Hernandez) – With 36 credits, since dying on the show, he has been in the hit-movie Sicario and on shows like Hand of God (15 episodes) and The Last Ship (34 eps).

Beth (Emily Kinney) – Another member of the farm to have passed. She was Maggie’s little sister and was killed by Dawn in the hospital in Atlanta. Her music career is currently at the forefront of her resume, but since meeting her death on the show, she has been in projects like Arrow / The Flash, Masters of Sex, Conviction and Ten Days in the Valley.

Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) – Another fan-favorite character, but even bigger comicbook character, to have died on the show. No one saw this one coming. It was a unique episode in which he is hallucinating throughout most of it before we find out he was bitten. He has 61 credits and, since dying on TWD, has been on shows like Freakish, Arrow, The Orville, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The Expanse.

Aiden (Daniel Bonjour) – He’s had guest spots on projects like Teen Wolf, Frequency (9 episodes) and Flaked, among others, to add to his 38 credits, since his death on the show.

Noah (Tyler James Williams) – He saved Beth and joined Rick’s group for a stint. His death is still regarded as one of the most brutal ones on the show, while Glenn had to watch. He has 29 credits and since the show has been in stuff like, Ballers, with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, RePlay (12 episodes) and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (26 eps).

Reg (Steve Coulter) – His death singlehandedly led to Rick and Co. being invited to stay at The Sanctuary. A drunken Pete sliced his neck open in an attempt to kill Rick to no avail. He’s been in stuff like Banshee (10 episodes), The Conjuring 2, Brockmire (5 eps), House of Cards (4 eps) and has six projects en route for 2018, including Hangman.

Pete (Corey Brill) – He has 11 acting credits and has made three appearances on TV shows since his death on the show and episode each on </Scorpion> and Chicago P.D..

Season 6

Carter (Ethan Embry) – He spends so much time out on a run talking trash about Rick and, while not paying attention, meets his maker via a walker. Great way to start a season! He’s been in so much popular movies and shows that us from the 1980s have grown up with. With 95 credits, he’s been a regular on Grace and Frankie (39 episodes) and starred in The Devil’s Candy. He’s working now for two gigs in 2018.

Shelly (Susie Spear Purcell) – She has 29 credits and has done two projects since TWD, including the movie, Christine.

Erin (Tiffany Morgan) – She’s added to her 24 credits with five episodes on Containment and a guest ep on TURN: Washington’s Spies since dying on TWD.

Barnes (Justin Miles) – This up-and-comer only has 18 credits and just finished a project called The Sluagh. He also did six episodes each on Cooking for Singles and Everyone I love is Dead, among other jobs.

Sturgess (Jon Kleitman) – He has 15 credits overall, including four since his run on the show, with appearances in movies like Cruiser and Catalyst.

Annie (Beth Keener) – With 35 credits, she has landed four gigs since her run on the show. She is also set to host Lights, Camera, Location!, which will highlight locations where movies/shows are made.

David (Jay Huguley) – He has taken on numerous projects since dying on TWD, including a spot on both Halt and Catch Fire and Rosewood. He’s currently working on 10 projects to add to his 71 credits, including From Zero to I Love You and Almost Home.

Nicholas (Michael Traynor) – We all remember this guy. He tried to kill our beloved Glenn, only to become best pals with him (for a little bit). He gave up when times got tough (yeah, the dumpster scene) and put a bullet in his head. He’s seen work in The Fosters (7 episodes) and was in The Thinning. He’s also got two projects set for release for 2018.

Deanna (Tovah Feldshuh) – The former leader of The Sanctuary, she entrusts it to Rick and Co., after going out in a blaze of glory. She has 101 credits and has since worked on stuff like, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (10 episodes), three eps on Salvation and has two projects in the works for 2018, in which she plays a doctor in both.

Sam (Major Dodson) – He couldn’t get over the anxiety attacks that plagued him throughout the season. His freakout inside a horde of walkers ended up killing him, his brother and mother. He has 14 credits and just finished Gwen’s World of Weird, a television movie.

Jessie (Alexandra Breckenridge) – Rick’s former fling met her match when her son, Sam, couldn’t keep his mouth shut inside a horde of walkers. She was a mother of two and Rick scooped her up after killing her husband. That’s the apocalypse for ya! She’s been a steady contributor on Family Guy, is currently on This Is Us and has two projects in the work for 2018.

Ron (Austin Abrams) – The oldest of Jessie’s sons, he had beef with Carl for occupying the time of Enid. He met his fate inside the horde of walkers as well. With 17 credits, he’s added seven projects to his resume since his run on the show, including three in the works. He’s currently filming Puzzle.

Ethan (Justin Kucsulain) – He has 13 acting credits and, since his stint on TWD, has done two episodes each for both Bloodline and Homeland, among others, and is currently filming Killroy Was Here.

Donnie (Rus Blackwell) – Since he fell on TWD, he has added nine episodes on Six and has added to his 77 credits with two projects on the way, including Florida Bush League Wrestling: The Movie.

Molly (Jill Jane Clements) – She has 46 credits to her resume and has appeared on shows like Bloodline and Outcast since dying on the show. She currently has five projects in the works.

Michelle (Jeananne Goossen) – She’s appeared in a few projects, including Nashville and Criminal Minds and currently has two projects coming in 2018 since her episode on TWD. She has 35 credits overall.

Paula (Alicia Witt) – She spearheaded the group of gals that kidnapped both Carol and Maggie, but in the end, met her fate to the gruesome twosome. She currently has 76 credits and has turned in spots on Nashville and Twin Peaks, among others, while also having three projects incoming for 2018.

‘Dr.’ Denise (Merritt Wever) – Yet another doctor to have met their demise on TWD. She was Maggie’s girlfriend and caught an arrow in the eye via Dwight. She’s added to her 40 credits since then and is currently filming two projects in Godless and The Women of Marwen.

Neil (Robert Walker Branchaud) – Among eight projects (22-total credits) since dying on the show, he’s taken on spots on shows like Underground (3 episodes), Halt and Catch Fire (2 eps).

Alpha Wolf (Benedict Samuel) – He was technically nameless, but we’ll throw him in anyways. He was a part of the gang called ‘The Wolves’ and was locked in the cellar/prison of The Sanctuary. With 18 credits, he’s most-recently appeared on Secret City (6 episodes) and Gotham (20 eps).

Season 7

Glenn (Steven Yeun)– We unfortunately saw this one coming. The producers followed his death, in conjunction with the comics, perfectly (and grotesquely). This death broke hearts. He was definitely one of the Top 3 fan-favorite characters, for sure. An upcoming actor with just 32 credits, he did 17 episodes of Trollhunters following his death on the show and 25 eps for Voltron, while also co-starring in the Netflix Original Okja. He is currently filming Burning, which is set for a 2018 release.

Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) – The big guy met his demise by Lucille, Negan’s trusty bat, and parted with probably one of the best line in TWD history. In fact, many of his one-liners have stuck with his fans. He has been relatively quiet since his stint on the show, but he’s currently filming two movies, The Trustee and Driven, and has been linked to possibly make an appearance in Fear The Walking Dead as part of its crossover event in 2018. He has 108 credits on his resume.

Gordon (Michael Scialabba) – He’s got 14 credits to his name, most-recently taking on two projects, guest appearances on both Sleepy Hollow and Daytime Divas.

George (Brian F. Durkin) – He’s appeared in, among other things, in projects like Brockmire (3 episodes) and Stranger Things 2, since his one episode on TWD.

Chris (Ricky Russert) – He’s had guest spots on Mr. Mercedes and the TV reboot of MacGyver, among a few other gigs, since dying on TWD. He has 15 credits on his acting resume so far.

Fat Joey (Joshua Hoover) – His name says it all. He was the punching bag of the Saviors. He has 31 credits to his name and, was most-recently in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul and Logan Lucky. He also has two projects on the way in post-production.

Isabelle (Aerli Austen) – She’s been a guest on both Shots Fired and The Gifted since leaving TWD universe, with 23 acting credits on her resume.

Spencer (Austin Nichols) – He suggested taking down Negan’s rival in Rick, so he gutted him in the streets in front of everyone. Since dying on TWD, he’s tacked on six episodes on Bates Motel to his 47 credits and currently has a project due in 2018.

Olivia (Ann Mahoney) – She was in charge of both the pantry and the guns at The Sanctuary before dying. Since then, she’s added to her 32 acting credits with projects like Sun Records (7 episodes) and Logan Lucky, among others. She currently has three projects in post-production for 2018.

Dr. Emmett Carson (Tim Parati) – Dwight accuses him of a crime he didn’t commit and, instead of opting for an iron to the face, he admits to the crime and Negan throws him into the oven, burning him alive. Yikes! Since TWD, he just completed a short called Between Dreams. He’s got 52 credits.

Benjamin (Logan Miller) – If you were lucky enough to see Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse then you know who this guy is. That movie is awesome! He was beloved by King Ezekiel. He’s got 37 credits and, since his time on TWD, has voiced Nova in the Guardians of the Galaxy show and has four projects in the works for 2018, including one that he is currently filming, The Maze.

Richard (Karl Makinen) – He doesn’t get enough credit, but he played a key role in the various communities coming together in hopes of taking down Negan in war, but wanted to sacrifice Carol to achieve it. No go with Daryl. He has 61 credits and has taken on three gigs since the show, including a three-episode arc on the revival of Twin Peaks.

Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) – Another fan-favorite character. She sacrifices herself to become a walker so to try and take out Negan at the end of the season, but is ultimately taken down in the act. She is now the star in the television revival of Star Trek called, Discovery. She has 20 acting credits.

Roy (Brian Stapf) – This guy is the ‘Dark Side’ MVP. He saves Negan from being bit by the zombiefied Sasha at the end of the season and is bitten. He’s made guest spots on shows like Bloodline and Valor since dying on the TWD and has three projects on the way for 2018.

The complete list of The Walking Dead characters, both past and present, can be found HERE.

Michael Stagno
Michael is a New England native and fluent in Italian. He graduated with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism (RTVF) from Auburn University. He is a BIG fan of the Boston sports scene, X-Men and X-Force. He loves his black lab (named Yaz), pop culture, science, space and gaming. He's also a crossfitter, paddleboarder and marathoner.