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Nothing is known about this man's life prior to or as the outbreak began.
He is seen in the streets chatting with Mr. Jacobson.
He is among the townspeople enjoying the barbecue being hosted in Woodbury and listens to The Governor's toast. Later that evening, he enters the Arena and cheers on the gladiator fight.
He is seen talking to Mr. Jacobson in the street and later walking down the street as Andrea and the Governor are talking.
The morning after Rick's group invades Woodbury to rescue Maggie and Glenn, the man is among the terrified residents trying to flee Woodbury. However, the gates are locked by the guards and he starts complaining with the other residents. He also witnesses Richard Foster being attacked and killed by several zombies that broke into town.
This man chats with other residents on the sidewalk in the background as Andrea asks Milton to help her sneak out of Woodbury so she can go to the prison to try to establish a truce between the prison group and Woodbury.
As ordered by the Governor, he is among the residents to turn in his gun to Martinez.
This man is part of the Woodbury army that goes and attacks the prison. He is seen riding in the back of the truck with Martinez. He later flees from the prison into the woods alongside two other survivors where they were killed shortly thereafter of unknown causes.
- Killed By
After fleeing the Prison during the counterattack, this man flees into the woods alongside two other residents where they died due to unknown causes. It is more than likely he was devoured by walkers.
This list shows the victims this Woodbury resident has killed:
- Possibly a few zombies
- "Walk With Me" (No Lines)
- "Killer Within" (No Lines)
- "Say the Word"
- "Hounded" (No Lines)
- "Made to Suffer" (No Lines)
- "The Suicide King" (No Lines)
- "I Ain't a Judas" (No Lines)
- "Welcome to the Tombs"
- While not having an official name, the actor confirmed that he named his character Eric, as he was informed he fit the description of James Steagal (who at the time was known as Eric) from the Comic Series.
- While his actor confirmed that he, along with two other citizens, were not directly killed by the Governor as they fled through the woods, the casting director informed all extras that all Woodbury citizens are to be considered dead, despite whether or not they appeared in the Season 3 finale being gunned down by The Governor.