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Michael Koske


Michael Koske's first role was in Breck Eisner's 2010 remake of George A. Romero's The Crazies. Cast as a solider, Koske got the acting bug and hasn't looked back since. Being a Georgia resident helped his career, due to the Film and TV growth of productions being filmed in that state beginning in 2009, as he lived in close proximity to many of the shows being filmed there.

Michael started as a featured Walker on The Walking Dead in 2011 and remained one of Greg Nicotero's favorite Walkers, along with his good friend Gregory French. The two was asked by Nicotero to teach the Walker Class since hundreds of Walkers would be added to the show as the series progressed. Koske played a Zombie in the 2013 film Level 7 before moving onto other series including The Originals and Sleepy Hollow. Being of small frame and not minding to wear prosthetic makeup, he became a staple for creature feature roles.

In feature films, he has been a part of some of the biggest films in the past few years with his role as a humanoid in The Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, which again allowed him to act with his good friend from the Walking Dead; Michael Rooker who played Yondu in the film. Koske has had parts in Goosebumps (2015,) Captain America Civil War (2016) and in Pitch Perfect 3 (2017.)

His convention appearances are perfect for Horror Cons, Pop Cons and Comic Cons due to his diversity in film and tv roles.




The Walking Dead (featured Walker 2011-2014)

The Originals

Sleepy Hollow

Feature Film:

Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2 

Captain America: Civil War

Goosebumps: The Movie


The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Pitch Perfect 3

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