“They’ll kill us all at some point.”

It’s weird. People say I’ve become like Daryl. I am Daryl. I’m not playing Daryl so much as I am Daryl. I do things differently than Daryl and I say things differently than Daryl, but I’m so living that character. I really care about these people. Not just the cast, but everybody. We’re a family and I’d do anything to keep that together and safe. I’d really take a bullet for almost all of us. I’m feeling it as I’m doing it. I’m learning and growing as a man. The responsibility is heavy. And the show… they’ll kill us all at some point. My own mortality… I’m living it.
Norman Reedus, Horror Hound [magazine] (Sept/Oct 2014)

Q & Andy: Norman Reedus by Andy Warhol.

ANDY WARHOL: Where were you born?

NORMAN REEDUS: Hollywood, Florida

WARHOL: What did you have for breakfast?

REEDUS: A mini watermelon and coffee.

WARHOL: Are you a good cook?

REEDUS: I can poach an egg pretty well.

WARHOL: What would be your ideal role?

REEDUS: Jef Costello in Le samouraï (1967).

WARHOL: How do you keep your good looks?

REEDUS: Watermelon, chocolate, motorcycles, cats.

WARHOL: When do you get nervous?

REEDUS: Every single day.

WARHOL: How do you fight off all the groupies?

REEDUS: I try not to.

WARHOL: How come you didn’t become an inventor?

REEDUS: I invent people all the time.

WARHOL: What are you reading right now?

REEDUS: The Bikeriders by Danny Lyon.

Source: http://www.interviewmagazine.com/culture/andy-warhols-interview-interview-savannah-film-festival-2014-norman-reedus/#_