Michael Cudlitz as Sgt. Abraham Ford

Where Else Have I Seen Them?

This gentleman and I sincerely mean that as he is one of the nicest guys you could ever meet at a convention, started out his career a long time ago, and has had roles in just about every major TV show imaginable. It’s Memorial Day, so you probably figured out we chose Sgt. Abraham Ford himself, Mr. Michael Cudlitz.

Michael has had a massive career in some of the biggest shows and movies around. We’re going to give you a small taste of them here, and maybe trigger a flashback or two.

Movies
1992: A River Runs Through It
1993: Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
1996: D3: The Mighty Ducks
1997: Grosse Point Blank
1998: The Negotiator
2006: Running Scared
2008: Sex Drive
2009: Surrogates
2013: Cesar Chavez
2017: The Trustee

 

TV

This list will be huge! Here are the shows that Michael has guest starred on:
21 Jump Street, L.A.Law, Step by Step, Growing Pains, Picket Fences, ER, Renegade, Party of Five, Touched by an Angel, NYPD Blue, Home Improvement, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Chicago Hope, Walker: Texas Ranger, Six Feet Under, The Practice, 24, JAG, Nip/Tuck, CSI: Miami, Prison Break, CSI: NY, Bones, Lost, CSI, and Knight Rider(Reboot).

Told you he was in a lot, and now for the shows besides The Walking Dead where he was a featured actor:

1992-1993: Beverly Hills, 90210
2001: Band of Brothers
2006-2007: Standoff
2009-2013: Southland

And, a little bonus for you, Michael has also voiced characters in a few video games including:
Call of Duty’s 2 and 4 and Modern Warfare 1,2 and 3.

There are also a lot of other shows and movies where you can catch Michael, so keep your eyes peeled, and let us know where you’ve seen him, or if you have any convention stories! You can follow Michael Cudlitz on Twitter here.

Gene Grasso

Ever since his first viewing of Star Wars at 3 years old in 1977, Gene has been interested in all things nerd. Podcaster by day, writer by night, fan everytime, there is nothing in the pop culture world that Gene doesn’t enjoy.

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