Hamrick’s dream of being a “walker” for “The Walking Dead” came true two seasons ago when she was cast as an extra. (AP Photo/Brinley Hineman)
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Hamrick's dream of being a "walker" for "The Walking Dead" came true two seasons ago when she was cast as an extra by AMC, the company that produces the critically acclaimed television series.The show has filmed in Senoia, about 55 kilometers south of Atlanta, and nearby Haralson since 2012 .She became so well-known around the set that Michael Rooker, who plays Merle Dixon, warmly called her his "little walker stalker," and Andrew Lincoln, who plays lead character Sheriff Rick Grimes, would point to her whenever he saw her in the distance, Hamrick said.Despite her newfound fame, Hamrick hasn't quit her other day job: working as a walker for a tour company in Haralson that brings "The Walking Dead" to life for fans.
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