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The Walking Dead: Samantha Morton ‘in trouble’ after shaving hair and eyebrows

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The Walking Dead’s Samantha Morton ‘in trouble’ after shaving off hair and eyebrows (Picture: AMC)

**Warning: This article contains spoilers for The Walking Dea. Read at your own risk.**

Samantha Morton injected life back into The Walking Dead when making her debut as Alpha just last year.

Her time on the show was short (but definitely not sweet) as she wreaked havoc on the Alexandrians – killing a handful of our favourite characters.

But while she might have terrorised viewers with her murderous ways, it was also the 43-year-old’s look that sent shivers down our spine.

With her mask made out of zombie flesh wrapped around her bald head, with black, sunken in eyes and no eyebrows, Alpha’s appearance was enough to give anyone nightmares.

And it turns out the actress is struggling in lockdown after shaving off her hair, as she’s still figuring out how to style the regrowth.

She joked about her hair regrowth with Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Picture: AMC)

When appearing on her co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s new reality show, Friday Night In With The Morgans, the mum-of-three said: ‘When they shaved my eyebrows off, I thought, “Oh, it’s fine. Whoopi Goldberg looks amazing.”

‘I do not look fine with no bloody eyebrows at all!’

The star then turned her attention to her hair, and joked: ‘My hair doesn’t know what it wants to be. It’s sticking up like Elvis, and it doesn’t know if it wants to be curly. I’m just in trouble.’

Asking viewers for help, Samantha went on: ‘If anyone watching out there has some ideas for Sammy Morton’s hair, please let me know.’

Sam starred alongside Jeffrey in the AMC hit, seeing the pair quite literally get down and dirty as their characters Alpha and Negan hooked up in the woods.

Norman Reedus has teased Samantha and Jeffrey over their sec scene (Picture: AMC)

Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl, addressed the rather toe curling sex scene when chatting with Entertainment Weekly just days after the episode dropped.

‘I do remember when that was written and I was like, “Jeff!” And he’s like, “What? What? Samantha doesn’t want to get naked so I don’t really have to get naked,”‘ he laughed.

‘And I’m like, “That’s not what I heard. I heard Samantha wants to but you don’t want to,”‘ the actor continued before adding: ‘And he’s like, “Well no, you know, I’d….”

‘He was just stumbling on his words and I was like, “You know what? I’ve been butt naked on this show several times in front of everybody!’

‘He ends up wearing this like flesh-coloured ballerina bottoms and these ballet bottoms,’ he quipped: ‘And not only that, then he’s got like a beige coloured diaper on top of that!’

The Walking Dead season 10 finale is set to drop onto AMC and NOWTV later this year.

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AMC Sets ‘Friday Night In With The Morgans’ Talk Show With ‘Walking Dead’ Star – Variety

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AMC has tapped “Strolling Lifeless” star Jeffrey Dean Morgan to host a weekly speak present together with his spouse, actor Hilarie Burton Morgan, that can originate from the couple’s farm in upstate New York.

Set to bow at 10 p.m. ET on April 17, “Friday Night time In With the Morgans” will originate from the couple’s 100-acre  unfold in Dutchess County, about two hours north of New York Metropolis. The half-hour present will function the 2 connecting by way of video streaming classes with well-known mates and different friends for conversations about life within the time of social distancing. There will probably be a robust give attention to feel-good tales and efforts to seek out pleasure and humor in unprecedented occasions. The homey environment will probably be fairly the distinction to the heavy character of Negan that Morgan has performed on “Strolling Lifeless” since 2016.

“We’ve been part of the AMC household for a very long time and are honored to create this comforting area with them,” stated Morgan and Burton Morgan. “From our house right here at Mischief Farm, we look ahead to shining a light-weight on those that are doing good on the earth, catching up with outdated mates and connecting with the superior fan base we’ve gotten to know through the years.”

AMC is proudly billing the trouble as a programming experiment in response to the calls for of the second, based on Sarah Barnett, president of AMC Networks’ leisure group and AMC Studios. The collection hails from producer Michael Davies’ Embassy Row banner, with Davies, Tammy Johnston, Brandon Monk and Steve Markowitz government producing together with Morgan and Burton Morgan.

“This actually will probably be an experiment – it’s the antidote to the overly rehearsed, overly manicured glimpse into any individual’s good life – will probably be stuffed with coronary heart, messy dialog, hardworking people who’re on the frontlines, and friends who may reveal some beforehand unknown skills,” Barnett stated. “In the end, it’s a shot at some uncooked and actual leisure that can uplift and join with our audiences.”

The collection can also be an effort to faucet into the “Strolling Lifeless” fan group at a time when AMC like different networks has felt the pinch of the coronavirus clampdown on manufacturing because it impacts the pipeline of recent content material coming to the cabler. AMC needed to delay the “Strolling Lifeless” season 10 finale episode that was set to air this month as a result of social distancing orders hampered the ultimate post-production work on the episode.

Friends set for “Friday Night time In” embody Morgan’s fellow “Strolling Lifeless” troupers Christian Serratos and Sarah Wayne Callies. Additionally on board are Mark Duplass, Jensen Ackles and doctor and Morgan household buddy Dr. Sharagim Kemp.

Burton co-starred in WB Community/CW’s “One Tree Hill” in addition to Fox’s “Deadly Weapon” drama collection. She has chronicled her transfer with Morgan and their two younger kids to the 100-acre farm about two hours north of New York Metropolis in a memoir “The Rural Diaries: Love, Livestock, and Massive Life Classes Down on Mischief Farm,” to be launched Might 5 by HarperCollins.

Morgan is repped by UTA, legal professional Stuart Rosenthal of Goodman Genow and Viewpoint. Burton is represented by APA, Genuine Expertise and Literary Administration, attorneys Jordan Manekin and Robert Strent of Grubman Shire.

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