'The Walking Dead' actors among Hollywood celebs visiting Israel

Handful of actors arrived in the Holy Land for week-long trip.

December 28, 2016 15:04
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Sonequa Martin-Green and husband Kenric Green of 'The Walking Dead' on their way to Israel. (photo credit: INSTAGRAM)


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A pair of actors from the hit television series The Walking Dead were visiting Israel with a group of Hollywood types this week.

Among those visiting were Sonequa Martin-Green, who portrays Sasha on the AMC series and her husband Kenric Green, who plays Scott in the show's sixth season.

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Lost and Dexter actor Mark Pellegrino, actress Meagon Good and her husband entertainment personality and preacher DeVon Franklin, and Korean-American actor Daniel Dae Kim were also part of the delegation.


Leaving my prayer in the Western Wall of #Jerusalem. Hope it's not too late. ☮️❤#AmVoicesInIsrael

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The trip was said to have been orchestrated by America's Voices in Israel, a group that organizes week-long visits to Israel for prominent media personalities, journalists along with religious and political leaders particularly from the Latino and African-American communities.

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