Our interview with actor Alex Hernandez is now up on our YouTube channel!

You can listen to the interview below:

Join host Ruari in this special guest interview with actor Alex Hernandez, best known for playing David Garcia in The Walking Dead Telltale Game, Lincoln Clay in Mafia III, Eli Knable in Batman: The Telltale Series, Owen Boyd in UnREAL, Isaac Ochoa and Chango in Hemlock Grove, Roberto in Millie and the Lords and Manuel in Black Box. In the interview they talk about how Alex got into acting, how Alex was originally cast as David García in The Walking Dead Telltale Game, whether Alex was a fan of the game or The Walking Dead franchise prior to his casting, what Alex was told about the character of David García initially, what it was about the character of David Garcia in The Walking Dead Telltale Game that drew Alex to the character, what Alex did to get into the character of David, the similarities that Alex sees between himself and David, Alex’s reaction when he read the script for the Season 3 finale episode “From the Gallows” including the multiple endings, the ending that Alex ended up with in “From the Gallows”, Alex’s experience developing the character of David over the course of the third season, Alex’s favourite memories from his time working on The Walking Dead Telltale Game, Alex’s experience playing Lincoln Clay in Mafia III and Alex’s upcoming acting roles and other projects.

Be sure to leave your feedback on the interview and enjoy!

By Ruari Williamson

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