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Fear The Walking Dead Colman Domingo on character’s death 

He’s the star of the hit Zombie apocalypse drama Fear The Walking Dead.

And Colman Domingo has revealed that he wants his character to go out ‘in a blaze of glory’ if he were to leave the show.

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph Colman, who plays Victor Strand in the spin-off to The Walking Dead, admitted while he doesn’t want to see Victor killed off, he would want any potential death to be as action-packed as possible.

A worthy demise: Colman Domingo has revealed that he wants his character Victor Strand  to go out ‘in a blaze of glory’ if he were to leave the show.

‘Go out in a blaze of glory,’ Colman told the publication. ‘Fighting to the bitter end.’

He added that he wasn’t too concerned with the method of Victor’s demise  so long as he went down swinging.

‘It doesn’t matter if he’s shot or bitten, he’d just keep going to protect his friends,’ Coleman said.

Worthwhile: Speaking to the Daily Telegraph Colman, who plays Victor Strand in the spin-off to The Walking Dead, admitted while he doesn't want to see Victor killed off, he would want any potential death to be as action-packed as possible

Worthwhile: Speaking to the Daily Telegraph Colman, who plays Victor Strand in the spin-off to The Walking Dead, admitted while he doesn’t want to see Victor killed off, he would want any potential death to be as action-packed as possible

'Go out in a blaze of glory,' Colman told the publication. 'Fighting to the bitter end. It doesn¿t matter if he¿s shot or bitten, he¿d just keep going to protect his friends'

‘Go out in a blaze of glory,’ Colman told the publication. ‘Fighting to the bitter end. It doesn’t matter if he’s shot or bitten, he’d just keep going to protect his friends’

Colman, who has also had a long and storied career on the stage, also revealed to the publication that he wasn’t a fan of zombie fare before signing on to do the show. 

‘I’ve watched about half an episode each of two episodes of The Waling Dead but I don’t want to know too much about how people develop in that world – we’re still in the early stages [in Fear The Walking Dead],’ he said. 

Now in season three, the spin-off has proved a ratings juggernaut with Variety reporting in 2015 that the first season was the highest rating first series in the history of US cable television, averaging 11.6 million viewers across its six episodes. 

Hit: Now in season three, the spin-off has proved a ratings juggernaut with Variety reporting in 2015 that the first season was the highest rating first series in the history of US cable television, averaging 11.6 million viewers across its six episodes.

Hit: Now in season three, the spin-off has proved a ratings juggernaut with Variety reporting in 2015 that the first season was the highest rating first series in the history of US cable television, averaging 11.6 million viewers across its six episodes.

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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