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David Walmsley stars in "Of Kings and Prophets" on ABC as Joab. He previously starred as Rick Macy in BBC America's post-zombie apocalypse drama "In the Flesh," which won the BAFTA award for Best Television Mini Series in 2014.

British actor David Walmsley trained at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he appeared in stage productions of "Summer Folk," "Hands Across the Sea," "When Five Years Pass," "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "Tipping the Velvet," "King Lear," "The Pajama Game,"
"Agamemnon," "The Way of the World," "Mountain Language," "Free State" and "The Seagull." Since graduation, he has performed in "War Horse" at the National Theatre in the West End and "The London Merchant" at the Theatre Royal Bury St. Edmunds.

On UK television, Walmsley was seen in an episode of the long-running BBC soap opera "Doctors." He also was heard in the radio production of "Tom Jones," directed by Jane Morgan.

On the big scree, Walmsley can be seen in the remake of "Ben-Hur," alongside Jack Huston and Morgan Freeman.

Walmsley enjoys singing, performing acrobatics, scuba diving and juggling.

Zombie Drama in the Flesh Season 2 Premiere Date Set for May

Luke Newberry and David Walmsley in "In the Flesh" 'In the Flesh' Season 2 Finds Undead Re-Entering Society — Premiering Saturday, May 10, the sophomore season of the BBC America series triggers unrest amongst Partially Deceased Syndrome (PDS) sufferers when measures are enacted to oppress them. Read more...
Luke Newberry and Riann Steele in "In the Flesh" Undead Liberation Army Rises for 'In the Flesh' Season 2 — Premiering Saturday, May 10, the sophomore season of the acclaimed BBC America zombie miniseries reignites the world of teenager Kieren Walker, a PDS (Partially Deceased Syndrome) sufferer who continues in his struggle to find acceptance. Read more...
'In the Flesh' Season 2 Begins Filming — The six-part zombie thriller is set to return on BBC America in 2014 as part of Supernatural Saturday. Read more...

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