5. Steven Yeun – Glenn Rhee
At that point: Steven was born in Seoul, South Korea. Furthermore, his family moved to North America when he was a kid. He was a student of psychology in college and his folks thought that he’d seek a vocation in law or medicine. However, he had an enthusiasm for acting and moved to Chicago to pursue his passion. He got a gig with Second City before migrating to Los Angeles. After featuring on Dead, he’d had various roles in shows like The Big Bang Theory and Law and Order: LA. Nevertheless, his greatest break took place when he bagged the role of Glenn Rhee.
Presently: Yeun has juggled various projects after turning into a staple of the little screen. This includes a couple cameo TV roles in American Dad!, Drunk History and a regular part in Voltron: Legendary Defender. He’s likewise made appearances in movies like I Origins and Joon-ho Bong’s Okja.
6. Lauren Cohan – Maggie Greene
At that point: Even though Lauren Cohan was born in the U.S., her family migrated to the U.K. when she was in her teens. Subsequent to studying drama in college, she propelled her vocation with movies like Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj and Death Race 2. Furthermore, she gained some genuine career growth with a role in Supernatural and a brief, though memorable spell on The Vampire Diaries.
Presently: Apart from depicting one of the most-shipped couples of the apocalypse, Cohan has been occupied in the offseason by featuring in a horror movie titled The Boy. She also had a small role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.