It's hard to admit, but The Walking Dead is no longer what it used to be.
Once a proud TV series that fans look forward to start off the week with, the zombie drama has somewhat lost its touch due to the dragging storyline and problematic character development. Case in point: killing off a main character (Glenn) looked like more of a fan disservice than an integral turn of events.
On the bright side, less-heralded part are given more room to grow, even though always having to take second billing to The Almighty Rick Grimes (played by Abraham Lincoln). One actor whose role we want to see more of is Ross Marquand, who portrays Aaron, the comic book's first openly gay character.
Showrunners should watch this clip by Esquire starring Marquand, where he does spot-on impressions of Hollywood's biggest names. Mind you, this isn't your typical caricature set: imagine the likes of Jack Nicholson, Brad Pitt, and John Malkovich mouthing famous lines from some of the most iconic films, which they weren't even part of in the first place.
Maybe Marquand's acting range is the jolt that The Walking Dead sorely needs.
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