Melanie Lynskey revealed that her husband secretly joined The Last of Us as a stuntman. The 45-year-old actress made a guest role in the series as Kathleen, the leader of a group of revolutionaries in Kansas City. Its story ends in a major conflict as the survivors are attacked by a swarm of clickers, the show's name for the dreaded ancient humans who are now infected by a parasitic fungus and stalk their victims with sound. But as it turns out, Melanie's real-life husband, actor Jason, was one of those clickers and even fired at her in a scene in episode five. According to the actor, being a stuntman has always been "a lifelong dream" for Jason. Cameo Melanie Lynskey revealed that her husband, Jason Ritter, was secretly appearing as a stuntman on The Last of Us. Talking about Jimmy Fallon, he said "He was a stuntman. He trained with stuntmen. And he did all these great stunts. 'It's like a lifetime dream where she gets her makeup done and gets off the ground and falls off. I shot him once!' Fallon later shared a behind-the-scenes photo of the couple in Ritter's full-on make-up, and Melanie responded "too romantic". The married actors had previously worked together when Jason made a guest appearance on the Hulu true crime drama Candy, in which Melanie co-starred with Jessica Biel. Jason will also have a little-known guest role on the upcoming season of Yellowjackets, which will air its second season next week on Showtime. Melanie came in after she told model Adrianne Curry that her body type didn't look like a 'post-apocalyptic dictator'. Adrianne, 40, winner of the first season of America's Next Top Model in 2003, shared a photo of Lynskey from a magazine photo shoot, saying, "Her body says luxury living... not a post-apocalyptic warlord." Where is Linda Hamilton when you need her?' Referring to the portrayal of Sarah Connor in Hamilton's The Terminator series. While Adrianne eventually deleted the tweet, Melanie took to Twitter in self-defense. 'Romantic' Melanie, 45, 'shot' Joel and Ellie with this vindictive leader - and even her Husband Tense Its story ends with a massive gunfight, the survivors being attacked by a swarm of clickers. The show's name comes from the dreaded ancient humans, who are now controlled by a parasitic fungus mutated by global warming. First, he made it clear to his 167,000 Twitter followers that the photo Adrianne chose was not from The Last of Us, adding that he doesn't need to be 'muscular' to be a squire. “First of all, this is a photo from my cover shoot for InStyle magazine, not a photo from HBO's The Last Of Us,” Lynskey began. "And I'm playing someone who meticulously planned and executed the overthrow of FEDRA." I have to be SMART, ma'am. I don't have to be muscular. That's what servants are for,' he finished. While Curry deleted the original tweet, he continued to defend it against many people searching for it. "Correct my tweet that it has a perfect hourglass frame that I don't associate with warriors." Actors who see character criticism as personal attacks are mind-blowing,' said Curry. In response to another fan, Curry said, "I'm not allowed to say that I don't find the fictional character believable because of his soft voice, small build, and curvy nature." fictional. Not real.' Also in another tweet, "Next, Jason Mamoa will find my critique of his portrayal of AQUAMAN and put me in my shoes with a powerfully written tweet about why he IS the perfect Arthur Curry." Action Melanie's real-life husband, actor Jason, was one of those clickers and even shot at her in a scene in episode five. While Curry has continued to defend his tweet since it was deleted, Lynskey opened up in a few tweets why he's excited to be working on The Last Of Us. “Apart from working with creative geniuses that I respect and admire, what excited me the most about making #TheLastOfUs was that my casting suggested the possibility of a future where people started listening to their best ideas,” he began. Not the coolest or the toughest person. Organizer. The one who knows where everything is. The person doing the planning. A person who can multitask. The decisive one,' he added. 'Women, especially women in leadership positions, are constantly scrutinized. His voice is very high. His voice is very low. He cares too much about how he looks. He doesn't pay enough attention to how he looks. He is very angry. “Not angry enough,” Lynskey continued. “I was excited by the idea of ​​playing a woman who, in a desperate and tragic time, jumped into a role she never planned to have and that no one else planned her to have, and then she really got the job done. ,' he added. “I always wanted it to look like it should have a notebook on it. I wanted it to be feminine and soft-voiced, and that everything we were told was 'weak'. Because to be honest, it,' Lynskey proclaimed. "I understand that some people are angry that I'm not the typical cast for this role. That's exciting for me. The most exciting part of my job is breaking expectations, except for the moments after the action is called, when you actually feel like you're in someone else's body," he added.