Norman Reedus Talks Biting Fan, Prank War This Week On Late Night Circuit

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Norman Reedus made the talk show rounds like a zombie-killing boss this week to promote The Walking Dead (as if it needed promoting).

Along the way, Norman Reedus was kind enough to share two hilarious stories.

On Jimmy Kimmel Live, Norman Reedus gave his version of the famous biting fan story from December of last year.

Norman Reedus said, "We took a picture, right? She started off—she came out and said, 'Sometimes I like to pretend we're married.' And I went, 'Oh, OK. Cool.'"

He continued, "And to tell you the truth I was so tired at the point I didn't really register she said that."

Then he said she began shaking and howling, then "came down and bit me on the breast, the chest."

He continued, "I kind of went, ‘Ow,' and Michael Rooker was there and he went, ‘What the f—k was that?' And then a couple of nice officers tackled her to the ground."

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He added, "She was escorted out and she came outside and she goes, 'What happened?' And then they said, ‘Ma'am you just bit Norman,' and she goes, 'I did?'"

Wow. So funny!

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On Wednesday night, Norman Reedus gave James Corden a glimpse into the ongoing (one-sided) prank war between him and Andrew Lincoln.

Apparently, the whole thing began when a fan sent Norman Reedus a super fancy Daryl Dixon license plate. He put it onto Lincoln’s car undetected. Lincoln drove the car for months before he noticed. Then he swore he would get Reedus back.

Norman Reedus continued, “He was trying to plot, but he’s really bad at it to be honest. So the last day of shooting for this latest season, he walked into his trailer and I’d filled it full of chickens.”

Corden remarked, “You filled his trailer full of chickens? Hold on, you were trying to get him back for something he hadn’t done yet?”

What do you think of Norman Reedus' hilarious stories this week?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.