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About Alycia

Alycia Debnam-Carey is an Australian actress known for Into the Storm (2014), The Devil's Hand (2014) and The 100. Alycia was born 20 July 1993 and graduated from Newtown High School of the Performing Arts in 2011.

Alycia has appeared in several TV series including Martha's New Coat, McLeod's Daughters and pilot Galyntine. In December 2014, it was announced Alycia had been cast in the lead role of Alicia Clark on AMC's new series Fear the Walking Dead.

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As Alycia puts it, tonight is the premiere of Fear the Walking Dead! The pilot will premiere tonight at 9/8c on AMC! The official Fear the Walking Dead instagram, feartwd, has been posting content updating fans on the show. Make sure to check out the lastest countdown video, one of many that has featured Alycia. In addition, check out the new behind the scenes photo, featuring Alycia and co-stars Elizabeth Rodriguez and Frank Dillane.

 

Listen to @AlyciaJasmin – #FearTWD is premiering TONIGHT at 9|8c.

A video posted by Fear the Walking Dead (@feartwd) on

 

We take some silly pictures sometimes #frankdillane @alyciajasmin #funhair #FearTWDDayintheLife @theonlyelizabethrodriguez

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Alycia also took part in an interview with Elizabeth and Frank for Access Hollywood. She talks about how her friends reacted when she told them she got the part, and it’s hilarious! Watch here!

 

Lastly, another interview with Alycia has surfaced, this one with New York Post. THERE ARE SPOILERS BELOW AND IN THE INTERVIEW, SO BE CAUTIOUS. Alycia gets to talk about FTWD and The 100! Read a few quotes below, or check out the whole interview at New York Post.

On how the story should appeal to both fans of the original show and newbies:

“These are very regular people, members of a community with regular jobs. The show becomes much more physical as it goes on, but for now it focuses on the emotional roller coaster — it’s slow in the way a drama is.”

On her potential death (SPOILERS):

Alycia has revealed that she’ll have to learn to work with weapons in the second season, so we know she survives at least until season 2. “I try not to think about it, but if it happens, I hope it’s not from a scratch where you become infected and you just die — I want it to be very dramatic.”

On if she is prepared to handle an apocalypse:

“I handle things as they come pretty well, but I’m definitely not prepared,” Debnam-Carey says with a laugh. “If things got worse, I think Australia is one of the few places that would be safe, so I’d head straight back!”

On her The 100 character vs. her FTWD character:

“They’re both very driven, and very physical roles, but because Lexa calls a lot of the shots, she has a lot of clear-cut choices. Whereas Alicia discovers things as she goes along.”

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Alycia also talked to The Wrap. Read below about Alycia’s transition from The 100 to FTWD, her character’s transition into the world of walkers, and more!

Alycia Debnam-Carey on ‘Dramatic Shift’ to ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ From ‘The 100′: I Have No Weapons, No Power!

You came to “Fear the Walking Dead” directly off of “The 100.” What was it like going from that to playing such a normal girl?
It was super weird, it was like “I have no power anymore! No weapons, no power!” But maybe eventually, Alica will be able to have her own kind of power. But yeah, it was a very dramatic shift. I’d never played a character like Lexa before, with such an iconic look and distinct wardrobe, in a different world. I love that sort of sci-fi, fantasy world, so that was a real treat to play. But this is very close to home, and this is all about family dynamics, character relationships, and I also love that. And this world, as normal as it is, is about to get very abnormal, so it’s also a little extreme.

When will we see her start to accept the reality of the situation?
In time, definitely over the season. It’s a slow burn. It’s very different from the original show, where you were thrust into this world immediately. In this, the infected look like regular people, you don’t know what they’re capable of. Everyone thinks it’s drugs, or a phase or something. She’s going to fall hard and fast. She starts off with quite a lot of hope. She’s going to get out of town, she’s got a boyfriend, she’s got a plan. And then very quickly, she’s left with nothing. So that was also very interesting. It becomes her figuring out this world, and it will also coincide with her recognizing her place, within herself, and knowing then, what she’s going to do about it.

In the early episodes Alicia hasn’t had too many zombie encounters yet, but have you gotten to do some stunts with them?
I’ve done some stunts, got some bad bruises too! I can’t say too much, but you’ll see. Everyone got their fair share to do, that’s for sure.

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Fear the Walking Dead cast members Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis and Elizabeth Rodriguez spoke to Associated Press to promote Fear the Walking Dead. The interview includes a sneak peek featuring Alycia as Alicia Clark. Watch the video below!

 

 

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New information regarding Alycia’s The 100 character Lexa, and Clarke has appeared. In addition, an interview Alycia did with FTWD co-star Kim Dickens at San Diego Comic Con has surfaced, and some new information regarding Alycia’s casting has come into light. Read more about it below.

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Will Lexa and Clarke ever reconcile on The 100? — Timothy
Alycia Debnam-Carey certainly thinks so. “Lexa will make it happen one way or the other,” she says. “It might not be an easy reconciliation, but it’ll happen. If Lexa wants something, it’ll happen.” However, letting Clarke back in her life could be hazardous to Lexa’s health. “She’s opening up a wound again,” Debnam-Carey says, noting that Lexa will have a great entrance in season 3. “What happened last time when she was emotionally available, her lover was killed. It’s a very dangerous position to be in, but at the end of the day, she’s only human and she’ll have that human emotion.”

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Countdown to Fear the Walking Dead: Kim Dickens & Alycia Debnam-Carey

Debnam-Carey: So I’m playing Alicia, which is the same character name, spelled differently though. She’s the golden child as Kim said. Frustratingly with ease, she’s succeeded in school, and she’s got a real future all planned out. She’s got a beautiful boyfriend, she’s going to Berkeley. She’s ready to get out of Los Angeles. It’s is a little bit of fractured home, dad’s passed away and brother’s gone off suffering addiction and I think she’s just ready to leave that drama. She’s got high hopes and that’s what makes the destruction of all of this so sad for her because she loses a lot.

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Fear the Walking Dead EP on Working to Deliver a Satisfying Spinoff / Prequel

IGN: At the center of the show, you have Cliff and Kim. Can you talk about the casting of Alycia [Debnam-Carey] and Frank, as Kim’s kids? Because this family unit is obviously integral.

Erickson: We got lucky. Alycia had done a pilot for AMC a while ago and she worked with Greg [Nicotero]. We went through the process. They read. Frank was in London. We saw him on tape and he just had a wounded quality I found interesting. Alycia, you talk to her off camera she’s incredibly vivacious and buoyant and she feels like a teenager sometimes and when she’s on screen, she has this poise and this calm and directness and that’s kind of who this character was. Then we flew everybody in for chemistry reads and when they read together for the first time, it was one of those things where there was something there. I believe that they were brother and sister. I believed that they were emotionally invested in each other. It was just going through, having to look at a lot of people. Alycia did get in early because she was someone they liked at AMC.

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A new comic con interview for Fear the Walking Dead has surfaced, this one by TV Guide! Check it out below:

 

A new look at Fear The Walking Dead has been released on AMC’s official YouTube channel. Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd, and cast and crew members introduce the characters of the new series! Watch below:

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To prepare for the Fear the Walking Dead premiere this Sunday, Alycia recently participated in an international press junket in Los Angeles. A few interviews have surfaced, along with pictures. You can read highlights from the multiple interviews below. Photos from the press junket can be viewed here.

Onscreen siblings poised to be Next Big Things

On her character’s potential death: “If I die, I just want a good death, make it dramatic. I feel like we have a little bit of time. The first season was only six episodes, but you’re right, there seems to be a little bit of a theme at the moment, killing off main characters, so no one’s really safe.”

On a zombie apocalypse: ”I think I’d be okay. I say that with such confidence right now in the comfort of the Four Seasons Hotel. I’m good at being stealthy and hiding. I feel like I’d be swift on my toes and wouldn’t be easily caught by a zombie.”

Companion series ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ takes audiences on a different journey

On her character: “The hard thing with her is that she comes from a very fractured family. She has a plan. She is going to get herself out of the situation and she’s ambitious, she’s smart, she’s got alot of hope and she is ready to start her life, but of course when this happens she is left with nothing and she falls very quickly and very hard.”

Executive producer Dave Erickson and actress Alycia Debnam-Carey discuss ‘Fear the Walking Dead’

On the feel of the show: Well I thought that – admittedly when I first like heard about the role, I was sort of like, I don’t know, are zombies really my thing? And my first impression was like, do you know Halloween Horror Nights in Universal City? They do this thing and it’s like yeah and you like willingly go and get yourself scared by like zombies and stuff and so the whole time I was just like adrenaline, anxiety and I was like, no. So my interpretation was like, do I want to do that every day? But then what drew me so much to this script is that they are regular people and that these are – you attach to the characters so quickly and the relationships and you are really rooting for them way before it becomes a life and death situation. And I think that that’s so important because I am a fan of the original show. It did take me a little bit of time to really find an attachment to some of those characters whereas this one I mean immediately loved the dynamics. I really appreciated that.”

 


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