Norman Reedus Was a Secret ’90s Music Video Powerhouse

Matt Dekneef

Norman Reedus has kind of blown up since he was cast in AMC’s hit series “The Walking Dead” in 2010. True, he had a fringe following thanks to cult favorite The Boondock Saints, but his most visible role arrives by way of Daryl Dixon in the zombie drama.

Regardless of when they jumped on the Reedus-wagon, what is most interesting to his fans are his music video appearances. 

For instance, did you know he was in…

“Judas” by Lady Gaga (2011)

Yaaaas, Reedus, start that bar riot, yaaaaas!

A year into “The Walking Dead,” Norman was marginally famous at this point, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. His music video credentials extend way back into the ‘90s…

“Fake Plastic Trees” by Radiohead (1995)

Watch him twirl some toilet paper at 3:05.

“Flat Top” by Goo Goo Dolls (1995)

Getting cozy on a couch with a girl at 3:41.

 “Strange Currencies” by R.E.M. (1994)

Running from the law at 2:54.

“Violently Happy” by Bjork (1993)

Getting his crazy on at 2:10.

“Cats in the Cradle” by Ugly Kid Joe (1992)

Being a typical ‘90s teenager at 2:05.

“Wicked as It Seems” by Keith Richards (1992)

A good shot of him in black and white at 0:50.

We see you, Norman Reedus. We see you.

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