Actors, directors, and other actors have been known to come to life on the big screen in some form or another over the years.
But few have done so as a zombie.
That’s what happened to Taylor Kitschy, the actor who plays Rick Grimes on AMC’s “The Walking, Dead” series.
Kitschy had a cameo in the 2014 movie “Dollhouse” in which he played the titular dollhouse owner.
The film has since been a smash hit for Universal Pictures and the film has become one of the most popular horror movies of all time.
But the actor’s zombie-like turn in “The Wolf” was far more memorable.
The zombie-themed movie was directed by David Fincher and stars Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman.
Fincher is best known for directing “Wall Street” and “The Big Short,” but his other films include “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “Fargo,” “Barry Lyndon,” and “Taxi Driver.”
Pitt, Freeman, and Finchers have also worked with the “Star Trek” franchise and the “Harry Potter” series, among others.
In “The Walker,” Kitsch played a young boy who accidentally finds himself in a zombie-filled mansion.
The story follows Kitsch’s journey to find the dollhouse that he loves, and the events that lead to his demise.
Kitsch, who has played zombies before, was on set filming the movie at the time.
His cameo in “Wolf” earned him the moniker “The Living Dead.”
He has since made an appearance in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” and is also in the upcoming “Gravity” sequel.
Kitschy was nominated for an Academy Award for “Dolls” and received a Golden Globe for “The Walk” earlier this year.
In his new film, “The Crow,” Kitschy plays a black man who has an accident in the woods and wakes up in a house.
Kitscher, who is black, is forced to confront his dark past and find his place in society.
The Crow is being produced by Michael G. Wilson.
Katsch is now in talks to star in a remake of the classic horror film “The Thing.”
Kitsch is best remembered for playing the titulary character in the 1954 film, which also starred Fred Astaire.