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'Walking Dead' Actor Chad Coleman Filmed Ranting At Passengers On NYC Subway


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Chad Coleman, an actor who has starred on ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘The Wire’ has been filmed ranting a passengers on a New York subway, during a ride on the Downtown 4 express train.

Chad ColemanColeman starred as Tyreese on the AMC series.

“I wanna know where my humanitarians are!” Coleman is seen yelling while walking up and down the carriage. The actor then tells passengers, “Yes, I am Chad L. Coleman. I am on ‘The Wire,’ ‘The Walking Dead,’ I’m not trying to play no f---ing games with you! Yes, I’m an actor! You want me on TMZ, record it.’

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2015 Garden Of Laughs Comedy Benefit

Chad Coleman - 2015 Garden Of Laughs Comedy Benefit at the Club Bar and Grill at Madison Square Garden - Arrivals at Madison Square Garden - New York, United States - Saturday 28th March 2015

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SLS Las Vegas celebrates New Year's Eve with Robin Thicke

Chad Coleman - Photographs as the Hotel and casino SLS Las Vegas celebrated New Year's Eve with host Robin Thicke at the Foxtail Nightclub in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Wednesday 31st December 2014

Chad Coleman and Pam Moran
Chad Coleman and Pam Moran
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Chad Coleman
Chad Coleman

2nd Annual PALEYfest NY Presents The Walking Dead

Chad L. Coleman - PALEYfest the interactive pop culture event New York presented 'The Walking Dead' at the Paley Center for Media in New York, New York, United States - Saturday 11th October 2014

iHeartRadio Music Festival

Chad L. Coleman - iHeartRadio Music Festival - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Friday 19th September 2014

iHeartRadio Music Festival 2014 Las Vegas

Emily Kinney, Chad Coleman and Sonequa Martin-Green - iHeartRadio Music Festival 2014 Las Vegas at MGM Grand - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Friday 19th September 2014

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Emily Kinney

From Game of Thrones to Star Wars! Chicago's Entertainment Expo Brings Together Stars and Fans of Every Walk of Life [Photos]


Natalie Dormer James Cosmo Janina Gavankar Chad Coleman Laurie Holden Ron Perlman Felicia Day

Fans dressed as Stormtroopers at Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo 2013
Fans dressed as Stormtroopers at Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo 2013

Chicago's Comic & Entertainment Expo has always brought together a diversity of stars and artists from a range of films, TV shows and comic books every year and 2013 has been no different!

Among the Spotlight Guests from this year's Entertainment category were Natalie Dormer and James Cosmo of the Emmy award winning fantasy series 'Game of Thrones' who sat in for a Q&A session on the Sunday (April 28th). Vampire drama 'True Blood' star Janina Gavankar was spotted at the Photo Op Booth where fans could get their picture taken and bag the actress' autograph. Fans of the zombie series 'The Walking Dead' got a lucky deal too with a 3 hour signing session following a Q&A from stars Chad Coleman and Laurie Holden while the Golden Globe winning Ron Perlman was available on the Saturday (April 27th) for those bursting with questions about his roles in 'Hellboy' and 'Sons of Anarchy'. Creator and star of the sitcom web series 'The Guild' Felicia Day appeared at the Expo on the Friday (April 26th) for any loyal fans willing to pay $25 for an autograph from this avid gamer.

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The Wire: Season Four Review


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By the end of season three of The Wire -- aka HBO's best excuse for staying on the air -- one could sense that the show had, in some sense of the word, come to an end. It was certainly clear for a time that HBO executives thought so, having come close to canceling the multifaceted, frighteningly addictive urban drama yet again, as it never pulled anywhere near the kind of ratings that their warhorses like The Sopranos and Sex and the City had. Although plenty of strings were left dangling at the conclusion of episode 37, "Mission Accomplished," a chapter had been definitively closed, with Avon Barksdale back in jail, and his brainy partner Stringer Belle gunned down. Since the two of them had been the impressive foils to the strung-out cops in the Baltimore Major Crimes Unit, their departure seemed to leave a vacuum. With nobody of real consequence running the West Baltimore drug trade (the Barksdales' chief rival and replacement, Marlo Stanfield, seems at first nothing more than some punk kid), what would be left that was worth watching?

More than enough, it turns out.

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