He’s one of Britain’s most successful actors, who has also found cult success across the Atlantic.   But David Morrissey had a much smaller, and select, audience when he appeared in Cheltenham last night. The star of The Missing, Blackpool and The Walking Dead was speaking to students at the University of Gloucestershire’s Park Campus. He was speaking about his life and his career with the head of Media School, Anne

We had the opportunity to meet and chat with actor David Morrissey, the first part of our interview discussing his new series The Missing. However most Australian and American audiences would be more familiar with Morrissey as The Governor in The Walking Dead or going back even earlier in the musical comedy Blackpool. We couldn’t resist asking him a few questions about his earlier work that has now brought him

March 6th, 2017 The Governor, The Walking Dead admin

  Look, we could likely sit around all day and discuss which villain on The Walking Dead is the worst. It’s likely going to come to Negan and The Governor in the end, but past that it’s nothing but fan service. The Governor is dead and gone in both the comics and television series, leaving quite the mark but meeting his doom in the end. He can never face off with

February 11th, 2017 The Governor, The Walking Dead admin

   As the gut-wrenching Starz mystery thriller returns, Morrissey – “The Walking Dead’s” Governor – plays another parent traumatized by a heartbreaking event. David Morrissey is a veteran UK actor that you’ve probably seen in countless projects. But it was his turn as the Governor on “The Walking Dead” that exposed him to a massive global audience. Now he’s back on TV, as the new star of Starz’s mystery thriller

February 8th, 2017 Dr Who, Refugees, The Walking Dead admin

  The Walking Dead heads into a mid-season finale for season four on December 1, but not without briefly checking in with a character last seen retreating from the show’s third season: Philip “The Governor” Blake. David Morrissey’s return to the show was kept under tight wraps, and The Walking Dead has devoted its last two installments to reintroducing Morrissey’s one-eyed tyrant, filling in the blanks between his disappearance and sudden

November 27th, 2013 The Governor, The Walking Dead admin

  This interview contains spoilers for anyone not up-to-date with season three, episode eight of The Walking Dead. He’s dealt with Cybermen in Doctor Who, political conspiracy in State of Play, and a singing David Tennant in Blackpool… Currently though, David Morrissey is the man behind The Governor, Rick Grimes’ chief antagonist in The Walking Dead‘s exemplary third season. A few weeks ago, we chatted to Mr Morrissey about The Walking Dead, which returned to AMC

February 11th, 2013 The Governor, The Walking Dead admin

Theatre was David Morrissey’s first love, making him a star at home, and now in the US, via a major role in hit zombie drama The Walking Dead. But is acting becoming a closed profession?   When David Morrissey was a teenager, he gave up on school. Not academic, he had discovered acting, and that, as far as he was concerned, was that. “All of us, at some point, find the

November 9th, 2012 Acting, The Walking Dead admin
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