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The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln Surfs Costa Rica

Costa Rica Entertainment -He’s known for his extreme zombie-fighting skills as leading character Rick Grimes AMC’s The Walking Dead.

But Andrew Lincoln displayed moves of a different kind as he enjoyed a day of surfing in the warm waters of Costa Rica last week.

The actor, 43, took to the waves with his wife Gael Anderson and their two children Arthur and Matilda, for an adventurous vacation in Central America.

Wearing a white and black Quicksilver rash guard to protect his upper body, Andrew looked at ease as he rode the longboard into shore.

Balanced perfectly on the board, the Love Actually star sported army green swim trunks that featured bright orange and white stripes down the leg.

Thoroughly enjoying his vacation, Andrew showed off a greying scruffy beard along with unkempt brown hair.

The actor enjoyed the small sets alongside his wife of 11 years, Gael Anderson, who is the daughter of Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson.

Gael cut through waves with ease wearing a long-sleeved navy blue rash guard and blue plaid bikini bottoms.

Half of her blonde hair was tied out of her face and into a top bun so that the surfer could easily the shore ahead.

Andrew and Gael have been married since June 2006 and share two children, Matilda and Arthur.

Speaking in an interview with The Scotsman newspaper, the actor said his family is the most important thing in his life.

He said: ‘It’s family first. It makes me more efficient. Work is work time, then I come home – and there is nothing more grounding. You’re fawned over and wined and dined in LA, and you come home and have to change the nappy.’

Andrew added of his love story with former flautist Gael: ‘I saw someone that I just fell for, it was amazing. Ours is a very ordinary love story, I suppose. We met, we spent time together, and then I proposed and we got married and had children.

‘I think about my family and Gael’s, we’re a rare breed now. My parents are still together and so are hers, and I think that’s why we wanted to get married.’

By TRACY WRIGHT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

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