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Jon Bernthal juggling new projects, family
Wednesday - 11/28/2012, 9:27am  ET
By STACEY PLAISANCE
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - His character was killed in AMC's "The Walking Dead" TV series last season, but actor Jon Bernthal says he still enjoys settling on the couch Sundays to watch the latest installment of the zombie series.
Bernthal played deputy Shane Walsh on the show.
The show offers a moment of down-time for Bernthal, who these days is juggling TNT's television series "L.A. Noir" and filming of "The Wolf of Wall Street," a Martin Scorsese film about Wall Street corruption also starring Jonah Hill, Leonardo DiCaprio and Matthew McConaughey.
Adding to the busy time for Bernthal and his wife, Erin Angle, is the expected birth of their second child in February.
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