It’s cool to be a fan, even a super fan of AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” but Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan, wishes people would stop descending on his home like a horde of zombies all the time.
The “Watchmen” and “Supernatural” actor took to Twitter on Tuesday to discourage fans from coming to his house, taking pictures and knock on his door.
“It’s rude and creepy,” Morgan tweeted. He also issued a warning: “And… you’re being recorded.”
Dear people that think it’s a solid plan to come to our house, take pictures, drive up to house, knock on door… it’s not a good plan. It’s rude and creepy. Respect our privacy please. And… you’re being recorded.
— Jeffrey Dean Morgan (@JDMorgan) July 3, 2018
Yeah nerds, sometimes you really do take this stuff a bit too far. We’re guessing Morgan will soon be adding a little more security to keep people from cruising up his driveway and knocking on the door.
“The Walking Dead” returns for its ninth season in this fall, while its sister AMC show “Fear the Walking Dead” airs Sundays at 9 pm Eastern and will return for the second half of its fourth season August 12. Both shows will be getting big panels later this month at San Diego Comic-Con 2018.
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