It's no secret by now that The Walking Dead's Ross Marquand is an incredible impressionist. In fact, it's part of what helped him land the role of Aaron on the AMC series. It come as a surprise, though, to hear Michael Cudlitz has the same talent up his sleeve and can knock out a Sylvester Stallone impression like nobody's business.
Put Marquand and Cudlitz on a panel at San Diego Comic Con together and you practically get a Rocky and The Walking Dead crossover. After panel moderator and Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick asked Marquand to bust out his best Harrison Ford, the impression games began and Marquand and Cudlitz ended up riffing with one another in character as Mick and Rocky as though they were dealing with Negan's Saviors.
Just watch for yourself below.
Marquand's and Cudlitz's futures with The Walking Dead are both up in the air from a fan perspective. Both actors found their characters at the mercy of Negan's brutal eenie-meenie-minie-moe game to cap season six. It may have been fun and games time at Comic Con a couple of weeks ago but nobody will be making jokes when The Walking Dead returns for its seventh season.
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