Fans of The Walking Dead, or more specifically Lauren Cohan, may want to pick up December’s issue of Women’s Health magazine. The woman who plays Maggie Greene on the hit AMC television show will be featured on the cover of the magazine as well as have an interview and several provocative photos.
The folks over at the New York Daily News have already gotten their hands on the issue and shared a couple of the quotes from the Women’s Health interview. Of those, one was particularly interesting.
Lauren Cohan was asked how working on The Walking Dead has positively had an impact on her life. Here is how she answered:
"“I feel like the show has given me fear!” Cohan said."
As a viewer of The Walking Dead, I can totally understand that. There are many positions that the characters have been put in that would be absolutely terrifying to even think about. Lauren Cohan continued, explaining how the fear helps her everyday life:
"“We have dealt with things every single day on this show that make the rest of life seem really, really calm,” she explained. “I think … that (it) gives me a real appreciation for when things are normal.”"
I bet it does. It’s strange to think how normal it must be on the set of The Walking Dead to see simulated death, mutilation and carnage. Yet, after filming, all those actors have to return home and live normal lives.
But just how normal can things be once you’ve seen hundreds and maybe thousands of simulated kills? That’s the question that should be asked.
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