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Louis Morales is a survivor of the outbreak in AMC's The Walking Dead. During the initial outbreak, he, his father, his mother, and his sister escaped from Atlanta. They came across a camp of survivors and join their group. After the camp was overrun, the Morales family left for Birmingham, Alabama and parted ways with their companions.
Louis plays around with his sister Eliza. At the camp with his sister and mother, he awaits his father's return from doing a supply run in Atlanta with other survivors. When he returns, he, Eliza, and his mother Miranda all embrace.
While enjoying the fish feast with his family and the other survivors, walkers attack the camp, prompting Louis to flee to his parents and to the RV while the others attempt to defend the women and children.
Having survived the attack, Louis attends the funeral for the fallen survivors. While the group decides to head for the CDC, his parents speak up, saying that they have decided they are going to take their chances and head for Birmingham, since they have family that may be alive in the area. He says his farewells to the survivors and parts ways with his family when everyone leaves the camp.
- Killed By
- Unknown Cause
It's mentioned that Morales' whole family was killed. It's not known how Louis died.
Louis loves his father very much this is shown when Morales returned from Atlanta, Louis was over joyed and quickly ran into his fathers arms hugging him tightly.
Louis and his mother seemed to have a stable mother-son relationship. Not much was shown of the two together.
Louis and Eliza have a basic brother-sister relationship and were usually seen talking and playing together.
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- Louis is the only named character of the Atlanta camp who was never credited as a guest star or co-star.