Also, the zombie slayer spends time pranking colleagues with his pants off
“Walking Dead” star Norman Reedus talked on-set pranks, eating snake — which he's done both on camera and in real life — and taking artsy pictures of roadkill on Wednesday's “Late Night With Seth Meyers.”
The AMC show films in Georgia, where Reedus often screws around with his co-stars: standing just off camera with his pants around his ankles (cue audience “woo!”), or whispering “I love you” to Andrew Lincoln during a particularly dramatic scene.
Lincoln's typical response? “F you.”
Reedus’ downtime is spent riding his motorcycle and artistically photographing roadkill — for charity, of course. Oxfam, an anti-poverty group, asked the zombie killer to snap some photos while down south for a Times Square exhibit.
“I think they wanted behind-the-scenes photos, which I obviously can't do,” he explained to Meyers. “I decided to do roadkill.”
The disgusting, zombie-like photos sold to tourists inside of one hour. Watch the clip: