Undead Walking previously reported that Walking Dead actress Margot Bingham stars in the newest series from Taylor Sheridan, Lawmen: Bass Reeves. She made her appearance in the first episode, and by the fourth episode, another familiar face appeared: Walking Dead actor Chris Coy.
In season 5 of The Walking Dead, Coy portrayed Martin, a member of Terminus. He was the one who threatened to kill Baby Judith after being captured by Carol (Melissa McBride) and Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman).
He was a horrible individual who would meet his demise at Father Gabriel’s (Seth Gilliam) church during the same altercation that Rick (Andrew Lincoln) fulfilled his promise to Gareth (Andrew J. West).
Lawmen: Bass Reeves
Now Coy plays Wiley Dolliver in Lawmen: Bass Reeves, who appears in episode 4. The series, created by Chad Feehan, tells of Reeves, a former slave, who rises to become the first black US Marshall in the Oklahoma Territory. It is done in true Sheridan form, telling a compelling story featuring characters that viewers are eager to learn more about. The five-part season is based on The Bass Reeves trilogy of novels written by Sidney Thompson.
Lawmen: Bass Reeves airs on Paramount+ with new episodes weekly.
What else does Chris Coy star in?
Coy also starred in the sixth season of Lucifer and is best known for his role as L.P. Everett on the HBO series Treme. He has also starred in Banshee, The Duece, Peripheral, Women Movement, and AMC’s Mayfair Witches,
Coy starred in the first season of Apple TV’s anthology series Accused, which also starred several other TWDU actors. Lauren Ridloff, Josh Hamilton, Ian Anthony Dale, Keith Carradine, and Laila Robins also star. Coy starred in the fifth episode titled “Robyn’s Story,” which was a heavily emotional story with outstanding performances by Coy and co-star J. Harrison Ghee.