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There is mounting evidence of actor Steven Yeun's character Glenn being Negan's victim on AMC's "The Walking Dead."

It was announced recently that Yeun had joined the cast of "Okja," the latest movie from filmmaker Bong Joon-Ho. The science fiction movie will be shot in South Korea, Canada and the U.S., and according to the Hollywood Reporter it will be made in both English and Korean.

This means Yeun will be away from Georgia for a considerable amount of time just as "The Walking Dead" cast and crew return to start production of Season 7. Yeun's lengthy absence from the set would prove to be a problem if the actor was part of Season 7, but it would totally make sense if his "The Walking Dead" character was killed off in the Season 6 finale.

The cast and crew of the zombie apocalypse drama have been mum about who dies in the Season 6 finale, with many saying they are in the dark with regard to Negan's victim. But this was proved to be untrue by Tyler James Williams, who played Noah in Season 5 of "The Walking Dead." In an interview with Entertainment Weekly Radio the actor revealed he knows who dies in the finale and this information was given to him by the current actors on the show.

"Oh, yeah, of course. We all still speak and they kind of keep me up to date and stuff on what's going on and all of that...." Williams said. "You have to understand [showrunner Scott M Gimple] knows everything seasons and seasons out, so people knew, but we can't say anything. No one can say anything. So it's actually better to say that we don't know."

"The Walking Dead" Season 7 will begin production shortly, and a casting call for Ezekiel has already been made, reported the Spoiling Dead Fans. Find below the casting call for the character:

African American, 40s. An eccentric, charismatic, and kind leader. He projects a regal air of confidence and wisdom to his people, and he enjoys the respect they give him because of it. To an outsider, his deliberate dress and mannerisms might seem theatrical, and to a degree, they are...RECURRING GUEST STAR SEASON 7 (TOP OF SHOW), MULTIPLE YEAR SERIES OPTION