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Steven Yeun shares how he killed time with Michael Cudlitz before final 'Walking Dead' scene

By Wade Sheridan
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Steven Yeun shares how he killed time with Michael Cudlitz before final 'Walking Dead' scene
Steven Yeun arrives on the red carpet at the AMC's "The Walking Dead" Season 6 Fan Premiere Event at Madison Square Garden on October 9, 2015 in New York City. Yeun shared a comedic video of himself and co-star Michael Cudlitz before they filmed their final "Walking Dead" scene on "Conan." File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 28 (UPI) -- Steven Yeun revealed how he passed time with co-star Michael Cudlitz before they filmed their final scenes on The Walking Dead.

"You and Michael Cudlitz kinda goofing around a little bit before the last shot is that right?" late night host Conan O'Brien asked Yeun Thursday while the actor appeared on Conan.

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"That whole night took hours and we were just camping out in the makeup trailer looking super gnarly and we had to kill some time and make ourselves laugh because it was so sad," Yeun explained.

Yeun then shared the clip which featured himself as Glenn from TWD and Cudlitz as Abraham in full bloody makeup from when new villain Negan beats them to death with his barbed wire bat named Lucille in the Season 7 premiere.

"I feel fine!" Yeun says in the comedic video.

"I feel fine too!," answers Cudlitz who then begins signing.

"Let's not forget Michael Cudlitz made Abraham into one of the greatest characters on television. He's so phenomenal and I'm honored to share that with him," Yeun said afterwards.

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Also on Conan, Yeun jokingly revealed that his next gig following TWD was standing in for O'Brien on his show. The 32-year-old was then shown mocking the comedian as he addressed his audience, attempted to play guitar and make his hair stand upright.

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