Markice Moore

Markice Moore

Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Markice Moore moved to Atlanta at the age of 16. In 2006, Moore made his on screen debut in the Atlanta-set film "ATL" (2006). He continued to pay his bills, playing supporting roles in film projects like "Blood Done Sign My Name" (2009) as well as on TV shows such as "Army Wives" (Lifetime, 2007-2013). In 2012, Moore landed a recurring role on the hit drama "The Walking Dead" (AMC, 2010-), playing one of the former prisoners in a prison that Rick Grimes and his motel crew attempt to inhabit. He played another recurring role on the drama "Rectify" (Sundance, 2013-2016) and followed that with multi-episode arcs on "Shots Fired" (Fox, 2017), and "Snowfall" (FX, 2017-), the John Singleton led series about the crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles.


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