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Bob Fisher is an actor and stuntman who portrayed two National Guardsmen in Season 3, Episode 3, "Walk With Me". He portrayed two different soldiers: one in the tan-shirt who was shot multiple times in the chest as he collapsed against the Humvee, and one being the fully-uniformed survivor who tried to limp away but was gunned down by The Governor.

After growing up in Southwestern Massachusetts in the mountains, he moved to Vail, Colorado, where he excelled at skiing and concentrated on a career as a pro-skier. He trained in swift water rescue, and climbing during the summers while running heavy equipment for an excavation company to help pay the bills. After years in the Rockies, Bob moved to the South East and he started working in live stunt shows until he got his first break in film and joined SAG in 1994. He never looked back, and has spent time as a professional rigger between film and TV jobs. With 18 years in the film business, he is now also stunt coordinating film and TV shows in the Atlanta, Georgia area. With sights set forward, he hopes to continue in the film business for many years to come.

Other Works

  • Prisoners
  • The Conjuring
  • Flight
  • Ride Along
  • Footloose
  • Solving Charlie
  • One Missed Call


  • Bob Fisher is one of seventeen actors from the TV series Under the Dome to have a role on The Walking Dead.


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