He made headlines when he appeared in Lady Gaga's music video for Born This Way, and now Zombie Boy is back with some more Gaga-related news.
The tattooed star, who has also been featured in Vogue and whose real name is Rick Genest, is also promoting a scary new collaboration with Thorpe Park, a new live action maze called Platform 15.
The Canadian star is the face of Thorpe Park's Fright Nights as it promotes its Halloween event and celebrates the 15th anniversary of Fright Nights.
Gaga's new doll is named Zomby Gaga and has been created as part of Mattel's Monster High range, in collaboration with the singer's Born This Way Foundation.
The doll has been designed by Gaga's sister Natali Germanotta and Zombie Boy revealed his part in the new project.
He said: "So there's this new doll that is for Monster High by Mattel and my licence trademark skull face that we incorporated together for Born This Way is being used on the doll."
So, what's in store for horror fans at Fright Nights?
He said: "We have got some surprises in store for guests which will make your skin crawl."
Thorpe Park's Fright Nights run on October 8, 9, 14, 15 and 16 and then from the 21st to the 31st of October inclusive and have a PG 13 rating.