- "They were good people, all of them."
- —Bob speaking about the residents that died on the bus.[src]
Nothing is known about this survivor's life before or as the outbreak began. He may have lived in or near Woodbury before the outbreak.
This survivor is seen talking to other residents during the Woodbury barbecue.
This survivor flees the arena when it is attacked by Rick and Maggie. The next morning, armed with a wooden baseball bat, he tries to flee Woodbury with the other townspeople, but is prevented by the guards. He witnesses Richard Foster be attacked by walkers and killed by The Governor. He later listened to Andrea's speech in the streets.
He is later brought to the prison on a school bus with other Woodbury refugees, and is invited inside the prison.
The man is seen sitting in a cell after being quarantined in Cell Block A, shivering from the flu as he clutches his broken arm, having injured himself when he fled the chaos in Cell Block D.
The survivor is seen in his cell, still fighting the flu. Hershel walks by him and says he'll check on him later. Right before all the sick people die and reanimate, this survivor is locked in his cell by Hershel.
This man is seen running through the prison courtyard with another woman and manages to escape on the Woodbury bus with other survivors.
This resident was among the survivors on the bus who were killed after at least one of the passengers reanimated due to having been getting shot during the prison assault. The elderly man's corpse was mostly devoured by the zombified passengers, preventing his reanimation.
- Killed By
He was on the prison bus with all the inhabitants, he was either shot in the assualt or bitten and turned along with the survivors. After Sasha and Bob opened the door once they have found the bus, they killed all the reanimated residents that stumbled out, including this resident.
This list shows the victims this man has killed:
- Possibly a few zombies
- Denny Ainsworth, the actor who portrays this Woodbury resident, was on set for the filming of the bus scene in "Inmates", but was not included in the actual filming. The reason is that the director felt that the bus had too many prison extras on board, so several were taken off for the zombie-killing scene, including Denny. Additionally, he was too large for Lauren Cohan to push out of the bus door, so they replaced him with a smaller extra, Becky Nunnally. However, his character would still be considered dead.
- Similar to many prison extras, this character is unnamed. However, he was given several nicknames used on-set while filming, including the Shivering Man and the Coughing Man.