Winner of the 1996 Joseph Jefferson Award Citation for Actor in a Principal Role in a Play, Andrew Rothenberg is an American stage, film, and television actor who has found considerable success in all three mediums. His first appearance on the small screen came in 1993, when he guest starred on an episode of Missing Persons. Rothenberg's next role was on the Paul Haggis created drama "EZ Streets," which ran for one season and revolved around life in a small, decaying American city near the Canadian border. The show was canceled in 1997, and that same year Rothenberg was cast in the slice-of-life drama "Chicago Cab." He continued to guest star in television shows like "ER," "Walker, Texas Ranger," and "Judging Amy" throughout the late 1990s and 2000s. He is possibly best known for his performance as recurring character DEA Agent Schlatter on the hit marijuana-trafficking show "Weeds" or his role as Malcolm on the smash-hit HBO vampire-series "True Blood." In 2010 Rothenberg was cast as Jim, one of the survivors of a horrific zombie apocalypse on the AMC shoe "The Walking Dead." The show follows a police officer struggling to act as a leader to the few humans who remain living in a world that has been overtaken by zombies.