Q&A with Dallas Roberts (Milton Mamet) of THE WALKING DEAD

AMC has released a new interview for  The Walking Dead. Today they chat with Dallas Roberts (Milton Mamet) about his character and more. Read on for the interview.

twd-s3-dallas-roberts-interview-325Actor Dallas Roberts, who plays Milton on AMC’s The Walking Dead, talks about his geeky street cred and a secret rivalry that developed on the Season 3 set.

Q: Milton is quite the egghead. Did you do anything especially geeky to prepare to play him? Hit up some trivia nights? Sit in on some graduate school seminars?

A: I was the guy literally in the chess club who decided to wear a bow tie for the last two years of high school, so I obviously wasn’t trying to get the ladies. I understand that part of Milton. I find that with any good run on a show with good writers, they put something on paper and you put something back on film and that affects what they put on the paper the next time. It’s been a growing, evolving relationship with Milton and I feel like hopefully everyone is working together to make him as great as possible.

Q: How has the gig differed from your expectations?

A: When you get a job on The Walking Dead you imagine you’re going to be running through the woods with a lot of weaponry shouting, “Look out!” But I haven’t had to do a lot of that this season. Woodbury is a completely different setting than our sort of crack team of apocalypse survivors have dealt with — it’s much more civilized and organized. People who had guest starred in Season 2 would be like, “Is this the same show?”

Q: Is there any rivalry between the Woodbury actors and the prison gang?

A: The early episodes are either highly prison or highly Woodbury-centric — it’s rare that those two locations would work on the same day. I don’t think I met Andrew [Lincoln] or Norman [Reedus] until Episode 8! But we started to write letters to each other on the makeup mirrors. Laurie would write like, “Woodbury’s great,” or “What are you guys doing?” or “Woodbury rules.” And then the next day, Andrew would write back something like, “We’re coming to kill you.”


Source: AMC

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