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'The Walking Dead' actor Norman Reedus, executive producer turn Georgia restaurant into grocery store

Norman Reedus is the owner of Nic and Normans, a restaurant he owns in “Walking Dead Country,” with the show’s executive producer.

SENOIA, Ga. — A star from ‘The Walking Dead’ and the executive producer of the show, both in town, are doing their part for the coronavirus pandemic in Georgia.

Norman Reedus is the owner of Nic and Normans, a restaurant he owns in “Walking Dead Country,” with the show’s executive producer.

Instead of closing the restaurant during the COVID-19 pandemic, Reedus and executive producer Greg Nicotero decided to switch things up and start selling grocery items and essential supplies such as hand sanitizer and toilet paper.

The duo said it's a way to keep their employees working while giving back to the city of Senoia, where the show is filmed.

“If you need groceries and are unable to leave your home, please reach out to us via Facebook or Instagram so we can help you get what you need! We have very generous volunteers that are willing to offer free and SAFE delivery to those in need,” the restaurant offered in an Instagram post.

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