The actor addresses rumors that the sale of his Atlanta home means a departure from the AMC show in a new episode of TheWrap’s “Drinking with the Stars.”
Norman Reedus, star of AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” is no stranger to rumor and innuendo, with a Google search to that effect returning over half a million results. So recent reports about the impact of the sale of his home on his status with the show barely fazed the man for whom “The Reedus Effect” was coined.
“That’s not even my house,” Reedus told TheWrap‘s Greg Gilman. “It’s a rumor.”
Local Atlanta news sites reported in late March that Reedus put the $585,000 3-bedroom home on the market, leading some “Walking Dead” fans to assume Reedus’ character — the crossbow-wielding Daryl Dixon — would soon be killed off in the popular zombie apocalypse drama.
The home features a swimming pool, multiple balconies and a private master bedroom that overlooks a wildflower garden.
“I wish that was my house. It’s a nice house,” Reedus said.