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|Continuity:||The Walking Dead|
|Known relatives:||Merle Dixon |
|1st appearance:||Walking Dead: Tell It to the Frogs|
The younger brother of Merle Dixon and the loner of the Atlanta group, he eventually forms a close friendship with Carol Peletier and becomes the right-hand man of Rick Grimes though their relationship becomes strained in the ninth season due to Rick not killing Negan and allowing the Saviors to join their community.
- Not to be confused with real-world Australian economic and investment writer Daryl Dixon.
- The character of Daryl Dixon was created by director Gwyneth Horder-Payton and writers Charles H. Eglee and Jack LoGiudice based upon concepts developed by Frank Darabont and Robert Kirkman.
- Daryl Dixon is exclusive to the continuity of The Walking Dead television series and did not originally have a counterpart in The Walking Dead comic book title by Image Comics. However, series creator Robert Kirkman has stated that due to the popularity of the character on the television series, he intends on introducing him into the comics as well.
- Actor Norman Reedus, was voted one of three breakout TV stars to watch in 2011 by Entertainment Weekly readers' choice, owing largely to his performance in season two of The Walking Dead. 
- Norman Reedus' other film and television roles include playing a character named Jeremy in 1997's Mimic, a vampire familiar named Scud in 2002's Blade II and Josh Rollins in 2009's Messengers 2: The Scarecrow. His TV credits, outside of The Walking Dead, include two episodes of Charmed where he played a character named Nate Parks and the "Cigarette Burns" episode of Masters of Horror where he played a movie theater projectionist named Kirby Sweetman.
- Preferred weapon: Crossbow
- Is not above eating squirrels for sustenance.
- Began wearing the severed ears of walkers he has destroyed following his harrowing incident in a ravine while searching for the lost Sophia.
- His attitude towards people of other ethnicities is unclear, though he does not appear to harbor the same racist tendencies as his older brother, Merle.