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People were pretty inspired by Deadwood thats for sure. Im always impressed these days when people recognize me from that, though. I have such a different look now. My no data hair is different in Fear the Walking Dead and of course, the show isnt a period piece. Someone saw me in the gym the other day with my cap pulled down and in http://benjaminmorganwire.denaliinstitute.org/2016/10/05/background-advice-on-establishing-major-details-for-selection-interview total gym clothes, yknow and they recognized me from Deadwood and I was like, wow, thats a really good call to see Joanie Stubbs buried in there! CS: Well, all your roles are so diverse. Physically or otherwise, I can see few connecting threads. Dickens: Yeah, well thats good, I guess. CS: When was the first time you felt the presence of FTWDs fan-base and how different is it from the Deadwood fanbase? Dickens: Oh yeah, I mean there was this huge The Walking Dead fan-base that was looking our way from the start.
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