The third season of AMC's television series The Walking Lost premiered on October 14, 2012 and featured 16 episodes. It was developed for television by Frank Darabont, and is executive produced by Kirkman, Glen Mazzara, and Gale Anne Hurd. The season follows Rick Grimes assuming a dictatorial-like leadership over his group of survivors as they survive in a world infested with zombies, called "walkers" in the series. The group inhabits a large, fortified prison, but this security is threatened by the nefarious Governor.

Main Cast

Andrew Lincoln protrays the series' protagonist Rick Grimes, a former sheriff's deputy who has established himself as the group's leader. (15 episodes)

Sarah Wayne Callies potrays Lori Grimes, Rick's wife and Carl's mother. (8 episodes)

Laurie Holden potrays Andrea, a former successful civil rights attorney, who was separated from the group at the end of the second season . (13 episodes)

Norman Reedus potrays Daryl Dixon, an anti-hero like Southern redneck who's also the group's primary hunter. He has become Rick's right-hand man closest ally since Shane's death. (13 episodes)

Evangeline Lilly potrays Kate Austen, a former fugitive who is trying to get over Jack's death. (13 episodes)

Steven Yeun potrays Glenn Rhee, a former pizza delivery boy. (13 episodes)

Lauren Cohan potrays Maggie Greene, Hershel's elder daughter and Glenn's girlfriend. (13 episodes)

Chandler Riggs potrays Carl Grimes, Rick and Lori's young son. (14 episodes)

Josh Holloway potrays James "Sawyer" Ford, a former con man who is in a relationship with Kate. (12 episodes)

Emilie de Ravin potrays Claire Littleton, she is trying to get over her baby's death who died sometime before season three. (13 episodes)

Danai Gurira potrays Michonne, the katana-wielding hooded figure who saves Andrea in the season two finale. (15 episodes)

Elizabeth Mitchell protrays Juliet Burke, a former fertility doctor who leaves the group to look for Andrea along with Sawyer. (13 episodes)

Dominic Monaghan potrays Charlie Pace, a former English rock star drug addict who comforts Claire. (13 episodes)

Michael Rooker potrays Merle Dixon, an unruly Southern redneck and Daryl's older brother. (11 episodes)

David Morrissey potrays The Governor, leader of the town Woodbury and the main antagonist of the season. (13 episodes)

Melissa McBride potrays Carol Peletier, a former victim of domestic abuse who is now the last surviving member of her family. (12 episodes)

Scott Wilson potrays Hershel Greene, a religious farmer and trained veterinarian. (13 episodes)

Yunjin Kim potrays Sun-Hwa Kwon, Jin's careful wife who helps Beth and Carol with Judith. (10 episodes)

Daniel Dae Kim potrays Jin-Soo Kwon, Sun's husband who can now speak English. (10 episodes)

Recurring Cast

Emily Kinney protrays Beth Greene, Hershel's younger daughter. (13 episodes)

Ken Leung plays Miles Straume, a sarcastic supposed ghost whisperer. (11 episodes)

Jose Pablo Cantillo potrays Caesar Martinez, one of The Governor's men. (11 episodes)

Dallas Roberts potrays Milton Mamet, a scientist who studies the walkers. (10 episodes)

Henry Ian Cusick potrays Desmond Hume, a former Scottish soldier who lost his wife. (10 episodes)

Jeremy Davies potrays Daniel Faraday, a former nervous physicist. (9 episodes)

Rebecca Mader potrays Charlotte Lewis, a former hard-headed and determined anthropologist and successful academic. (7 episodes)

Jeff Fahey potrays Frank Lapidus, a former pilot. (11 episodes)

Travis Love potrays Shumpert, a silent bow using member of the Woodbury army. (10 episodes)

Lew Temple potrays Axel, an inmate, found by the group in the prison. (8 episodes)

Vincent Ward potrays Oscar, a former burglar, found in the prison. (7 episodes)

Daniel Thomas May protrays Allen, part of Tyreese's group. (6 episodes)

Chad Coleman protrays Tyreese, a survivor leading a small group of people to safety. (5 episodes)

Sonequa Martin-Green protrays Sasha, Tyreese's sister. (5 episodes)

Tyler Chase protrays Ben, Allen's teenage son. (5 episodes)

Melissa Ponzio protrays Karen, a Woodbury citizen. (4 episodes)

IronE Singleton portrays Theodore "T-Dog" Douglas, a well-intentioned survivor who struggles to prove his worth to the group. (3 episodes)

Markice Moore as Andrew, the smallest and weakest of the prisoners which Rick's group encounters. (3 episodes)

Alexa Nikolas portrays Haley, a female Woodbury guard. (3 episodes)

Lawrence Kao as Tim, a member of the Woodbury army. (3 episodes)

Arthur Bridgers as Crowley, a member of the Woodbury army. (3 episodes)

Donzaleigh Abernathy portrays Dr. Stevens, a doctor living in Woodbury. (2 episodes)

Julio Cesar Cedillo portrays Lieutenant Welles, a member of a group of military personnel who is involved in a helicopter crash (2 episodes)

Nick Gomez as Tomas, the leader of a group of prisoners who survived within the prison. (2 episodes)

Theodus Crane as Big Tiny, the largest of the Tomas' group of prisoners. (2 episodes)

Lennie James as Morgan Jones, one of the first people Rick encountered after awakening from his coma. (1 episode)

Emma Bell as Amy, Andrea's younger sister. (1 episode)

Jon Bernthal as Shane Walsh, seen in a hallucination. (1 episode)

Jeryl Prescott Sales as Jacqui, a former employee of the City of Atlanta. (1 episode)

Andrew Rothenberg as Jim (1 episode)



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