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Robin Lord Taylor

The Penguin!

Robin Lord Taylor is an American film & television actor and director, known for AcceptedAnother Earth andWould You Rather. He stars in the television drama series Gotham as Oswald Cobblepot, The Penguin.

Taylor has appeared in several acclaimed television series, such as The Walking Dead, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Good Wife and Person of Interest. He had a recurring role as "Darrell, the Late Show page with the fake British accent" on Late Show with David Letterman. He played Abernathy Darwin Dunlap in Accepted. He appeared in such independent films as Would You Rather, Cold Comes the Night, and Another Earth; the last of which won the Alfred P. Sloan Prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Taylor's performance as Cobblepot has been described by Esquire as a "standout performance of the first episode…disarming and multilayered", by The Wall Street Journal as "a passionate performance ... [who] "steals the show", and as "spectacularly cast as the Penguin".

 

Robin will only be appearing on Saturday starting at Noon and all day Sunday!

Jason Mewes

Jay

Jason Mewes is most widely known as the never-silent half of the cult heroes Jay and Silent Bob, first appearing in 1994’s Clerks and moving on with the ever-growing popularity of Kevin Smith’s subsequent films Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Clerks II, and the upcoming Mallbrats and Clerks III. He also has a small role in the second film in Smith’s True North trilogy, Yoga Hosers.

In addition to his ongoing role as the hilariously inappropriate ying to Silent Bob’s yang , the Jersey native has also appeared in a variety of indie films, television roles and video game voiceovers. To name only a few, Jason has appeared in the films Pauly Shore is Dead, National Lampoon’s TV: The Movie, Gone Baby Gone, Bitten, Breath of Hate, Silent But Deadly, Noobz, Devil’s Tower, The Last House, The Night Crew, Deet N’ Bax Save Th’ World, and Book of Fire. He has also worked on several television series, most notably Vigilante Diaries and Todd and the Book of Pure Evil. Jason has also performed several voiceover roles such as Jay and Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie, the animated seriesClerks, and a brief role in the videogame Scarface. Jason can be seen in the upcoming series What Would Trejo Do with Danny Trejo. He will also appear in Shooting Clerks, Run For Roxanne, and Halloweed.

The ongoing podcast with Kevin Smith, Jay and Silent Bob Get Old, was established in February of 2007 and has continued to rise in popularity.

Michael Rooker

Merle Dixon / Yondu

Michael Rooker is an American actor best known for his turn as the blue-skinned alien Yondu Udonta in 2014’s top grossing film Guardians of the Galaxy, a role he will reprise in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. He is also well known as the character fans loved to hate on AMC’s worldwide hit television show The Walking Dead, Merle Dixon. Rooker is a part of Kevin Smith’s View Askew universe, appearing in the cult hit Mallrats and reprising his role as Mr. Svenning for the upcoming sequel, Mallbrats.

Rooker has thrilled fans for decades with complex portrayals of characters audiences can’t help but cheer on despite their dark personas. He made his film debut in 1986 playing the title role in Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, a film based on the confessions of serial killer Henry Lee Lucas. He has since appeared in numerous films including Mississippi Burning, Sea of Love, Days of Thunder, JFK, Cliffhanger, Tombstone, Rosewood, The 6th Day, Jumper, and Bolden!. Rooker also has a prolific relationship with writer/director James Gunn, appearing in the Gunn-helmed productions Slither, Super, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, and the upcoming film The Belko Experiment which Gunn wrote and produced.

He has guest starred on several TV shows including Stargate SG-1, CSI: Miami, Las Vegas, JAG, Numb3rs, Law & Order, Chuck, Criminal Minds, Psych, Burn Notice, and Archer. He added his voice talents to Activision’s video game The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct. Rooker’s voiceover work in video games includes Mike Harper, the lead character in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, and the villain Vikke inLollipop Chainsaw.

Rooker, who has eight brothers and sisters, was born in Jasper, Alabama and studied at the Goodman School of Drama in Chicago, where he moved with his mother and siblings at the age of thirteen, after his parents divorced.

Rose McIver

iZombie

A natural talent, with a striking presence and undeniable energy, Rose McIver is one of Hollywood's most vibrant young actresses.

McIver can currently be seen as the lead in Rob Thomas’ (Veronica Mars) series for the CW, iZombie. The supernatural crime procedural, based on the DC Comics title of the same name, centers on Liv (McIver), a medical-student-turned-zombie who takes a job in the coroner's office in order to gain access to the brains she must reluctantly eat so that she can maintain her humanity. However, with every brain she eats, she inherits the corpse's memories. With the help of her medical examiner boss and a police detective, she solves homicide cases to quiet the disturbing voices in her head. The show is currently in its second season.
Rose was previously seen on the Showtime critically acclaimed series, Masters of Sex, starring Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan. She played ‘Vivian’ the daughter of Provost Barton Scully (played by Beau Bridges) and Margaret (played by Alison Janney). She also had a recurring role as ‘Tinkerbell’ in the ABC series, Once Upon A Time.
Additionally, she starred in the Lifetime movie Petals on the Wind, the sequel to the very successful movie, Flowers in the Attic.
On the big screen, Rose was last seen starring in the film Brightest Star as ‘Charlotte’ the romantic lead, opposite Chris Lowell as well as the independent film Blinder as the female lead opposite Jack Thompson and Anna Hutchinson.
McIver is most known for her starring role in the multi-award winning Dreamworks film The Lovely Bones, directed by Peter Jackson and starring opposite Mark Wahlberg and Rachel Weisz.
McIver’s first significant role was at the young age of three, where she played an angel in the Oscar winning movie The Piano. At sixteen, she landed the lead in a television series called Maddigan’s Quest.

She is based in Los Angeles, but often goes back to New Zealand, which she also considers home.



Tim Rose

It's a Trap!

Tim Rose was born on July 17, 1956 in Pittsfield, Illinois, USA. He is known for his work on Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983), Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) and The Dark Crystal (1982).

Sean Gunn

Guardians of the Galaxy

Actor and writer Sean Gunn is best known for his role on Gilmore Girls as the quirky Kirk Gleason. Sean’s first film was in Troma Films’ Tromeo and Juliet where he played Sammy Capulet. He’s worked alongside his brother, writer and director James Gunn, on The Specials, Super, the video game Lollipop Chainsaw, and he provided motion capture for numerous roles as well as portraying Kraglin in the Marvel Universe film Guardians of the Galaxy. Sean will reprise his role as Kraglin for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Sean’s gone on to have roles on shows such as Any Day Now, Brutally Normal, Angel, Inside Schwartz, DAG, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Going to California, Yes, Dear, Andy Richter Controls the Universe, October Road, Glee, Bunheads, and Bones. Sean’s film credits include Stricken, The Auteur Theory, Pearl Harbor, Jesus, Mary and Joey, Pants on Fire, The Giant Mechanical Man, Who the F is Buddy Applebaum, and The Education of Eddie and Mortimer. He will also appear in Po, Absolute Peril, Geezer, and The Belko Experiment.

Seth Gilliam

Teen Wolf / TWD

Walking Dead fans will recognize Seth Gilliam for his memorable role as ‘Father Gabriel Stokes’ – one of the current Alexandria-based survivors. Others may recognize him as ‘Dr. Alan Deaton’ on MTV’s hit series “Teen Wolf”, or ‘Sgt. Ellis Carver’ on “The Wire”. Seth has also appeared in such TV series as “The Good Wife”, “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, “Law & Order: Trial by Jury”, and “Oz” (as ‘Clayton Hughes’). In cinema – genre fans will remember Seth for his role as ‘Sugar Watkins’ in the 1997 cult classic “Starship Troopers”. He can also be seen in such films as “Courage Under Fire”, “Did You Hear About the Morgan’s?”, “Tar”, and “Personal Velocity: Three Portraits”.

Malcolm Goodwin

iZombie

Malcolm Goodwin is an actor, director, and producer known for “American Gangster”, “Leatherheads”, and “Mississippi Damned”. Malcolm was unforgettable as ‘Shea Daniels’ on A&E’s “Breakout Kings”. Malcolm also has guest starred on: “True Blood”, “House of Cards”, “Bones”, “Blue Bloods”, “Elementary”, and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”. Malcolm is currently cast as ‘Detective Clive Babineaux’ on CW’s newest hit series, “iZombie”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Kel Mitchell

All That!

Two-time Emmy Award-nominated Kel Mitchell stars as Double G, an impulsive and unpredictable billionaire rapper. He becomes a business partner in Babe and Kenzie’s gaming company and with their help rediscovers his love for games. Hailing from the Windy City of Chicago, Ill., Mitchell began his acting career at a young age and won several awards for his career for the Nickelodeon breakout hits “All That” and “Kenan and Kel.” Recently, Mitchell began doing standup comedy, and is on a nationwide tour preparing for his one-hour special. Mitchell’s voiceover credits include voicing “Jay Jay” on the Nicktoon’s series Wild Grinders, and “Tiny Pea” on the cartoon series VeggieTales. Other acting credits include TRU TV’s Friends of the People, Cartoon Network’s Loiter Squad, TV One’s Love That Girl Disney’s Liv & Maddie and the Nickelodeon series Sam & Cat and The Thundermans. Mitchell has written and directed a faith-based anti-bullying film, and has also directed several music videos.

Mike Edmonds

Logray

Mike Edmonds was born on January 13, 1944 in Chelmsford, Essex, England. He is an actor, known for Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) and Time Bandits (1981).

Bruce Boxleitner

Tron

In 1982, Boxleitner was cast as the title role in Disney's cult film TRON which garnered him science fiction fans worldwide. However, it was in Boxleitner's four-year run for CBS's 'Scarecrow and Mrs. King', starring opposite Kate Jackson, which endeared him to fans everywhere and made him a household name. In 1994, Boxleitner joined the cast of the popular TV series Babylon 5 as John Sheridan, President of the Interstellar Alliance, a war hero-turned-diplomat at the helm of Earth Alliance Space Station in the year 2259. The show aired for five seasons.

Boxleitner most recently starred with Jeff Bridges in TRON: Legacy, the popular motion picture sequel to TRON. The cast includes Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde. In addition, Boxleitner reprised his role in TRON: Uprising on Disney's XD TV network, his first animated TV series. The multi-talented cast includes Elijah Wood, Mandy Moore, Lance Henriksen, and Paul Reubens. The original TRON recently celebrated its 30th anniversary.

 

 

 



Cathy Munroe

Zuckuss

Cathy Munroe was born as Catherine Munroe. She is an actress, known for playing Zuckuss in Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

Bill Hargreaves

IG88

William Robert Hargreaves, was born 24th July 1954. His full time career in the film industry began on "Alien" as a prop maker in 1978. Then he went on to "The Empire Strikes Back" in 1979 as supervising prop maker with only two others in his department.  Many memorable characters like IG-88, B’omarr Monk and EV-9D9 and many others from the Star Wars Galaxy were created by Bill and his team at Elstree Studios.

Following ESB Bill worked on "American Werewolf in London" in 1980, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" 1981, then back to building droids in 1982 on "Return of the Jedi,” known then as "Revenge of the Jedi." Bill has been very lucky to have had a long and varied and very happy career on many great productions, his last being in 2014 on "Edge of Tomorrow" starring Tom Cruise. 

Chris Parsons

4Lom

Chris Parsons is an actor who portrayed K-3PO and 4-LOM in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back when he was 18 years old. In addition, Parsons acted as C-3PO's double and stand-in in Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi.

Alan Harris

Bossk

Alan started working in the entertainment business many years ago, originally as a model and then went on from there to work in films and has been in some of the most successful movie franchises of all time.

 

This includes ' James Bond - The Living Daylights ', ' Hellraiser ' and 4 films from the ever so popular Star Wars Saga ( ' Star Wars Episode I - The Phantom Menace ', ' Star Wars Episode IV - A New Hope ', ' Star Wars Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back ' and Star Wars Episode VI - Return of the Jedi ' ).


Alan has also worked on TV and can be seen in quite a few episodes of the cult favourite sci-fi show ' Space -1999 ' .

 

 

 

 



Brian O'Halloran

Clerks

Brian O’Halloran, first-generation American son of Irish immigrants, was born in New York and moved to New Jersey at the age of 10. He discovered his love for acting at age 15, and became active in theater in high school and college.

In 1994 he appeared in Kevin Smith’s Clerks, but continued to work as a stage actor with the Boomerang Theatre Company, the New Jersey Repertory Company, and the Tri-State Actors Theatre, among others. While filmingClerks II, Brian also appeared as Reverend Parris in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible at Holmdel Theatre Company.

Brian has been seen in many other Kevin smith films, including Dogma, Chasing Amy, Mallrats, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. The title role in the 2000 film Vulgar was specifically created for him. Brian has also been seen in The Happening, Miss December, Bloody Slumber Party, and Flea. Kevin Smith recently announced that Brain will reprise his role of Dante in Clerks III; he will also appear in the upcoming Mallrats sequel, Mallbrats. His other upcoming projects include Hindsight 2020, Shooting Clerks, Off-Time, and Bad Frank.

Scott Schiaffo

Clerks

Scott Schiaffo is an actor/musician best known to independent film fans as the Chewlies Gum Guy from Kevin Smith’s 1994 independent cult classic Clerks. Schiaffo has appeared in several feature films as well as many shorts since his big screen debut in the seminal cult comedy Clerks.

Schiaffo and his Clerks cast mates were featured in Season 3 of Comic Book Men EP 11 “Pinheads”.

He was featured in the View Askew produced – Lions Gate distributed motion picture Vulgar, again playing opposite Clerks staple Brian O’Halloran. Vulgar enjoyed a controversial run in art house theaters on both coasts, and the film has since gone on to become a cult classic.

Scott has additionally appeared in films alongside Michael DeLorenzo in The Garden State, and Selma Blair in The Broccoli Theory.

Other film credits include playing the lead, Detective Mike Tobin, in New Artists Productions LingerLinger was an audience favorite at the Big Apple Film Festival. Scott can also be seen in Shooting Clerks and Dog and the Dead Guy.

 

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Marilyn Ghigliotti

Clerks

Marilyn Ghigliotti is best known for her role as Veronica in Kevin Smith’s cult classic Clerks (1994). Since then she’s gone on to film Get a Job, Dead and Gone, Alien Armageddon, and Geek USA. Ghigliotti has performed in several short films including Bad Hair Day, Dig, Negotiations, Roadkill, and #Rip. Soon she will reprise her role as Veronica in Kevin Smith’s Clerks III.

Her TV credits include Totally Sketch, Disorganized Zone (web series), and Life with Kat & McKay. Ghigliotti appears in Starship: Rising, Lake Eerie, Neighbors, Dracula’s War, Beautiful Nightmare, Shooting Clerks, andWitchula. When Ghigliotti isn’t in front of the camera, she can sometimes be found working hair and makeup for various projects. Currently she lends her voice to several audio books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Guest Terms & Conditions

 

All guest appearances are confirmed but guest schedules are always subject to change. We will NOT guarantee appearances but we will always try to tell you in advance of any changes to the guest line-up.

 

Most guests will charge a nominal fee for autographs and those fees are at the sole discretion of the particular guest in question. In general they will range from free all the way up to $75 per autograph. We DO NOT set, monitor or control pricing of autographs.

 

All guests are scheduled to appear all three days unless noted but signing times may vary. These times are set almost on the fly as demand dictates. (i.e. if a star has no line, they may take lunch and when the line builds up, they may come back..)

 

Photos are also at the sole discretion of each guest. Some may allow in booth photos, others may not.

 

Froggy's photos will be on site for professional photo ops this year, most of the celebrities will be available for these at a cost of $25 and up per 8x10 - A full schedule of photo ops and information on how to purchase phot ops will be available by mid February 2017. Please stay tuned!