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Ross Marquand has been announced the newest addition to the cast of "The Walking Dead. The announcement leaves many viewers wondering two questions: 1 What character will this guy play? Read on for six key things to know. He is speculated to play the "very prominent gay character from the comics" creator Robert Kirkman teased was coming back in December.
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By Seth Kelley. News Editor, Online. Reedus said he discussed the idea of Daryl being gay early on with then-executive producer Frank Darabont, who exited the show after season one. When asked if the character might be gay, Kirkman responded that the storyline has been talked about. I can make it official: Daryl Dixon is straight.
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Danai Gurira is exiting 'The Walking Dead' this season and that could impact Marquad's character greatly. Spoiler Alert: You might want to stop reading now, unless you've seen Sunday night's new episode of "The Walking Dead," titled "Ghosts. Negan came one step closer to redemption tonight, after he and Aaron arrived at an unlikely understanding. After Aaron begrudgingly recruited Negan to help fight off wave after wave of walker coming toward Alexandria, the two got into a heated confrontation over the death of Eric, who was killed by a Savior. As the fight escalated, a walker covered in a toxic plant interrupted the argument, attacked Aaron and gave Negan a window to escape.
Aaron was introduced to viewers as the first gay character to appear in The Walking Dead but actor Ross Marquand reveals he was shocked by the abundance of negative responses he received over the role. However, the TV star admits he was "grateful" for the opportunity to bring attention to the issue. Marquand, 34, began playing the Alexandrian resident in season five and the character has become a good friend to other survivors including Rick Grimes and Daryl Dixon.