Norman Reedus

orman Reedus is arguably television’s favorite badass. For the past 10 years, he has played Daryl Dixon, the gruff motorcycle driving Southerner who will do whatever it takes to survive amongst the zombies on AMC’s . But Reedus is quick to point out he’s nothing like Daryl. “I’m completely different. I’m a complete neat freak,” Reedus says. “I’m kind of the guy who, if there was a zombie apocalypse, I’d probably find someplace nice to hide. I wouldn’t have that same bravado as Daryl does.” The one similarity the two do share is a love of motorcycles, a love displayed on both and Reedus’ reality show , also on AMC, where he invites celebrity guests to ride with him around the world. “It kind of started out as a gearhead show,” Reedus says, but over the past four seasons, the show has become “looser” and more “fun,” with guests including Marilyn Manson, the late Peter Fonda and co-stars Melissa McBride and Steven Yeun. “It’s me being a total goofball the entire time with really cool guests.”

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