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This article is about the actor. For other pages with the same name, see: Michael

Michael Cudlitz is an American director and actor who portrayed Abraham Ford in AMC's The Walking Dead. He has also been a director for the show since Season 9.[1]

Biography

Michael Cudlitz was born on December 29, 1964, in Long Island. He grew up in New Jersey along with his parents in a jewish family.

He became interested in acting from an early age. He got his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the California Institute of the Arts in 1990. His first acting role was in the 1989 film Crystal Ball, playing Scottie.

Episodes Directed

The Walking Dead

Season 9

Season 10

Season 11

World Beyond

Season 1

Other Works

  • Southland
  • The Kids Are Alright
  • Grosse Pointe Blank
  • Sex Drive
  • Standoff
  • Band of Brothers
  • Beverly Hills, 90210
  • Surrogates
  • Dark Tourist
  • Lured Innocence

Trivia

  • He had a large mole removed from his right upper lip. The mole had previously been a signature feature of the actor's appearance.

References

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Crew (TV Series)
Showrunners Angela Kang (9-11) • Frank Darabont (1) • Glen Mazzara (2-3) • Scott Gimple (4-8)
Directors Aisha Tyler (11) • Alrick Riley (6-7) • Avi Youabian (6) • Billy Gierhart (2-3, 5-6) • Bronwen Hughes (10) • Catriona McKenzie (11) • Clark Johnson (2) • Daisy Mayer (9-10) • Dan Attias (3) • Dan Liu (8-10) • Daniel Sackheim (3-4) • Darnell Martin (7) • David Boyd (2-10) • Ernest Dickerson (1-5) • Frank Darabont (1) • Frederick E.O. Toye (11) • Gregory Nicotero (2-11) • Guy Ferland (1-4) • Gwyneth Horder-Payton (1-2) • Jeffrey January (5-8) • Jennifer Lynch (5-6) • Jeremy Podeswa (4) • Johan Renck (1) • John Dahl (10) • John Polson (8) • Jon Amiel (11) • Julius Ramsay (4-5) • Kari Skogland (6-7) • Kevin Dowling (11) • Larry Teng (8-9) • Larysa Kondracki (5) • Laura Belsey (9-10) • Lesli Linka Glatter (3) • Liesl Tommy (9) • Lily Mariye (11) • Loren Yaconelli (11) • Marcus Stokes (11) • Meera Menon (9) • Michael Cudlitz (9-11) • Michael Satrazemis (4-10) • Michael Slovis (6-8) • Michael Uppendahl (4) • Michelle MacLaren (1-2, 4) • Millicent Shelton (9) • Phil Abraham (2) • Rosemary Rodriguez (7-9) • Seith Mann (3-5) • Sharat Raju (10-11) • Stefan Schwartz (3) • Stephen Williams (6) • Tawnia McKiernan (11) • Tricia Brock (3-4)
Writers Adam Fierro (1) • Angela Kang (2-11) • Channing Powell (4-10) • Charles H. Eglee (1) • Corey Reed (5-11) • Curtis Gwinn (4) • David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick (2, 7-11) • Eddie Guzelian (8-9) • Eli Jorne (10) • Erik Mountain (10-11) • Evan T. Reilly (2-3) • Frank Darabont (1-2) • Frank Renzulli (3) • Geraldine Inoa (9-10) • Glen Mazzara (1-3) • Heather Bellson (5-6, 10) • Jack LoGiudice (1) • Jim Barnes (10-11) • Julia Ruchman (10-11) • Kevin Deiboldt (10-11) • LaToya Morgan (9, 11) • Magali Lozano (11) • Matt Negrete (4-9) • Nichole Beattie (3-4) • Nicole Mirante-Matthews (10-11) • Robert Kirkman (1-5) • Ryan C. Coleman (3) • Sang Kyu Kim (3) • Scott Gimple (2-9) • Seth Hoffman (4-6) • Vivian Tse (9-11)
Producers Adam Fierro (1) • Angela Kang (3-11) • Caleb Womble (4-9) • Channing Powell (4-10) • Charles H. Eglee (1) • Corey Reed (5-11) • Curtis Gwinn (4) • David Alpert (1-11) • Denise Huth (1-11) • Eli Jorne (10) • Evan T. Reilly (2-3) • Frank Darabont (1) • Gale Anne Hurd (1-11) • Geraldine Inoa (9-10) • Glen Mazzara (1-3) • Gregory Nicotero (1-11) • Heather Bellson (5-6) • Jack LoGiudice (1) • Jim Barnes (10-11) • Joe Incaprera (10-11) • Jolly Dale (3-6) • Julia Ruchman (10-11) • Kenneth Requa (3-5) • Kevin Deiboldt (10-11) • Matt Negrete (4-9) • Nichole Beattie (3-4) • Nicole Mirante-Matthews (10-11) • Paul Gadd (2-6) • Robert Kirkman (1-11) • Sang Kyu Kim (3) • Scott Gimple (2-11) • Seth Hoffman (4-6) • Skip Schoolnik (1) • Tom Luse (2-9)
Composers Bear McCreary (1-11) • Sam Ewing (10-11)

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