British actor Lennie James might currently be starring on the new AMC series 'Low Winter Sun,' but that doesn't mean that he won't be reprising his other AMC role. The actor, speaking to Access Hollywood, revealed that he was open to returning to 'The Walking Dead.'
“Yeah, sure. I’ve had nothing but a good time while I was there and ‘The Walking Dead’ family and Andrew Lincoln and everybody down there have been really good to me and good for me, so of course I’d go back," he said. “I have a lovely time there and [if] they keep writing me stuff that’s like [what] they’ve done in the past, then who would turn that down.”
James previously appeared as the character Morgan in two episodes of the zombie series. He first appeared in the series premiere, "Days Gone Bye," in which he and his son Duane helped the newly awakened Rick survive his first days in the zombie apocalypse. He didn't appear again until the third season episode "Clear" (the season's best, by many's reckoning), when Rick once again met Morgan, who had lost his son and had been driven mad by the loss. Though Morgan hasn't appeared on the series since, it certainly seems like there's a good chance he might appear again (maybe in season 5?).
James, whose other TV credits include 'Jericho' and 'Human Target' (as well as AMC's 2009 miniseries 'The Prisoner'), currently stars on 'Low Winter Sun' as the morally dubious cop Joe Geddes.
'The Walking Dead' is slated to return for its fourth season Sunday, Oct. 13 at 9/8c on AMC.