If you have already viewed "The Walking Dead" from the very beginning, you have seen a whole lot of faces that come and go.
Some have made it in all seven seasons, but others have lasted only some episodes.
While most of the celebs of "The Walking Dead" got their huge film breaks with the hit AMC display, that does not suggest you have not seen them earlier before.
Keep reading to see the earliest roles of "The Walking Dead" casts earlier than their time within the zombie apocalypse.
He's one of the only few original cast members still portraying his role in the show, along with Carl, Carol, Daryl and Morgan.
But before he took on the main character, he starred at the popular UK show "This Life," but his most superb role that put him to fame was in 2003's "Love Actually."
She played the role of Michonne, the machete-wielding fighter who won over Rick's love. She was never far away from her katana in the film.
But before her huge break as the samurai slayer in the "Walking Dead", she had roles in "Ghost Town," "Law & Order," and HBO's "Treme."
Lennie played the role of Morgan who saved Rick's life in the show's very first episode before returning seasons later to become a core member of the cast.
Before being one of the cast on "The Walking Dead," the English actor was on the "Jericho" show.
He has also played the voice of a character in the video game "Destiny" and appeared on BBC's "Civvies" about a parachute regiment.
It's very difficult to picture Norman Reedus acting anyone but Daryl Dixon. Previously, he became a fan favorite, he starred in a one famous movie.
Daryl will be back on The Walking Dead in season eight in the war against Negan.
You may recognize him from his main role in 1999's "The Boondock Saints" as the priest-avenging Murphy MacManus.
Melissa McBride has taken the role of Carol
in addition than anybody could have anticipated.
She assisted Carol dodge a bullet when the producers decided to kill off T-Dog, diverting from their main plan to say goodbye to Carol.
McBride showed off curly locks in season one in all "Dawson's Creek." She played Nina who Dawson approached at a bar.
McBride also had played roles in Stephen King's 2007 hit "The Mist" and "Pirates of Silicon Valley."
Khary Payton portrays as the Kingdom leader King Ezekiel who has grown to be fond of Carol.
Previously, he was a doctor on "General Hospital" for a brief run last 2011.
Payton has also voiced a lot of characters on famous cartoon-animated shows including "Ben 10," "Teen Titans" and a long string of "Batman" video games.
Cooper Andrews played the role of Jerry, King Ezekiel's loyal and humorous axe-wielding bodyguard.
He starred also on another AMC show,
"Halt and Catch Fire," playing as a programmer.
Andrews also played the role named Yo-Yo on "Halt and Catch Fire."
Went by the name Maggie Green in the film, she has had one of the roughest plot lines on the show. She lost her entire family and her husband also.
Lauren Cohan's previous roles weren't as somber. She portrayed a lady who made a deal with the demon when she was a teenager on "Supernatural."
She has also appeared in “Chuck” and “The Vampire Diaries.”
Maggie's husband Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) met his tragic end on the show in the season seven premiere after six long successful seasons.
He had a decent role as Sheldon's roommate on "The Big Bang Theory" before entering "The Walking Dead."
Tom Payne grew his hair out to play fan favored Jesus on "The Walking Dead."
Payne had a much shorter hair when he starred on a BBC series "Waterloo Road."
He played a stuck-up rich boy by the name
Brett Aspinall on the show.