Before starring as Glenn Rhee in the hit series, the star has opened up about God willing returning to the show.
As fans will know, Glenn was brutally killed by Negan in condition seven, making a comeback highly unlikely.
Glenn’s final commands were “I’ll find you” to Maggie, the mother of his unborn child, prompting adherents to speculate how he could return to the AMC series.
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, Steven state: «I will leave it open to what makes sense. I wouldn’t covet anybody to force anything but if it makes sense, then I am totally down.»
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If it makes sense, then I am unconditionally down
Steven previously said: «Part of me the feelings a little bit of pride for doing it, every character has a chance of losing the kindle of their character over time, who knows if that would organize happened, but one thing that I am sure of is that it left a lasting smashing.»
Last October it was revealed that Steven had «lobbied hard» to see Glenn die as per the clever book.
«Robert [Kirkman, author of the Walking Dead comic regulations] wrote such a messed up and incredible way to take something away to rearrange a story as impactful as it is and when you read that comic, you kinda don’t longing that to go to anyone else. It’s such an iconic moment,» he told The Hollywood Journalist.
Steven Yeun played Glenn Rhee in The Walking Profound
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The actor also gushed: «I owe The Walking Dead my whole start. I was doing sphere in Chicago, sketch comedy and improv, and then I moved to Los Angeles and that pose opened the door to let me in to the business.
«Not only did it do that but it let me have seven years of de facto honing my understanding, my skills and growing.»