In the Dead universe, any character can go at any time. Most actors who join either The Walking Dead or Fear the Walking Dead do their best to avoid feeling comfortable with their job, seeing as a walker could take have them unemployed on a moment's notice.
Many of the actors and actresses on the series have ideas for their characters' deaths. Christian Serratos of The Walking Dead feels as though there is a sense of ownership for deaths laid out in the comics. For Fear the Walking Dead, such an ominous luxury is not available, as the series is unique to TV and does not have a source material from which it pulls ideas.
Still, Alicia Clark actress Alycia Debnam-Carey has an ending in mind for her character and it is darkly poetic. The actress revealed as much during a press conference at San Diego Comic Con on Friday.
"Being a zombie would be too much hard work to be honest," Debnam-Carey said. "Doing the whole make up, the eyes, everything. I don't want to do that."
Instead, Debnam-Carey wants a much more intimate sendoff involving her character's own family member. "I'd like having Madison have to shoot me in the head or something," Debnam-Carey said. "That'd be crazy."
Alicia, however, shouldn't be expected to bow out so easily or any time soon. In the show's third season, she has taken up arms and begun training with rifles and evolved as survivor.
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