‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7 Star Norman Reedus Rumored Dead

Norman Reedus, dead
Norman Reedus recently became a victim of false news stating he was dead.

Norman Reedus dead? That is what fans have been dying to find out as the new season of The Walking Dead rolls in.

Reedus, 47, recently appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and told audiences that The Walking Dead Season 7 opener is “heavy” and will see some characters getting the final blow in the hands of the villainous, baseball-bat-wielding Negan, played by Jeffery Dean Morgan.

In the meantime, it looks like people who keep floating around malicious hoax statements have become unstoppable. Reedus himself became victimized by a death hoax news that was circulated a few days ago. The post stated that he “will be missed but not forgotten” much to the distress of unsuspecting fans.

Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon in the long-running hit television series, has had many interesting moments on the set of the show. There have been some bothersome scenes and crying moments, and there have been funny scenes that did not go unnoticed by hardcore Reedus fans. Through it all, the actor’s friendship with other actors developed.

The character played by Reedus has evolved, and he has gained many fans as each season unfolded. Some of them could not even contain their excitement and ended up causing him injuries during meet-ups.

Norman Reedus brushed away subsequent social media comments that he was “dead” immediately after the news broke out.  Way before the spoilers about the Season 7 of The Walking Dead started coming out, the actor had confirmed working on his upcoming film project.

Norman Reedus did say in another television guesting that “people will lose their mind” when the new season of The Walking Dead begins.  Dixon will figure in more awful situations even as avid fans continue to anticipate that he may end up dead.  All the apprehensions will be put to rest when Season 7  finally unfolds on the small screen.

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