David Morrissey may have gotten busy playing Walking Dead's Governor, but the actor who did a stint on Doctor Who a few years back in the 2008 Christmas special says he'd love to be back on the beloved sci-fi series.
Most fans would agree that The Walking Dead's ruthless Governor is a pretty evil guy. But believe it or not, the man who brings him to life begs to differ. So how does actor David Morrissey explain away all the crazy?
After the build-up of seeing The Governor as a vicious, evil character in The Walking Dead comics—the seemingly nice-but-shady man we met last week on the hit AMC series didn't seem too familiar. At least, not until that shocking final scene. So what did it all mean? Spoilers ahead!
Though the addition of The Governor is an intriguing proposition for fans of The Walking Dead TV series, comic fans have knows the wild man for quite a while now. But, regardless of what you think you know, small-screen Governor David Morrissey says you still have a lot to learn. Some spoilers ahead for season two, and light spoilers for season three.
Readers of The Walking Dead comic know that season three of the TV series could be the best yet, with the addition of the fan favorite character The Governor—who will be portrayed by David Morrissey on the small screen. So what does Morrissey have to say about what drives the most dangerous player of next season?
The Governor is coming. Brace yourselves, because the first photo of David Morrissey as The Walking Dead villain has been released. Does he look like a menace? Are his eyes filled with hate and malice? You tell us!