Could you imagine The Walking Dead without Danai Gurira in the role of Michonne?
Yeah, we think it's fair to say that most of the show's fanbase could not.
Yet, with a few different decisions from Gurira, we may have had to entertain the possibility of someone else playing Michonne.
"A year before, I had a TV job being offered to me that wasn't where my heart was," she said in a recent episode of PBS' Breaking Big series.
"If I had taken it, I never would have been available to audition for Michonne."
While the actress did not go into specifics about the other role that, she did open up about what drew her to The Walking Dead in the first place.
"What I loved about The Walking Dead was that it felt like a war zone," she said.
"It felt like you could take out the zombies and replace it with a society that collapses.
"When I watched it and read the graphic novel and started to research Michonne, she felt like one of the women I'd researched during my time creating Eclipsed and what I'd researched when I was looking at Liberia."
"She felt like a woman of war," she continued on the TV show, comparing her character to the "women in Liberian war, [who] turn themselves into their own weapon, into their own army, and find a whole different kind of strength in themselves, as a result."
Michonne debuted on the AMC hit back in 2012, and has appeared as a series regular since. Her recent storylines have involved her getting romantically involved with Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln).
The character is resourceful and is highly skilled when it comes to taking down the walkers.
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