The Walking Dead's Abraham became known for his unique and often metaphorical word choices, and now actor Michael Cudlitz is having some fun with those lines.
During a panel at Walker Stalker Con in Tulsa over the weekend, the former The Walking Dead actor played host to an avid panel of fans where he fielded questions ranging from how he felt about his character's death to where he found inspiration for the role. One fan, however, asked to hear those iconic and unforgettable lines like, "Mother d---," and "Who's Deanna?"
Cudlitz, as seen in the video below, rattled off the best of what have been dubbed as Abraham-isms.
"B--- nuts, suck my nuts, monkey's left nut," Cudlitz started before quoting the, "Vast ocean of s--- you people don't know s--- about. Rick Grimes knows every grain of said s---," and other Abraham-isms.
Cudlitz joined The Walking Dead in its fourth season when he first appeared alongside Rosita and Eugene actors Christian Serratos and Josh McDermitt. Both of his co-stars are still part of the popular AMC series, though McDermitt's role has seen him jump to the dark side, aligning himself with Negan, and making the fans angry enough to make him want to quit social media.
McDermitt did, however, crash Cudlitz's panel for a fun moment, which can be seen in the video below.
Since Abraham's death in the Season Seven premiere of The Walking Dead, Cudlitz has kept a low profile. Aside from attending several Walker Stalker and other conventions around the country, the actor played a part in the TV series Kings of Con and will be appearing in the TV movie The Trustee.
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