Before becoming an icon as the leader of the zombie apocalypse Rick Grimes in The Walking Dead, Andrew Lincoln was best known for his role as Mark in Love Actually.
Few scenes have been more romantic than Lincoln's character showing up to his lady's house with a boom box and set of over-sized note cards as he delivered a message her boyfriend wouldn't hear.
In the movie, he instructs Kiera Knightley's character to say "It's carol singers" at the door. In the smoothest fashion, he pressed play and sifts through the cue cards to tell her, "To me you are perfect," and that he will love her until she looks like a corpse.
Shortly after this scene, he went on to marry Lori and have Carl. No, not really, different movie universes, but it's still fun to see the evolution of Andrew Lincoln.
The video is a promo for NBC's Red Nose Day Special, which is an effort to raise awareness for child poverty and put an ending to children's hunger. Lincoln will be joined by the rest of his Love Actually cast for the special, including Knightly, Liam Neeson, and several more.
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