Walking Dead TV star is coming to Chichester

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STAR of The Walking Dead series David Morrissey is to speak at the University of Chichester about a career in the world’s most popular film and television programmes.

The actor and director will take centre stage on as part of the launch of the institution’s new creative and digital technologies courses.

Mr Morrissey will be speaking about the role of the Governor on the apocalyptic US show and his lead in BBC drama The Missing.

The talk, on March 7 at 5.30pm, has been organised as part of the launch of the university’s creative and digital technologies degrees.

The university hopes to bring big and small screen stars in to meet students.

Mr Morrissey will be talking about his career with Dr Adam Locks before taking questions from the audience.

It starts at 5.30pm, is free for the public but seats must be reserved by contacting Tracy Vine at t.vine@chi.ac.uk.

It will be held in the ShowRoom on the University’s Bishop Otter campus in Chichester.

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