Daniel Sharman
Daniel Sharma, pictured here attending the Puma and Arsenal Football Club reveal event on July 29, 2016 in California, has been cast in AMC's “Fear The Walking Dead” Season 3. Getty Images/Ari Perilstein

After battling werewolves on two supernatural series, Daniel Sharman has decided fight the undead.

Sharman, who is best known for playing Isaac Lahey on MTV’s “Teen Wolf” in seasons 2 and 3, will star in AMC’s “Fear The Walking Dead.” The 30-year-old English actor will play a character named Troy in Season 3 according to TheWrap. Troy is described as a man having a wild temperament and who is often suspicious of outsiders. He is charismatic but also has a cruel streak.

Sharman has also starred in The CW’s “The Originals,” PBS’ “Mercy Street” and the 2011 film “Immortals.”

READ: 5 major spoilers of “FTWD” Season 3 that we learned from photos and synopsis.

Season 3 of “The Walking Dead” spinoff is currently filming in Mexico and is expected to release sometime this year on AMC.

Last season ended with Travis, Alicia and Madison fleeing a posh hotel after Alicia stabbed Andres (Raul Casso). They decided to go to the border in search of Nick after receiving information about his location from a dying Alejandro (Paul Calderon).

Meanwhile, Nick led the colonia and Luciana (Danay Garcia) across the border to a refugee camp only to find men in military attire shooting at them. Luciana was shot and Nick became unconscious. The Season 3 photos suggest that the couple are alive but definitely not in a good place.

FTWD” stars Kim Dickens as Madison Clark, Cliff Curtis as Travis Manawa, Frank Dillane as Nick Clark, Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alicia Clark, Mercedes Mason as Ofelia Salazar and Colman Domingo as Victor Strand.

The AMC series is executive produced by Robert Kirkman, writer of “The Walking Dead” comic series, Greg Nicotero, Gale Ann Hurd and David Alpert. Dave Erickson serves as the showrunner.

“Fear The Walking Dead” Season 3 will air sometime this year. An official premiere date has yet to be announced.