Details about Dillahunt's role are being kept under wraps, but he is a huge fan of the Walking Dead universe.
In addition to The Mindy Project, Dillahunt can also be seen in Fox's X-Men spin-off show The Gifted as well as the TBS comedy anthology The Guest Book.
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The recall also includes Sonic Smart Wheels scooters sold only in Louisiana, Drone Nerds hoverboards sold only in Florida. The first warning issued by CPSC took place in May 2017, not long after the fatal incident.
Dillahunt joins Fear the Walking Dead as the series looks to repopulate its ranks after a third season that killed off Cliff Curtis' male lead Travis Manawa as well as Mercedes Mason's Ofelia Salazar.
Garret Dillahunt has joined the cast of Robert Kirkman's prequel series as a regular for its forthcoming season. "Thank you. If not Negan, then something else someday", Dillahunt wrote on Twitter at the time.
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Also, Governor Scott Walker signed Act 62 into law this weekend which removes the state's age restrictions on mentored hunts. Instead, the state is requiring hunters to register their deer either on line or over the phone by 5 p.m. the next night.
AMC's Fear the Walking Dead is bringing in a superfan for season four.
Dillahunt's involvement in Fear the Walking Dead comes at a crossroads in the show's evolution. The open ended nature of the finale acted as a soft reboot of sorts, as exiting showrunner Dave Erickson made way for incoming team of Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, who are reportedly set to shift locales to Houston, following new villain Proctor John (Ray McKinnon), as he and his crew attempt make a go of it in what's left of the fallen city. Season three ended with the fate of almost everyone on the show - save for star Kim Dickens' Madison - up in the air after a big explosion.
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