The Walking Dead fans are much familiar with Ross Marquand’s character, Aaron, in the series.
With his growing popularity, fans have started searching for his real-life details.
Marquand was born on August 22, 1981, in Fort Collins, Colorado.
He realized his interest in acting at the age of nine when he played a small part in a church pageant.
Then, he joined Boy Scouts America and started impersonating celebrities at campfire ceremonies.
He graduated with a BFA degree in theater performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Afterward, he moved to LA and obtained his first break playing an Oscar-winning actor, Paul Newman, on AMC’s Mad Men.
He joined The Walking Dead cast in 2015 during the fifth season to play the recurring role of the series’ first gay male character, Aaron.
He has been series regular since season 6.
Rumors about the prominent actor being gay have been circulating on media, but he doesn’t give a fuss to those claims.
On the third season of The Walking Dead, we saw Ross’s love interest, Eric, get shot with a bullet and later turn into a walker.
The audience was left heartbroken and his character was left with no love.
Coming back to reality, Marquand has not given the slightest of hint about his relationship status.
Even though he is active on Instagram and Twitter accounts, he has never shared pictures of his past or current girlfriends.
In 2013, Ross posted a photo of him with a statue of Wyldestyle from The Lego Movie calling her his girlfriend.
It was one of his humorous answers to the curious audience.
This can mean he's single, but it’s hard for his millions of fans to digest the fact that the handsome hunk is missing out on a romantic relationship.