I can't give away too much, but I can tell you that this is unlike any other role I have ever played. I pretty much make everyone uncomfortable -Jordan Woods-Robinson
ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) February 14, 2018
Jordan Woods-Robinson, the actor who played one of 'The Walking Dead' s most beloved characters Eric, ended his role last fall as the AMC show entered into it's 8th season. That departure had fans seeking out his social media pages asking the actor when they would be able to see him again on the big screen.
While filming 'The Walking Dead', Woods-Robinson also appeared in the recurring role of 'Randall St. Clair' on CMT's 'Nashville', on the TNT drama 'Good Behavior', and in the thriller 'Solace' opposite Sir Anthony Hopkins and Colin Farrell, but it's his riveting guest star role on the much anticipated Season 7 of Showtime's 'Homeland' that will no doubt satisfy the fans of the humble actor once again.
When asked about the upcoming role on 'Homeland', starring Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin, Jordan said "I can't give away too much, but suffice it to say that this is unlike any other role I have played. I pretty much make everyone uncomfortable."
Jordan can be seen Sunday, February 18 on 'Homeland' on Showtime. For more information on Jordan Woods-Robinson please email stephanie(at)stephaniechristie(dot)com.