A member of Tracy Jordan’s entourage is looking to branch out.
Grizz Chapman (Grizz on “30 Rock”) told The Hollywood Reporter about what he’s doing, including a scheme to make it on “The Walking Dead.”
"I could either be on the Governor's team, I could be on Rick's team, or I could be a seven foot zombie who never dies,” Grizz said. “We could do it this season."
Chapman hasn’t had any contact with the creative team of “The Walking Dead,” but said he talking about it with star Steven Yuen.
Chapman said he runs into trouble getting work sometimes because of his size.
“(They tell me) ‘we don’t know how to market you or you’re too big.' Or, ‘We have one of you already'" he said while rolling his eyes. "But you don’t have one of me already; you don’t have a seven foot, lovable guy. You don’t have that."
Chapman is also working on a pilot about a father and son detective duo. The pilot has not yet been bought by a network.
Chapman will also feature in a Jono Oliver’s drama “Home,” which will appear in festivals this fall.