British actor David Morrissey plays the role of The Governor in the hit AMC zombie series The Walking Dead, which is now in its fourth season of the show. With The Governor being heavily beaten in the last season, David has spoken about The Governor's mindset in The Walking Dead season 4.
Morrissey told The Hollywood Reporter, "What we see in episode six is a madman wanting to be isolated, to be on his own, not wanting to have any responsibility. But when he encounters this new family, he realizes that he can reinvent himself and his past. It can give him the opportunity to live as a different person."
He added, "He didn't want to get involved with anybody else and have to care about them, love them and have responsibility for them. He's fighting that, but he loses that battle. He has to admit to himself that he does care and he can love."
The Walking Dead season four continues on AMC in the US on Sunday evenings, while the show is aired across the Fox Network's International channels for the likes of the UK.
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