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Survivors introduced in Mexico from Fear the Walking Dead:

Due to the Anyone Can Die nature of the show and quickly moving plots, only spoilers from the current/most recent season will be spoiled out to prevent entire pages of whited out text. These spoiler tags will be removed upon the debut of the following season, and the character bios will be updated then as well. Additionally, character portraits will be updated each half-season with the release of an official, complete set from AMC. If you have not seen the first four seasons read at your own risk!

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Abigail Compound

     Abigail 

Thomas Abigail

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"Will you look after him when I'm gone?"
Portrayed by: Dougray Scott

"You don’t have to care for that to which you are obligated."

Victor Strand's business partner and lover.


  • Boom, Headshot!: He gets put down by Strand, which he specifically requested before dying. This enrages Celia, who believes that walkers aren't actually dead. Thomas obviously didn't agree with her.
  • Disposable Love Interest: He's Strand's love interest and the first person he cares about after dying.
  • Dying Declaration of Love: He admits to Strand how much he loved him before dying.
  • Holding Hands: Strand doesn't let go of his until the very end.
  • Let Them Die Happy: Strand's departing words to him is another lie in the end.
  • Mauve Shirt: Gets a few moments of serious character development before dying.
  • Mercy Kill: Strand puts an end to his suffering.
  • Nice Guy: He forgives Strand for swindling him out of $36,000, welcomes dozens of people into his home during the apocalypse, is horrified by the parishioners being turned into walkers, and waits for Strand until the very end.
  • Satellite Love Interest: His character mostly revolves around Strand.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He's not a very present character, but he's the driving force behind Strand's character development and directly affects every action of his throughout the first two seasons.
  • Straight Gay: He's Strand's boyfriend and lacks any stereotypical effeminate traits.
  • Too Good for This Sinful Earth: Strand believes this, stating that the world itself was never good enough for Thomas. And considering how many people Thomas welcomed into his home during the apocalypse, it may be true to an extent.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He receives two episodes before dying.

     Luis 

Luis Flores

Portrayed by: Arturo Del Puerto

An associate of Thomas Abigail and Victor Strand.


     Celia 

Celia Flores

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"If your child was hungry, would you not feed them?"
Portrayed by: Marlene Forté

"Our dead, and they are our dead, they have always walked amongst us."

Luis' mother. A servant of Thomas Abigail's who raised him.


  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Behaves like a sweet motherly figure while being responsible for poisoning an entire church that mobilized to take on the zombies that she was keeping in her basement
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Shows up briefly in Strand's flashbacks, only to play a more prominent role in the present day.
  • Evil Matriarch: Celia rules over Thomas' estate with an iron-fist, keeps walkers in a wine cellar, punishes anyone who disagrees with her, and is directly responsible for Thomas' death due to her poisoning of the parishioners.
  • Face Death with Dignity: When Madison locks her up with walkers, Celia rolls her eyes at this as if it were nothing.
  • My Beloved Smother: Rather devoted to Thomas, to the point where many viewers thought that she was HIS mother.
  • Never Found the Body: We never actually see her as a zombie, though it's heavily implied that Griselda was standing in for her.
  • Obnoxious In-Laws: Although Thomas is technically not her son and is technically not married to Strand, she functions as one for Strand, having never approved of his relationship with Thomas.
  • Offing the Offspring: She partially raised Thomas and is directly responsible for him being bitten by a walker, which she caused by poisoning the parishioners.
  • Too Dumb to Live: She actually trusts Madison to have her back when they enter into her walker filled cellar, leaving the keys in the gate, and turning her back to her for a long time.
  • Uncertain Doom: She's last seen trapped in her own cellar with walkers, but she doesn't seem to react as if this is the end of her life. Once Daniel enters the cellar later, the walkers are not shown eating her remains and she is never found.
  • Zombie Advocate: To a more extreme extent than even Lizzie, as she is perfectly willing to murder living people in order to protect the undead.

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La Colonia/Los Hijos de la Resurrección

    Luciana 

Luciana Galvez

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Portrayed by:Danay Garcia

She is a member of La Colonia, a survivor community in Tijuana, Baja California.


  • Action Girl: One of the highly trained guards of her community.
  • Badass in Distress: She's critically wounded in the season 2 finale and as a result starts the third season needing medical attention.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: She starts to warm up to Nick and form a love for him.
  • The Dragon: To Alejandro.
  • Official Couple: With Nick.
  • Put on a Bus: Leaves Nick during season 3, and doesn't appear until the first season 4 episode.
  • Secret Test of Character: She tested Nick to see if he was good enough to earn her heart.
  • Spicy Latina: She's Hispanic and a hardened survivor.
  • Tsundere: She hated Nick at first, but grew to love him as they bonded.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Alejandro, even when he makes ludicrous decisions while under pressure.

    Alejandro  

Alejandro Nuñez

Portrayed by:Paul Calderon

A former pharmacist and the leader of the Colony.


  • Alas, Poor Villain: Slowly dies of the zombie virus infecting him while admitting that he was wrong about acting the way he did and atones for his sins before death.
  • Anti-Villain: He tries not to be a bad guy, but he does want what's best for his people.
  • The Atoner: The Season 2 finale has Alejandro buying time to save his community before his death.
  • Bald of Awesome: He's balding, but appears to be The Immune in a zombie world.
  • Big Bad Friend: He's slowly revealed to be more villainous than he seems on the surface, but Nick and Luciana view him as a hero.
  • Big Bad Slippage: He slowly descends into a villain of the story.
  • The Chains Of Command: Reveals that he never asked to be the leader of his community but took leadership anyway since he's The Immune.
  • Dirty Coward: He's too afraid to stand up against the supplier gang and refuses to take Nick's advice to fight them. Subverted in the Season 2 finale when he dies killing Marco and his bandits.
  • Dying Moment of Awesome: Despite dying of the infection, he goes down taking out Marco and all his bandits by allowing a horde of infected to swarm the community with the bandits trapped inside, killing all of them.
  • Fake Ultimate Hero: He presented himself as the immune hero in a zombie world who'd guide his town to safety, but reveals to Nick and Luciana that he was never immune.
  • I Lied: He was never immune to the virus.
  • The Immune: He was apparanently bitten by a walker and didn't turn and he has a bite mark on his left shoulder. This immunity is revealed to be a falsehood.
  • The Leader: He overwatches the Tijuana colony.
  • Mercy Kill: Madison puts him down after he tells her where Nick is.
  • Non-Action Guy: He's more of a leader than a fighter.
  • Redemption Equals Death: He ultimately dies infected by the virus, but goes out killing Marco and his bandits while giving Nick the leadership and enough time to escape to safety.
  • Zombie Infectee: In the Season 2 finale, he's infected by the virus and is slowly dying.

    Francisco 

Francisco

Portrayed by:Alfredo Herrera

A scout for the colony


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Los Hermanos

    In general 

A drug dealing gang still operating in Baja California—-

  • The Cartel: A violent gang of drug dealers of Mexican origin

    Marco 

Marco Rodríguez

Portrayed by: Alejandro Edda

The leader of Los Hermanos—-

    Antonio 

Antonio Ryes

Portrayed by: Rubén Carbajal

Rosarito Beach Hotel

    Helena 

Helena Reyes

Portrayed by: Karen Bethzabe

    Héctor  

Héctor Reyes

Portrayed by: Ramses Jimenez

    Óscar  

Óscar Diaz

Portrayed by: Andres Londono

    Andrés  

Andrés Diaz

Portrayed by: Raul Casso

    Ilene  

Ilene Stowe

Portrayed by: Brenda Strong

Brandon's group

    Brandon 

Brandon Luke

Portrayed by: Kelly Blatz

  • A God Am I: He believes he and his friends have become gods in the apocalypse. Being able to do whatever they want and not having anybody stop them with rules.
  • Asshole Victim: An utterly disgusting waste of a human being. It's doubtful that he'll be missed.
  • And Then John Was a Zombie: He briefly reanimates after being killed by Travis before getting put down by Madison.
  • Dirty Coward: He has the gall to beg an enraged Travis for mercy over his actions. It doesn't save him.
  • No Holds Barred Beat Down: He and Derek are on the receiving end of one by Travis, that ultimately kills them both. They do try to fight back, but to little success.
  • Team Killer: He and his group enforce this, if somebody can't pull their weight or don't get better after getting sick then they are killed. He has personally killed both James and Chris.
  • Villains Want Mercy: He is begging Travis not to kill him when he and Derek are being beat by him after learning they killed Chris. It doesn't work.

    Derek 

Derek

Portrayed by: Kenny Wormald

  • Asshole Victim: Just as horrid as his friend Brandon, and as a result people are just as likely to mourn his passing.
  • Chairman of the Brawl: He breaks a chair over on Travis while he and Brandon are getting beat up by him. It does little to slow him down.
  • Dirty Coward: Begs Travis for mercy when he attacks him and Brandon for killing Chris.
  • Destination Defenestration: Gets thrown through a glass door during Travis's No-Holds-Barred Beatdown on him and Brandon. This either killed him or knocked him out until he was killed for real.
  • The Dragon: To Brandon.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: He and Brandon are on the receiving end of one by Travis, that ultimately kills them both. They do try to fight back, but to little success.
  • Villains Want Mercy: Along with Brandon, he begs Travis for mercy after being confronted for killing his son. Travis refuses to comply.

    James 

James McCallister

Portrayed by: Israel Broussard

  • Game-Breaking Injury: He gets shot in the leg in his first appearance and spends the rest of his next appearance trying to recover from it. When he doesn't heal fast enough he is killed by his "friends" so they can get it over with.
  • Sacrificial Lamb: He is the first of his group to die to show just how bad they really are and how much of a bad influence they are on Chris.

Rural Baja California residents

    Elías 

Elías Suárez

Portrayed by: Gustavo Pastrana

    Gael 

Gael

Portrayed by: Edgar Wuotto
The leader of La Manas, a gang operating in Baja California
  • Beard of Evil: A bearded gang leader, murderer and drug dealer.
  • The Cartel: La Manas is one of the most feared gangs around Tijuana, Gael is its leader.
  • Devoured by the Horde: He gets spooked and drops his bullets after recognizing Nick among a zombie horde and gets eaten for it.
  • Starter Villain: He's the first antagonist that appears in the second half of Season 2.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He's killed in his first appearance.
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