GFV9 – The Walking Dead – Interview with Amber Dawn Fox

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The Walking Dead – Interview w/Amber Dawn Fox

Jamie and Mary had a conversation Amber Dawn Fox who played Officer Bello on the first half of season 5 of the Walking Dead.

Amber is a wife and mother of three children that decided to focus on acting as a second career.  About a year ago she decided to leave a very stable accounting job to jump head first into the acting world.  All of her efforts landed her the part of officer Bello on The Walking Dead, a part in an up coming independent movie, and a role on the forthcoming television show Realm.

Amber enlightened Jamie and Mary about what life on the The Walking Dead set is like.  Amber was happy to tell us how nice and open all the cast members are while on set.  Amber was there for the tragic moment when Emily Kinney’s character Beth was killed off.  She describes what is was like to be on the set that day and the reaction of the show’s stars to losing a beloved cast member.

Amber was a great guest to speak to and we hope that she will come back in the future.

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