Sighting: 'Walking Dead' stars check out Second City show

The stars of “The Walking Dead” don’t do a whole lot of laughing on the AMC zombie drama, so a trip to Second City was probably a nice change of pace for the cast.

Former Second City Touring Company member Steven Yeun and his “Walking Dead” castmates -- including Larry Gilliard Jr., Michael Cudlitz, Alanna Masterson, Sonequa Martin-Green and Laurie Holden -- checked out Second City’s 102nd Main Stage Revue Saturday.

The cast was in town for Walker Stalker Con at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont.

Yeun, Masterson and Cudlitz had dinner Friday at Paris Club Bistro & Bar before heading to Hub 51’s lower level club, Sub 51, to watch Masterson’s brother, Chris Masterson, DJ. On Saturday, Yeun, Masterson, Martin-Green, Gilliard Jr. and co-star Lauren Cohan dined at Mott Street in the Noble Square neighborhood. Gilliard Jr. was spotted Friday at The Underground with co-star Chad L. Coleman (“The Wire” reunion!) and Saturday at Sunda.

“Arrow” cast members Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards and David Ramsey – also in town for Walker Stalker Con – hung out Saturday at The Underground.

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