The Walking Dead's Jeffrey Dean Morgan jets back into LAX after promoting zombie hit at NY Comic-Con
He was in New York to promote his hit horror series The Walking Dead at Comic-Con at the weekend.
And on Tuesday Jeffrey Dean Morgan jetted back into Los Angeles.
The 50-year-old smiled as he made his way to an SUV waiting to pick him up.
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On his way: Jeffrey Dean Morgan was spotted leaving the terminal at LAX after jetting in from New York on Tuesday
The actor, who plays brutal killer Negan in the AMC hit, layered up in a black leather jacket, over a black and brown plaid shirt and a black T-shirt.
He teamed it with black skinny jeans and brown boots that matched the colour of the large leather holdall he was carrying on his shoulder.
Jeffrey, sporting a healthy growth of grey designer stubble, covered up with a black baseball cap and shades.
Casually dressed: The 50-year-old smiled as he made his way to an SUV waiting to pick him up
Quick getaway: The star was in New York to promote AMC's The Walking Dead at Comic-Con
With the season 7 premiere of the zombie horror apocalypse just two weeks away, he and his co-stars were out in force at Comic-Con.
They included Steven Yeun, Ross Marquand, Norman Reedus, Chris Hardwick, Michael Cudlitz, Danai Gurira and Sonequa Martin.
Season 6 ended on a cliffhanger back in April after Negan bludgeoned someone to death with a barbed-wire wrapped baseball bat.
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The question is: who else is going to make it in the first episode of season 7?
A newly released preview, dripping with blood and suspense, seemed to suggest that Sheriff Deputy Rick Grimes isn't long for this world - unless he can make a miraculous escape from Negan.
The new season hits AMC on October 23.
Baddie: Jeffrey plays the villain Negan on the hit AMC horror show
Not dead yet: From left to right, Steven Yeun, Ross Marquand, Norman Reedus, Chris Hardwick, Michael Cudlitz, Danai Gurira, Jeffrey, producer Gale Anne Hurd and Sonequa Martin-Read at Comic-Con on Friday
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