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  • Carol continues to be devastated by the death of her son Henry. Haunted by loss and to further guard herself, Carol left her husband Ezekiel. She is in a push/pull state of wanting to separate from everyone and everything, and seeking revenge on the mother that took her child. What is she capable of doing in order to erase the events of her past? What more is she willing to leave behind and how might her actions affect the ones she loves?

  • A veteran commercial, voice, and television actress, Melissa McBride began her acting career in Atlanta, Georgia, shortly after graduating college. She made her prime-time network television debut guest starring in a two-part special of Matlock, opposite Andy Griffith.

    McBride’s additional television credits include Walker, Texas Ranger; Dawson’s Creek; American Gothic; and Profiler. Her television movie credits include Living Proof, with Harry Connick Jr.; Pirates of Silicon Valley, with Noah Wyle; and A Season in Purgatory, based on the book written by Dominick Dunne, with Patrick Dempsey. McBride has also starred in several commercial spots.

    McBride’s film credits include The Mist, directed by Frank Darabont; Lost Crossing, directed by Eric Blue; and The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, directed by Peter Care and produced by Jodie Foster. McBride also stars as Krista in the independent film The Happys. Also starring Janeane Garofalo, written and directed by Tom Gould and John Serpe, the film received several accolades including the Durango Film Festival Jury Award; the Anchorage International Film Festival Audience Choice Award; and the Rhode Island International Film Festival Alternative Spirit Award. McBride was also the voice double for Anne Bancroft in the animated feature Delgo.

    In the music scene, McBride played Lucy, the messed-up dressed-up waitress opposite Martin Sheen in Diamond Rio’s music video It’s All in Your Head. In addition to her on-camera and voice acting, McBride has worked behind the camera as a commercial casting director.

    For her performance as Carol in The Walking Dead, McBride garnered a Critics’ Choice Television Awards nomination and four consecutive Saturn Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, in which she won twice. McBride also won Entertainment Weekly’s EWwy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama.