FYIG recently had a quick chat with actor Moses Moseley about his small role on The Walking Dead and Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories. Read on to learn more!
Looking at your filmography, it’d seem you gravitate towards horror. Fair to say?
I have inadvertently been drawn to horror. Growing up I always loved watching horror movies, so I can’t complain.
And is there a character you’ve enjoyed playing the most in the genre?
That’s a tough question honestly I’ve enjoyed every character I’ve been blessed to play so far. I’d say my favorite and most rewarding to date was portraying one of the Pet Walkers on Walking Dead.
How was the experience of working on The Walking Dead?
It was a lot of fun and hard work, but I learned so much from working on that production. Everyone was really down to Earth and made me feel happy to be there.
Do you agree that the small screen is producing better fare than the big screen these days?
In recent years I have to say that small screen has been producing a lot of high quality shows especially with the integration of companies like Netflix and Hulu. The big screen always manages to produce a lot of quality products as well.
If you had a choice, which would you prefer to be doing – TV or film?
I enjoy working on both, but if I had to choose it would be TV.
Tell us about Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories and how you got involved?
I really enjoyed working on Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories. I actually met the writer and producer P.J. Stark at a convention I was guest appearing at a couple years ago and I happened to see him again the next year at another convention. While there he asked me if I would be interested in working on one of his movies and I said sure. He then sent me the script and after reading it I was completely sold.
Could you relate to your character?
I definitely could relate to my character of Steven. You can tell he is concerned about his friend but he is a slight jerk at the same time and I’ve been known to be the same way with my friends.
What’s next for you? More horror? More Walking Dead?
I’ve been working on a number of movies and TV shows that are set to release soon and I’m always auditioning for new productions. Even though I love horror, I’m always on board to work on a different genre. If I get an opportunity to comeback on Walking Dead, I’m definitely there!