The eighth and final season of Fear the Walking Dead reintroduces Troy Otto (Daniel Sharman), a man thought to have died in season 3. What might seem like an absurd storyline has been an exciting addition to the series’ final episodes. What else has Sharman starred in?
Troy shocks Madison (Kim Dickens) by appearing alive in season 8. She believed she killed him when she bludgeoned him with a hammer in season 3. His unconscious body was last washing away in the flood waters of the Gonzalez Dam.
He has been hunting Madison down to seek revenge for the fall of the Broke Jaw Ranch, his family home, and for leaving him for dead. The series’ most recent episode revealed that he has a very personal reason for wanting to take away Madison’s home. He is the father of a child, Tracy, whose mother was supposedly killed by Madison.
Sharman does a great job portraying a villain in season 8. Hopefully, this continues for the remaining episodes on Sundays on AMC and AMC+.
What else does Daniel Sharman star in?
Sharman’s first feature film, The Last Days of Edgar Harding, saw him cast as a musician. In 2010, he starred with Mickey Rourke, Kellan Lutz, and Henry Cavill in Immortals, and in 2012, a horror movie, The Collection.
He portrayed a werewolf named Isaac Lahey in MTV’s Teen Wolf series, which also stars fellow TWDU actors Seth Gilliam and Melissa Ponzio.
In 2017, he was cast in a lead role as Lorenzo de’ Medici in Medici: The Magnificent. The series was limited to two seasons, of which Sharman starred in both. More recently, he can be seen in Cursed, a Netflix original fantasy adventure series, and a movie, Every Man for Himself.
In 2023, he was cast in an 80s crime thriller, A Town Called Malice, a Sky original series. Set in Spain, the series follows a crime family, the Lords, whose reign in the criminal world has expired. When the youngest of the family moves to Spain with his girlfriend to avoid jail time, his family decides to join, upending their plans to remain out of trouble.
IMDB has two new films listed for Sharman, a sci-fi dystopian story, The Fix and an animated film, Good Morning It’s the Cops.