Our 2018 Media Guest lineup is nearly complete!

Chuck Norris

Walker - Texas Ranger

Chuck Norris is an international television and film star and has starred in 24 motion pictures such as Delta Force, Code of Silence and Missing in Action, with his latest film role in Expendables 2. His television series “Walker, Texas Ranger”, ran for 81/2 years. With 203 episodes, is the most successful Saturday night series on CBS since “Gunsmoke”. Internationally, it is seen in more than 80 countries worldwide with an average of 1 billion viewers daily.

Norris first made his mark as a renowned teacher of martial arts and was a six-time undefeated World Professional Middle Weight Karate Champion. He is the first man from the Western Hemisphere in the over 4,500 year tradition of Tae Kwon Do to be awarded an eight degree Black Belt Grand Master ranking. By the 1970’s he had revolutionized Martial Arts in the U.S. and created his own system called, The Chuck Norris System" and is the Founder and Chairman of the United Fighting Arts Federation.

A genuine internet phenomenon, Norris has become the subject of countless Paul Bunyan-type fictional “facts” of his exploits, submitted by fans. There are currently more than a million such “facts” floating around the internet. In November of 2009, he came out with The Official Chuck Norris Fact Book, focusing on 101 of his favorite facts and stories.

The Norris’ live on their ranch near Houston, where they are raising their 15–year old twins, Dakota and Danilee.


If you would like to submit a question for Chuck's Q&A Panel, email it to jarrod@lexingtoncomiccon.com before 2/21/18!

Ian McDiarmid

The Emperor!

Ian McDiarmid was born on August 11, 1944 in Carnoustie, Tayside, Scotland. He studied for a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of St. Andrews, but eventually found that his calling was in theatre. He went to the Royal Academy in Glasgow, where he received the prestigious gold medal for his work. He now has a highly successful career as a theatre director, and from 1990 until his retirement in 2001, was Joint Artistic Director of London's Almeida Theatre in Islington. He and his co-director Jonathan Kent revived the Almeida and persuaded many Hollywood stars including Kevin Spacey, Ralph Fiennes and Anna Friel to tread the boards in their humble theatre. They won the coveted London Evening Standard Award in 1998 for their efforts. McDiarmid is also well known for his film and television appearances, and is perhaps most famous for his chilling performance as Emperor Palpatine in George Lucas's Star Wars films.


Camren Bicondova

Gotham's Selina Kyle

Camren Bicondova is an 18-year old actress from San Diego, California. Camren first got her start as a dancer who toured with the PULSE Dance Convention and World of Dance, competed on MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, and performed with artists like Ciara, Christina Aguilera, and Pitbull.

In 2014 she landed the role of Selina Kyle on FOX’s Gotham, becoming the first ever actress to portray the younger version of Catwoman, one of DC Comics’ most iconic female characters of all-time. Her portrayal earned her a Saturn Award Nomination for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Television Series. The show itself became one of FOX’s most buzzed-about series, receiving an unprecedented pre-broadcast Netflix deal, Peoples’ Choice and Emmy Award Nominations, and millions of loyal viewers worldwide.

Camren is currently hard at work on the fourth season of Gotham in New York. When not filming, she still enjoys dancing, as well as writing, photography, and cooking. She is also an active supporter of several charities, including GlobalCitizen.org, North Shore Animal League and more.


John Barrowman

Capt. Jack Harkness

John Barrowman is an Entertainer with a capital E. He sings, he dances, he acts, he presents, he judges - he is a unique talent in the entertainment industry on both sides of the Atlantic. John can currently be seen in the regular role of Malcolm Merlyn (aka The Dark Archer) in the hit American drama series Arrow, based on the Green Arrow comic books. The show has been a huge success all over the world, and is aired in the UK on Sky 1 and on the CW network in the USA. He has appeared in all four series of the show. He subsequently guested as Malcolm Merlyn in The Flash, and has also guested on the CW’s hit historical drama Reign. Having guested on the hit American political drama Scandal for the ABC network, he hosted a major new entertainment series for the network, Sing Your Face Off. 
His most famous television role is undoubtedly that of sci-fi hero Captain Jack Harkness, whose first appearance in the revamped Doctor Who on BBC1 created such an impact that he was given his own spin-off series, Torchwood. The show achieved the best viewing figures ever on BBC America and has been broadcast around the world. For the fourth series, titled Torchwood: Miracle Day, the BBC teamed up with the US Starz Channel, filming in Wales and the UK. The show aired on the Starz Channel and BBC1 from July 2011. 
On the big screen, John appeared in the major Hollywood movie Zero Dark Thirty and the 2013 family movie All Stars. Other film roles include the Lead Tenor in The Producers, Jack in the Cole Porter biopic De-Lovely and Ben in the cult classic Megalodon: Shark Attack 3. Alongside his acting career, John has also hosted his own primetime Saturday night BBC1 entertainment show, Tonight's The Night, a co-production between the BBC and Barrowman Barker Productions, in which he made people's
performance dreams come true.

Ludi Lin

Power Rangers Movie - Black

Ludi was born in a city along the southern coast of China where he learned to speak Mandarin. At the age of 4, he immigrated to Hong Kong where he learnt to speak Cantonese fluently. His full immersion into Western culture came at the age of 9 when he was sent abroad to Sydney, Australia to further his studies. At the age of 17, he moved to Vancouver Canada to complete his university education.

To date, Ludi is best know to international audiences as Zack, the Black Power Ranger in SABAN’S POWER RANGERS for Lions Gate Films. Named by Variety magazine in December 2017 as one of Asia’s Newest Rising Stars, Ludi just finished playing the role of Murk, the Chief Atlantian guard in AQUAMAN for DC / Warner Brothers opposite Jason Momoa, Nicole Kidman and Willem Defoe. He also just starred in the Chinese feature THE DEATH CALLER produced by Pang Ho Cheung.

Ludi’s other recent credits include Netflix’s MARCO POLO, and Chinese films like MONSTER HUNT, COME ACROSS LOVE and TAKES ME TO THE ENDS OF EARTH

Pauly Shore

The Weasel

Pauly Shore tasted super-stardom in 1990 when his precedent-setting MTV show "Totally Pauly" hit the airwaves to major fan approval. The show ran for six years, leading him to numerous TV and film roles, including the one-hour HBO TV special, “Pauly Does Dallas” and starring in films like "Jury Duty," "In the Army Now," "Bio Dome," and those that are currently trending on Netflix, “Encino Man,” “Son In Law,” and “The Goofy Movie.”

Most recently, Pauly released “Pauly Shore Stands Alone,” a true-life road documentary that follows him as he performs in obscure towns throughout Wisconsin while dealing with his personal life back home, which also appeared on Showtime and is available on Amazon Prime. 

Apart from actively touring the country with his standup, Pauly is working on a documentary of his life that spans the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s and has a role in the upcoming Adam Sandler movie ‘Sandy Wexler’ streaming on Netflix in 2017. He is currently in production for a Funny or Die sketch he co-wrote called "Silver Lake Vice Squad" and is also cutting a documentary series based off his 2014 film "Pauly Shore Stands Alone." 

Lou Diamond Phillips

Young Guns / La Bamba

Lou Diamond Phillips is an American actor and director. His breakthrough came when he starred as Ritchie Valens in the biographical drama film La Bamba (1987). For the Academy Award-nominated Stand and Deliver (1988), Phillips was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and won an Independent Spirit Award. He made his Broadway debut with the 1996 revival of The King and I, earning a Tony Award nomination for his portrayal of King Mongkut of Siam. Phillips' other notable films include Young Guns (1988), Young Guns II (1990), Courage Under Fire (1996), The Big Hit (1998), Che (2008) and The 33 (2015).

Phillips had a recurring role as Colonel Telford in the Stargate Universe television series during its two-season run on the SyFy channel 2009-2011. He played the would-be commander of the Destiny expedition, who is left behind when an accident launches an unsuspecting crew into deep space. The commander works from Earth to bring the crew home, often coming into conflict with the shipborne command characters.

In June 2012, Philips began co-starring in Longmire, about a modern-day sheriff played by Robert Taylor. Phillips plays Henry Standing Bear, a Native American, who is Longmire's best friend—often helping him with cases and in dealing with the reservation police who do not respect or like outsiders, especially other law enforcement.

Ric Flair

Wrestling Legend

Ric Flair is an American professional wrestling LEGEND!

Widely regarded as the greatest professional wrestler of all time and the best American performer of the 1980s, Flair had a career that spanned 40 years. He is noted for his tenures with the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), World Championship Wrestling (WCW), the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, later WWE) and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). Since the mid-1970s, he has used the moniker "The Nature Boy".

Flair is officially recognized by WWE and Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) as a 16-time world champion (eight-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, six-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, and two-time WWF Champion), although the actual number of his world championship reigns varies by source, ranging from 16 to 25. He considers himself a 21-time champion. He was the first holder of the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and the WCW International World Heavyweight Championship (which he also held last). As the inaugural WCW World Heavyweight Champion, he became the first person to complete WCW's Triple Crown, having already held the United States Heavyweight and World Tag Team Championships. He then completed WWE's version of the Triple Crown when he won the Intercontinental Championship, after already holding the WWF Championship and the World Tag Team Championship.

Billy Dee Williams

Lando Calrissian

Hollywood icon Billy Dee Williams was a long anticipated and much needed addition to the cast of heroes in the "Star Wars" universe. His considerable presence brought many viewers to the seats of the theater to see "The Empire Strikes Back" who may not have originally purchased a ticket. His overwhelming popularity and powerful performance opposite Diana Ross in the films "Mahogony" and "Lady Sings The Blues" led many women flocking to see his character, Lando Calrissian, in George Lucas' space fantasy.

Billy Dee's career has encompassed so much, including the films "Undercover Brother", "Nighthawks", "Bingo Long"and "Bryan's Song". His introduction in the "Star Wars" trilogy allowed Billy Dee to continue his role in "Return of the Jedi"; as General Calrissian, piloting the Millennium Falcon directly into the second Death Star destroying it from within. His popularity in the fantasy Sci-Fi genre continued when he took the role of Gotham's district attorney Harvey Dent in Tim Burton's "Batman", lending his charming good looks and suave attitude to the film. Billy Dee Williams has been nominated for many industry awards including The Emmy, The Independent Spirit Award as well as winning the TV Land Award and the Image Award! Other amazing performances can be seen in the Indy film "The Visit" where he portrayed a father whose son is dying of AIDS in prison and for the same director, a film called “Constellation.

Billy Dee has kept the character of Lando Calrissian alive for all his "Star Wars" fans! He has voiced the character for numerous incarnations of video games and a Las Vegas slot machine as well as TV series including “Robot Chicken”, The Cleveland Show”, “Star Wars Detours”, "Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles” and for Disney's "Star Wars Rebels".

Amy Jo Johnson

Kimberly - MMPR Pink

Amy Jo Johnson is a multi-faceted artist with over twenty years experience in the entertainment industry. Working successfully as an actress for more than two decades, Johnson is most known for her roles as Kimberly Hart in the iconic series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Julie Emrick on the critically-acclaimed series Felicity, and Jules Callaghan on the award-winning Canadian series Flashpoint.

In 2012 Amy Jo stepped behind the camera to begin her career as a filmmaker. Her first three short films and feature screenplay have won numerous awards across North America. Johnson recently launched the festival tour of her debut feature film “The Space Between” with a world premier at The Shanghai International Film Festival. The quirky heartfelt comedy was shepherded through Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Centre with producer in resident Jessica Adams. The film was named project of the year by Indiewire.com in 2015 and part of the Tribeca All Access Lab. “The Space Between” will be released in 2017. Amy Jo is also deep in development of her second feature film My Heart Is In My Head set to shoot in Montreal winter 2018.

Amy Jo is also a musician with three albums under her belt. Her latest project, Never Broken, is a compilation of original tunes about the struggles we face in life, and what it takes to persevere through them. Never Broken, as well as Amy Jo’s other albums, The Trans-American Treatment and Imperfect, have been featured on various TV shows and are available on iTunes. They can also be heard on streaming radio stations such as Pandora and Spotify.








Jason David Frank

Tommy - MMPR Green

Best known for his role as Tommy Oliver in the long-running TV show Power Rangers, Jason morphed into a series of different rangers over the years: Mighty Morphin Green and White, Red Zeo, Red Turbo, and then returned in 2004 as the Black DinoThunder Ranger. All in all, ‘Tommy’ appeared in more episodes than any other character, 225 in total, and appeared in both full-length movies, “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie” (1995) and “Turbo” (1997).

A highly accomplished and respected martial artist with 33 years experience, Kyoshi Frank currently holds a seventh degree black belt in American Karate and a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He is the owner/operator of Rising Sun Karate and MMA, with two schools in Texas and one in California.

An actor at heart, Jason has taken on several small and big screen roles with his most recent being “The One Warrior”—an action/fantasy film which also stars James Russo and Dominic Keating.






























Tara Strong

Voice Acting Superstar

Tara Strong is a Canadian actress and singer, notable for her voice work as Harley Quinn from Batman: Arkham, Dil Pickles from Rugrats and All Grown Up!, Bubbles from The Powerpuff Girls, Timmy Turner and Poof from The Fairly OddParents, Raven from Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go!, Ben Tennyson from Ben 10, Princess Clara and Toot Braunstein from Drawn Together, Twilight Sparkle from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Deandre Avant in “The Adventures in School” & “The Middle School Adventures”, Wendy Radical in “Awesome Squad” & “Radical Dudes”, Plum in Bravest Warriors, and Ginger in Talking Tom and Friends.








































EG Daily

Tommy Pickles / PPG - Buttercup

The legendary E.G. Daily is a very successful triple threat as an actor, voiceover star and hit singer/songwriter. Daily just wrapped the upcoming feature film Mothers and Daughters starring Christina Ricci, Sharon Stone, and Courtney Cox. She also wrote two songs for the film’s soundtrack. She appears in Rob Zombie’s new film, 31, as the bad-ass character, Sex-Head, which premiered at Sundance 2016. E.G. can also be seen in Nick Cassavetes’ upcoming feature, Yellow, coming out soon, and can be heard on the film’s soundtrack singing a featured song as well. EG performed on NBC’s The Voice Season 5, on Team Blake, embracing the competition with her gritty, powerful and emotional vocals.
E.G. Daily has starred in over 40 feature films including Pee Wee’s Big Adventure supporting Paul Reubens as Dotty. She is a premiere voice over actor for many hit animated TV & films, most notably as the voice of Tommy Pickles in the long- running Emmy-award winning Nickelodeon Rugrats TV series, and the features The Rugrats Movie, Rugrats in Paris and Rugrats Go Wild. She’s also the voice of Babe in the live-action feature Babe II: Pig in the City. 
Besides Tommy Pickles, E.G. has done voice overs for numerous animated series. These include The Powerpuff Girls (Buttercup), Curious George, Pound Puppies, and Avengers as the voice of Mockingbird, as well as Moonstone. Additional voice-over credits include Starship Troopers, Recess, Chalkzone, Eek! the Cat, Duck Days, Duckman, Jungle Cubs, Problem Child, and Baby Blues. She also provided the voice of Froggie in the feature film The Little Rascals, Bam Bam in The Flinstones, Lorenzo in the Academy Award winning feature film Lorenzo's Oil, and Baby Mumbles in the Academy Award winning Happy Feet directed by the acclaimed George Miller. Her VO for films also include Wreck-it Ralph and Happy Feet II. 
Daily has also composed music and performed on a number of soundtracks, including Street Music, Thief of Hearts, Scarface, The Breakfast Club, Summer School and Better Off Dead. She has collaborated with many well-known producers, such as Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey, Stock-Aitken-Waterman, Jelly Bean Benitez and Harold Faltermeyer. In addition, she worked with producer Bob Ezrin on the song, "A Heart That's True" for the "Babe, Pig in the City" soundtrack. She also had featured songs in the movie My Sisters Keeper, as well as the film Yellow, both songs produced by the award winning Aaron Zigman. 

Catherine Cavadini

PPG - Blossom

Catherine Cavadini, aka Cathy Cavadini, is an actress, singer, and voice artist perhaps best known as the voice of Blossom in Cartoon Network's The Powerpuff Girls. Fans also know her as the voice of Glitter in Kidd Video, Clash in Jem, and Tanya Mousekewitz in the movie An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. During her long and prolific career, Catherine's voice has been featured in over a hundred radio & television commercials, and in over a thousand films, television movies, and series.

Various animated film credits include The Powerpuff Girls Movie as Blossom, Babes in Toyland as Mary, Sky Blue as Jay, Young Shua, and Cheyenne, Batman: Dark Knight Returns as Carol Ferris, Joannie, and Woman with hot dog, Scooby-Doo Legend of the Phantosaur as Faith, My Little Ponies as North Star, and Pound Puppies: Legend of Big Paw as Collette and her newborn puppies. Also, she has performed guest roles in numerous animated series. Some of Catherine's recent guest roles are Doc McStuffins (Dart), The Cleveland Show (Siri), Batman: The Brave and the Bold (Alanna Strange, Jan, Ruby Ryder, Dr. Myrrha Rhodes), Ben 10 (Cooper), and Teen Titans (Alien Woman/Cironelian Chrysalis Eater). Catherine also originated the series regular roles of Jennifer Jane Parker in Back to the Future, Tanya and Baby Yasha in Fievel's American Tails, and Mom, Terri, and Mrs. Weebles in season 1 of What's with Andy.

In the gaming world, she has voiced the roles of Car'l, Twyla, and Candle Maiden in Broken Age, Mechari Female in Wildstar, Kara in White Knight Chronicles 1 and 2, Felicia in War Hammer, Griffin's Mom, Dr. Hoffstader, and Assassin in Jumper, Valla the Witch of the Tundra, Bolvangar Nurse, and Tartar Leopard in The Golden Compass, Norma Jean in the Happy Feet Interactive Game, Sadie in Gun, and a variety of roles in Final Fantasy X, XIII, and XIII-2.

Jonathan Frakes

Commander Riker

Jonathan Frakes is an American actor, author and director. Frakes is best known for his portrayal of Commander William T. Riker in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and subsequent films. Frakes also hosted the television series Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, challenging viewers to discern his stories of fact-based phenomena and fabricated tales. In June 2011, Frakes narrated the History Channel documentary Lee and Grant. He was also the voice actor of David Xanatos in the Disney television series Gargoyles. Frakes directed and also starred in Star Trek: First Contact as well as Star Trek: Insurrection.

Trish Stratus

WWE Superstar / Fitness Model

Trish began her career as a fitness model. She made her debut in wrestling on an episode of Sunday Night Heat. As she spent more time in the ring in various storylines, her popularity increased. Because of this, she was made a one-time WWE Hardcore Champion, three-time "WWE Babe of the Year" and was proclaimed "Diva of the Decade." After nearly seven years in the business, Trish retired from professional wrestling at WWE Unforgiven after winning her record-setting seventh WWE Women's Championship. In 2011, she was a trainer for WWE Tough Enough. She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013 at age 37, which made her at the time the youngest person to ever be inducted.




























































Amy "Lita" Dumas

WWE Superstar

Amy, or "Lita" as wrestling fans know her, performed as a wrestler with the WWE from 2000 to 2006, and has since made part-time appearances with the company. She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 5, 2014. After briefly working on the independent circuit and in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), Amy signed with World Wrestling Federation (WWF, later WWE) in 1999. Originally, she was paired with Essa Rios, but she achieved her greatest push alongside Matt and Jeff Hardy as Team Xtreme. Throughout her career, she won the WWE Women's Championship four times. After her retirement from wrestling in 2006, she formed the punk rock band The Luchagors. The band released their self-titled debut CD on September 11, 2007.

Booker T

WWE Superstar

Booker T, is an American retired professional wrestler and promoter, signed with WWE on the Raw brand. He is also the owner and founder of the independent promotion Reality of Wrestling (ROW) in Texas City, Texas.

Booker is best known for his time in World Championship Wrestling (WCW), the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (WWF/E), and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), holding 35 championships between those organizations. He is the most decorated wrestler in WCW history, having held 21 titles including a record six WCW World Television Championships.
Booker is a six-time world champion, having won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship five times (four times in WCW, and once in the WWF) and WWE's World Heavyweight Championship once. He is the first non-mixed race African American to become a world champion in WWE, and was voted the greatest World Heavyweight Champion in a WWE viewer poll. Booker is a 15-time world tag team champion between WCW (10 times), WWF/E (four times), and TNA (once). Additionally, he was the winner of the King of the Ring tournament in 2006, the sixteenth Triple Crown Champion and the ninth Grand Slam Champion in WWE history. As the ninth (and final) Triple Crown Champion in WCW history, Booker is one of four men in history to achieve both the WWE and WCW Triple Crowns. Longtime wrestler Kurt Angle said of Booker: "He's done it all... he legitimately is one of the top five best of all time."

Rey Mysterio

WWE Superstar

Rey Mysterio (Spanish for "King Mystery") is currently signed to Lucha Underground but Mysterio is best known for his appearances with Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling and WWE between 1995 and 2015.

Mysterio is known for his high-flying Lucha Libre wrestling style, which is credited with having helped kick-start the emergence of cruiserweight wrestling in the United States in the mid-1990s. Championships held by Mysterio over the course of his career include the World Heavyweight Championship, WWE Championship, WCW/WWE Cruiserweight Championship, WCW World Tag Team Championship, WCW Cruiserweight Tag Team Championship, WWE Tag Team Championship, and WWE Intercontinental Championship.,

Christopher Sabat

DBZ - Vegeta

Christopher Sabat is an American voice actor, producer, ADR director, and line producer at Funimation. He provided voices for a number of English versions of Japanese anime series such as a number of Dragon Ball characters, including Vegeta, Piccolo, Yamcha, and some others. In Funimation's re-dubbing of One Piece, he voices Roronoa Zoro. Other major roles include Kazuma Kuwabara in Yu Yu Hakusho, Alex Louis Armstrong in Fullmetal Alchemist, Tatsumi Saiga in Speed Grapher, Kurogane in Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle Daisuke Jigen in Lupin the Third. In video games, he voiced Garland in Dissidia: Final Fantasy, Rundas in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, Alex D in Deus Ex: Invisible War, and both Captain Smiley and Star in Comic Jumper. He is the founder and director of OkraTron 5000, an audio production company that provides support for some of Funimation's and other dubbing titles.






















Kevin Sorbo


Sorbo received international stardom when he booked the lead role in “Hercules, the Legendary Journeys” (1993-1999) the most watched TV show in the world, airing in 176 countries.

Following that success, Sorbo had the lead role as “Captain Dylan Hunt” in “Gene Roddenberry’s, Andromeda”. The first show created by Roddenberry after the original Star Trek series. Andromeda debuted as the number one, hour-long show in first run syndication and remained at number one for its entire run from 2000-2005. 

Notable movies include “Kull, the Conqueror”, “Walking Tall, the Payback”, “Avenging Angel”, “Meet the Spartans”. The independent film “What If” was nominated for Best Family Movie of the Year 2011 by the Movie Guide Awards. Sorbo also received the Movie Guide Award for Most Inspirational Performance of the Year.

Some of his many television credits include “Just Shoot Me, “Two and a Half Men”, “Dharma and Greg”, “According to Jim”, “Gary Unmarried”, “Psych”, “Hawaii 5-0”, and a recurring role in the final season of “The OC”.

Ke Huy Quan

Goonies / Temple of Doom

Jonathan Luke Ke Huy Quan is a Vietnamese-born American actor. He is best known for his appearances in the 1980s Steven Spielberg presentations of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomand The Goonies. Quan was born in Saigon, South Vietnam. He was forced to leave his country when the Army of the Republic of Vietnam was defeated during the Fall of Saigon. His family was selected for political asylum and immigrated to the United States. He became a child actor and, at age 12, starred as Harrison Ford's sidekick Short Round in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. After being cast, his family changed his name to Ke Huy, the name by which he is credited in the film. In 1986, he appeared in the Japanese movie "Passengers" (Norimono) with the Japanese idol singer Honda Minako. He played Sam on the short-lived TV series Together We Stand (1986–1987) and played Jasper Kwong in the sitcom Head of the Class from 1989 to 1991. He also starred in the movies The Goonies (1985) and Breathing Fire (1991) and had a cameo in Encino Man (1992). He last appeared onscreen in the 2002 Chinese movie Second Time Around alongside Ekin Cheng and Cecilia Cheung.

Shannon Elizabeth

American Pie / 13 Ghosts

Shannon Elizabeth was born in Houston, Texas, the daughter of a Syrian/Lebanese father and a mother who is English, Irish and German. When Shannon was in 3rd grade, her family moved to Waco, Texas, where most of her relatives already lived. As a girl, Shannon took dance lessons, including tap, ballet, and jazz. While attending high school, however, she was very interested in tennis. She even considered going pro, and making tennis her life. Also during high school, she was active in cheerleading, dance team, and the student council. As a senior, Shannon was in a music video shot in Waco. The music artists were local ones named "Hi-5", and the director of that video just happened to be Antoine Fuqua. After graduating, Shannon moved to New York City to model. She then traveled all over the world with her newfound career to places that included Japan, Italy, France, and Australia. After moving to Los Angeles years later, she signed on with Ford Models and, eventually, Elite. Shannon had always wanted to start her acting career and had just modeled in hopes that it could help lead her into the acting. About a year after moving to Los Angeles, she started taking acting classes with several different coaches. She got an agent eventually, and in 1999, she landed the iconic role of "Nadia" in the movie American Pie (1999).

Thomas Ian Nicholas

American Pie / ROTY

Thomas Ian Nicholas began his career at the age of seven when he was cast to portray a young Tony Danza on Who's the Boss? (1984). Since his debut, he has landed many guest and lead roles on television including a guest-starring story arc on the last season of Party of Five (1994) in 2000. He also starred in several family feature films, including Rookie of the Year (1993), A Kid in King Arthur's Court (1995) and it's sequel, A Kid in Aladdin's Palace (1997). His most memorable role to date is portraying "Kevin Myers" in the smash hit trilogy of American Pie (1999), American Pie 2 (2001) and American Wedding (2003). In 2002, he co-starred in The Rules of Attraction (2002), opposite James Van Der Beek and Clifton Collins Jr., directed by Roger Avary (Pulp Fiction (1994)) and Halloween: Resurrection (2002) opposite Busta Rhymes, Tyra Banks, Sean Patrick Thomas and Jamie Lee Curtis. In Showtime's Stealing Sinatra (2003), he portrays Frank Sinatra Jr. co-starring with William H. Macy and David Arquette, directed by Ron Underwood. For the film, Thomas pre-recorded his vocals for the two songs he performs as Frank Jr.

His goal is to continue to entertain us on both the small and the big screen, in front of and behind the camera, and to make music he and the rest of us can enjoy.




Kevin Nash

Professional Wrestler

Kevin Nash is one of the most well-known personalities in the wrestling business and has established himself not only in the realm of sports, but in the entertainment world, as well.

Only after serving in the United States Army for two years did Kevin's life turn to wrestling. He began working for Ted Turner and his WCW wrestling company , and in 1993 he signed with Vince McMahon and the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).

Kevin has recently appeared in Steven Soderberg's Magic Mike (2012) with Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum as well as Rock of Ages (2012) (dir. Adam Shankman), with Tom Cruise, Paul Giamatti, and Russell Brand. Kevin has also appeared in Paramount Pictures' The Longest Yard (2005) (dir. Peter Segal), with Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and Burt Reynolds; in Marvel Comics'/Artisan Entertainment's The Punisher (2004) (dir. Jonathan Hensleigh), opposite John Travolta and Thomas Jane; and as "Bass Armstrong" in DOA: Dead or Alive (2006) (dir. Corey Yuen), based on the popular video game, with Jaime Pressly. Formerly in "TNA" Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling on Spike TV, Kevin is now back with "WWE" as "Diesel".

Judith Hoag

April O'Neil / Nashville

Hoag is most well known for her role as April O'Neil in the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film. The film turned out to be a huge success at the box office, eventually making over $135 million in North America, and over $66 million outside North America, for a worldwide total of over $200 million, making it the ninth highest-grossing film of 1990 worldwide.

Hoag starred as Gwen Cromwell Piper in the Disney Channel Halloweentown television films series: Halloweentown (1998), Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge (2001), Halloweentown High (2004) and Return to Halloweentown (2006).

In 2012, Hoag was cast in a recurring role in the ABC drama series Nashville created by Academy Award winner Callie Khouri.[6] She plays the poised and driven Tandy Hampton, daughter and protégé of Lamar Wyatt. She referees sister Rayna (Connie Britton) and Lamar's (Powers Boothe) contentious relationship, trying to calm the waters. Hoag later filmed a cameo in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, but the scene with her was cut from the final film.

Adrian Paul

The Highlander

With over 30 films and 200 hours of television experience, versatility, discipline and a solid work ethic have been the underpinnings of Adrian's very successful 30-year acting career. Internationally recognized for his role as Duncan Macleod, in Highlander-The Series", Adrian has also produced and directed both film and television projects.
After a starring role in Roger Corman's," Masque of the Red Death "(1989),he became a series regular in the second season of the television series "War of the Worlds"(1988), followed by four episode arc on the MGM, "Dark Shadows" series. Fast becoming known for his solid work ethic, CBS cast him as the lead in the television pilot, "The Owl" (1990). Although the series wasn't picked up, Adrian didn't stop working, guest starring on Angela Lansbury's "Murder She Wrote", and co starring opposite the up-and-coming Sandra Bullock in, "Love Potion Number 9". But it would be his next role that would bring him international recognition...that of "Duncan MacLeod" in the syndicated series, Highlander (1991-1997). During the 6 year run, Adrian directed four of the series' episodes, including the epic 100th episode, shot in Bordeaux France. Three of these episodes were voted in the top ten best of series for the 119 episode run.

Doug Jones

Abe Sapien / Saru / Silver Surfer

The youngest of four brothers, Doug Jones was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, and grew up in the city's Northeast side. After attending Bishop Chatard High School, he headed off to Ball State University, where he graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications, with a minor in Theatre.

He learned mime at school, joining a troupe and doing the whole white-face thing, and has also worked as a contortionist.

After a hitch in theater in Indiana, he moved to Los Angeles in 1985, and has not been out of work since - he's acted in over 25 films, many television series (Including the award-winning Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997), his episode 'Hush' garnered two Emmy nominations) and over 90 commercials and music videos with the likes of Madonna and Marilyn Manson.

Although known mostly for his work under prosthetics, he has also performed as 'himself' in such highly-rated films as Adaptation. (2002) with Nicolas Cage and indie projects such as Phil Donlon's A Series of Small Things (2005).

But it is his sensitive and elegant performance as 'Abe Sapien' in Hellboy (2004), which stormed to the top of the U.S. box office in the spring of 2004, that has brought him an even higher profile and much praise from audiences and critics alike.

Eric Vale


Eric Vale is an American voice actor, ADR director, script writer, and head writer at Funimation, who provided voices for a number of English versions of Japanese anime series. He is known for voicing Trunks in Dragon Ball series, Yuki Sohma in Fruits Basket, Sanji in One Piece and Loke in Fairy Tail.

Colleen Clinkenbeard

DB Super / Full Metal Alchemist

Colleen Clinkenbeard is an American voice actress, line producer, ADR director and script writer at Funimation who provides the voices for English versions of Japanese anime series. Having starred as Rachel Moore in the long-running detective series Case Closed, she then served as the ADR director on Fullmetal Alchemist which aired on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim and would star in many other popular anime shows including as Monkey D. Luffy in the Funimation dub of One Piece; the young Goku and Gohan in Dragon Ball Z Kai; Yuko Ichihara in xxxHolic, Riza Hawkeye in the Fullmetal Alchemist series and Erza Scarlet in Fairy Tail.

As a stage actress in Dallas, Clinkenbeard got involved in voice-over when fellow voice actress Laura Bailey brought her to Funimation for an audition. Her first voice role was in Dragon Ball GT; her first lead role was Éclair in Kiddy Grade. Midway through the Kiddy Grade series, director Justin Cook made Clinkenbeard the ADR director on the rest of the episodes. Her other major role early in her career was Rachel Moore in the detective anime show Case Closed. She would later direct along with Mike McFarland on Fullmetal Alchemist which came out in November 2004 on Cartoon Network.

Clinkenbeard went on to provide the voices of Monkey D. Luffy in One Piece, Erza Scarlet in Fairy Tail, Riza Hawkeye in Full Metal Alchemist, Moka Akashiya's inner personality in Rosario + Vampire and Yuko Ichihara in xxxHolic.

Matthew Mercer

Critical Role / Attack on Titan

Matt Mercer, is an American voice actor involved in English dubs of Japanese anime as well as cartoons, films and video games. In anime shows, he voiced Levi in Attack on Titan, Kiritsugu Emiya in Fate/Zero, Kanji Tatsumi for episodes 13-26 in Persona 4: The Animation and Trafalgar Law in the Funimation dub of One Piece. In video games, he voices Leon S. Kennedy in the Resident Evil series, Jack Cooper in Titanfall 2, Chrom in Fire Emblem Awakening, McCree in Overwatch, MacCready in Fallout 4 and Yusuke Kitagawa in Persona 5. In addition to voice-over, Mercer has developed some live-action web series including a Nintendo character parody called There Will Be Brawl and the Dungeons & Dragons gaming sessions called Critical Role, the latter of which is broadcast by Geek & Sundry.
Mercer began his career in high school doing English Walla and additional characters in several Japanese anime, and has since worked with a variety of media, including video games, cartoons, and radio commercials. He has been a guest at conventions around the world, hosting at events such as Anime Expo and Anime Matsuri. His work has expanded to a multitude of roles in video games, cartoons, and radio commercials. He directed and produced the web series There Will Be Brawl,[1] based on the Super Smash Bros. video game series, where he provided the voices for Kirby and Meta Knight and portrayed the role of Ganondorf. Mercer also produced the web series Fear News with the Last Girl, and acts as the Dungeon Master in the Geek & Sundry web series Critical Role, leading several other voice actors through a Dungeons & Dragons campaign.

Josh Grelle

Attack on Titan - Armin

Josh is a life-long geek and actor with over 200 voice credits in his 10+ year career. His favorite roles include Attack on Titan (Armin), Yuri on Ice (Yuri Katsuki), Princess Jellyfish (Kuranosuke), The Devil is a Part-Timer (Sadao Maou), Drifters (Toyohisa), RWBY (Tyrian), Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple (Kenichi), and Snow White with the Red Hair (Zen). He has also lent his voice to many video game properties; Tales of Xillia 2 (Ludger), Dragonball Xenoverse (Demigra), and Freedom Planet 2 (Captain Kalaw) to name a few. When he isn’t behind the mic, Josh can usually be found writing scripts for the English adaptations of many FUNimation and BangZoom! Productions, such as Fairy Tail, Tokyo Ghoul, Overlord, and Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans. 































Yuta Mochizuki

Geki - Zyuranger Red

Yuuta Mochizuki joined Japan Action Club, the school responsible for training the stunt actors appearing in Toei's superhero programs, in 1986 at the age of 21. In 1990, he began acting for television, eventually landing the role of J1, leader of the Neo Jetman team in the 15th Super Sentai installment, Chōjin Sentai Jetman (1992). This eventually led to the starring role of Geki, leader of Dinosaur Sentai Zyuranger (1992), the original Japanese TV series that would eventually begin the Power Rangers craze in North America and throughout the world. In 1993, Mochizuki began appearing in the Sailor Moon musical as Tuxedo Mask and a number of other characters, as well as choreographing some of the action sequences. He was given the leading role of Koji Segawa, hero of the 1994 Kamen Rider J movie directed by Keita Amemiya. He then continued his career by branching out into voice-over work for TV anime series such as Toei's Ojamajo Doremi (Magical Doremi) and Ashita no Nadja (Tomorror's Nadja) before retiring from the entertainment business in 2005.

Reiko Chiba

Mei - Zyuranger Pink

Reiko Chiba was born in Osaka Prefecture, and raised in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. She started her career as a model in 1991 before making her acting debut in the 1992 Super Sentai series Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger as Mei/Ptera Ranger. When the series was adapted into the US version Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, it aired in Japan where Chiba, herself, re-dubbed both Ptera Ranger and the US footage of actress Amy Jo Johnson who played her character, now known as Kimberly Hart/Pink Ranger. After the end of the series, Chiba made her J-Pop debut on April 7, 1993 as a member of Aurora Gonin Musume. She also did a cameo voice appearance as herself in the anime movie Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture, performed the voice of Cham Cham in the Samurai Shodown video game series, and had a spot in the nightly radio show Akihabara Young Denkikan. Chiba retired from the entertainment industry in 1995.

She is now active as a certified yoga instructor, teaching yoga classes and issuing a series of instructional books and videos. Chiba is also the public face of the corporation Cherrybabe, Inc.

Walter Jones

Zach - MMPR Black

Walter is internationally known for his creation of the character Zach The Black Ranger from the Children’s Action Adventure Phenomenon “The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers". He has been featured as a series regular or guest star in over 150 episodes of various shows and has been featured in 7 films. Some of his credits include: The Golden Globe and Emmy Award winning police drama “The Shield” , the top-rated series drama “CSI”, the long running comedy hit “Moesha, and the upcoming action feature “Speed Demons”. Walter works regularly as a voice actor lending his voice to radio television and film and video games. Walter’s recent voice over acting jobs includes work on Step up 4, Death Race 3 and “GI Joe 2”.
Walter’s dance credits prove to be equally as impressive. He has been trained in Salsa, Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet, Modern, and Tap. Walter has worked as a teacher and a choreographer and has shared his love for dance both in the United States and abroad.

Karan Ashley

Aisha - MMPR Yellow

Karan Ashley has had a career that has span over 20 years as an actress, singer, radio show host, reality star, writer and TV and film producer. She began her entertainment career as a child singer in the girl group KRUSH but her big break came when she went to an open call audition and landed the role of Aisha the Yellow Power Rangers on Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers. She was able to do over 80 episodes and star in the hit movie “Power Rangers the Movie”.

Since Power Rangers she has been on many different TV shows and films such as, Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, The Steve Harvey Show, One on One, The Parkers, Kenan & Kel, Chat Room, The Opposite Sex, Taylor’s Wall, Wicked Weekend, Jazz Scene, The Encounter and many other projects.

Karan is currently working on the projects: Uncensored Reality, Uncensored Radio and Grow Up Already!











Dave Barclay

Star Wars Puppeteer

David Barclay was hired by Lucasfilm and Stewart Freeborn to help out on the filming of "The Empire Strikes Back" as a teenager. While on set, one of the assistants to Frank Oz, the chief puppeteer for Yoda, became ill and David was selected to replace her. In doing so, he started a career as one of the most sought after puppeteers in both Hollywood and England. Not only did David get to assist Frank Oz in his work, but he also received the opportunity to fully operate the Yoda puppet for a week when Frank was forced to return to his work on the children's show "Sesame Street". His many accomplishments on "The Empire Strikes Back" were not forgotten as he was chosen to play the most disgusting creature in the "Star Wars" universe, the galactic gangster Jabba the Hutt in "Return of the Jedi". David's work in these two memorable films lead to a further collaboration with Frank Oz in "Labyrinth", "The Dark Crystal", and "Little Shop of Horrors". His growing resume enabled David to garner a coveted position as chief puppeteer for the Disney film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". Further evidence of David's achievements as Chief Supervising Puppeteer and Effects Supervisor can also be seen in the films "Lost in Space" and "The Flintstones: Viva Rock Vegas". Catch some of David's current work in the Warner Bros. film "Stuart Little 2" and "Cats and Dogs".

Paul Brooke

The Rancor Keeper

Brooke began as a stage actor and has played in many London productions, including several years as a member of Frank Dunlop's original Young Vic Company. He played Malakili the Rancor Keeper in the 1983 Star Wars film Return of the Jedi (his voiced dubbed over by Ernie Fosselius). He played British Conservative politician Ian Gow in the 2004 BBC series The Alan Clark Diaries. In 2006, he guest starred in the Doctor Who audio adventure Year of the Pig as well as the 1990 Mr. Bean sketch "The Library". He also played Mr. Fitzherbert in the 2001 film Bridget Jones's Diary.

Other appearances in television dramas and comedies featuring Brooke include Bertie and Elizabeth, the BBC adaptation of Blott on the Landscape, Lovejoy, Foyle's War, Rab C. Nesbitt, Kavanagh QC, Sharpe's Revenge, Midsomer Murders, Hustle, Covington Cross, The Kit Curran Radio Show, Between the Lines, Relic Hunter and Mornin' Sarge. He also appeared in the miniseries Nostromo (1997).

Notably, he also played Grima Wormtongue in the landmark 1981 BBC radio adaptation of The Lord of the Rings.

He, Linal Haft, and Frank Mills are the only actors to appear in both the Classic and New series of Minder, but starring in different roles in each.

Femi Taylor

Jabba's Dancer Oola

Femi Taylor is a Nigerian-born British dancer and actress. She was born in Ibadan, Nigeria and was adopted at the age of 2 together with her twin brother Tim Taylor. In her youth, she spent years training with the London Contemporary Dance Company and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in New York, and she appeared in the original London cast of Andrew Lloyd Weber's musical Cats.

In 1982, Taylor auditioned with director Richard Marquand for a dancing role. The actress, who was only 22 at the time, was asked to come in her swimsuit. Despite her fear of auditioning for a sleazy erotic movie, she showed up for the audition. It was not until after she won the role of Oola, Jabba the Hutt's Twi'lek slave dancer, that Taylor found out she had auditioned for the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi.

In 1997, when Star Wars creator George Lucas envisioned a revamped Special Edition of the Star Wars trilogy, Taylor was asked to reprise the part. All-new scenes were filmed for the Special Edition, most notably a handle of shots featuring Oola cowering in fear before her Hutt master and the ferocious rancor. The filmmakers were initially concerned with her possible changes in appearance since 1982, and they were afraid the actress wouldn't fit anymore in the original costume. Taylor, however, had remarkably retained her figure.

Tim Rose

Admiral Ackbar

Tim started his career with Jim Henson in New York working on Sesame Street. He was one of the forerunners of animatronic design and is still in great demand today. 
His credits include several Muppet movies, The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, Return to OZ, Fierce Creatures, Walking with Dinosaurs, Spitting Image and Dr Who.

Most famous of all is his character Admiral Ackbar in both Star Wars Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens.
































Angus MacInnes

Gold Leader

Canadian actor Angus MacInnes was born and raised in the Detroit area, studied in the US, Canada and Britain and is best known as Jon “Dutch” Vander, Gold Leader in Star Wars: A New Hope and reappeared again as Gold Leader in Rogue One forty years later.
He has appeared in over fifty eature films including Captain Phillips, The Black Dahlia, Hellboy, Judge Dredd, Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Witness, Outland, Strange Brew, Superman II and the original Rollerball. On television he appeared as the (near)
immortal Tostig in The History Channel’s Vikings. Having worked with a raft of Hollywood legends including Norman Jewison, Harrison Ford, James Caan, Robert Shaw, Burt Lancaster, Susan Sarandon,
Sylvester Stallone, Louis Malle, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Cruise, Stanley Kubrick, Guillermo del Toro he brings a wealth of stories, anecdotes and experiences to every event he attends.

David Ankrum

Wedge Antilles

40 years after voicing Wedge in Star Wars, David was asked to reprise his role in Rogue One by Matthew Wood and Lucasfilm. You can't miss him as the PA announcer on Yavin - Redirecting the Rebel Squadron into the crucial battle on Scarif. Ankrum was originally cast by Fred Roos and George Lucas to voice Wedge Antilles (Red 2) in Star Wars: A New Hope. David dubbed the voice of Scottish Actor Denis Lawson who played the physical role in the film.
David grew up in a family of actors. His mother, Joan Ankrum (stage name Joan Wheeler) was under contract to Warner Bros. in the 1930's where she did several films. She also performed on Broadway with Van Heflin. His Father, Morris Ankrum, was a character actor who played many diverse roles in many films. He seemed to be in every Science Fiction Film with the word “Mars” in the title. “Flight To Mars” "Invaders From Mars” where he played Colonel Fielding, “Red Planet Mars”. He also protected the Earth from giant locusts in “Beginning Of The End”. Got sapped by Martians in “Earth vs. The Flying Saucers”. David also grew up across the street from Dennis Muren. They made films in Dennis's garage when they were childhood friends. Dennis went on to work on Star Wars where he brought his special effects genius to light.

Garrick Hagon

Biggs Darklighter

Garrick Hagon was born in London and moved to Canada with his family. He attended high school at UTS in Toronto and was a BA English Honours graduate at University of Toronto. For six seasons he was a member of Canada’s Stratford Shakespearean Festival Company where he was awarded a Tyrone Guthrie scholarship to study at the Royal Court Theatre in London. He has played in many theatres in England, at the Royal National Theatre and at Wyndham’s Theatre, London, as Chris Keller in Arthur Miller’s ‘All My Sons’. He has extensive television and radio credits in the UK and North America. His many films include: Antony and Cleopatra, Star Wars: A New Hope (as Biggs Darklighter), Batman and Cry Freedom, Spy Game. Recent films: The Current War, Black Book, La Vie En Rose, Is Anybody There? Me and Orson Welles, Red Lights and The Expatriate Television appearances include Fatherland, Henry V, Julius Caesar, Dr.Who, The Line of Beauty and Cambridge Spies. Stage appearances include plays at the Royal Court, Almeida and Royal National Theatre in London. He has appeared in numerous BBC radio plays, and was Simon Gerrard in The Archers. He has narrated or directed over 200 audiobooks and played Lee Scoresby in and directed the full cast audio production of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials.

Jim Cornette

The Louisville Slugger

If you've ever seen a professional wrestling event live or on television, chances are you've seen Jim Cornette. Wrestling's "Louisville Slugger" is known to fans of the 80's wrestling boom as the tennis racket-wielding manager of perennial tag team champions the Midnight Express on SuperStation TBS--to 90's fans he's recognized as the manager of World Champions Yokozuna, the British Bulldog, Owen Hart and more in the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE), also appearing as a color commentator on countless pay-per-view events and telecasts of RAW on the USA Network--and for fans of the 2000's he spent several years as the on-air matchmaker and authority figure for TNA Wrestling on Spike TV.

Jim will be appearing at LCTC due to his wrestling notoriety, but as a lifelong collector of comics, entertainment, pro wrestling and pop culture items, he will be as excited to be there as the fans in attendance, and will probably have a few rare comic-related items amongst the wrestling memorabilia at his booth for some wheeling and dealing to acquire things he needs or clear space in his collections for more!


Jim and wife Stacey, his partner in crime, are noted for always having the "fun booth" at conventions and fanfests and we are thrilled to have them coming back to Lexington!


Corey Williams

ROTJ - Klaatu

Corey Dee Williams is the son of Hollywood icon Billy Dee Williams (a.k.a. Lando Calrissian from the original Star Wars trilogy). 

Corey was actually his Dad’s stand-in on Return of the Jedi and it was during his time on set that he was offered the role of KLAATU. But how cool is it that Billy Dee’s son was his actual stand-in!?

Spending a few weeks on set and having your Dad respected by the crew was a sure fire way for Corey to be asked to don the costume of this odd green creature. In the end his scenes were very short BUT he left the set of RETURN OF THE JEDI with an amazing story to tell and also the awesome honor of becoming an action figure!

Corey has worked on a few other films, but acting was not his passion. Corey is now a fitness and lifestyle coach who has trained famous people and everyday people like you and me. 

Mike McFarland

DBZ - Master Roshi

Mike McFarland is an American voice actor and ADR director who works on English dubs of Japanese anime at Funimation, originating the voice of Master Roshi and Yajirobe in their dubs of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. Other roles include Jean Havoc in Fullmetal Alchemist, Buggy the Clown in the Funimation dub of One Piece, and Jean Kirstein in Attack on Titan. He has voice directed on multiple Funimation titles including Dragon Ball, Fullmetal Alchemist, Case Closed, and Attack on Titan, the Rebuild of Evangelion films, and Summer Wars.

Tom Kane

Voice Actor - Clone Wars Yoda

Tom started doing voiceover work at the age of 15, in his hometown of Kansas City. By the time he got out of college, he had done several hundred commercials, and by the time he was 23, he was in Chicago, regularly landing National TV spots and other jobs. But what he really wanted to do was Cartoons. So at the age of 24, he moved to Hollywood and immediately started landing Commercials, Movie Trailers, Network Promos... succeeding in every area of VO work except animation.
After several years of auditioning with no results, he was about to give up on that dream when he landed a lead role in Iron Man. Then came The Wild Thornberrys... then The Powerpuff Girls, then Kim Possible... and, well, you get the idea.
Tom Kane's tremendous vocal range has led to a busy career. Every week, he records literally dozens of Movie Trailers, Commercials, Network TV Promos, Video Games and Cartoons, most notably as the Voice of Yoda in Star Wars The Clone Wars.
Currently, he has National Spots running for Scrubbing Bubbles, Cars 2, Walmart, Chrysler, Netflix, Nintendo, Propel Water, McDonald's, Kellogg's Corn Pops, The Smurfs, Nickelodeon... the list goes on.
In addition to voicing Yoda, he has voiced lead roles in The Powerpuff Girls, Robot Chicken, Kim Possible, The Avengers, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Iron Man, The Wild Thornberrys, Wolverine and the X-Men and many more.
Kane has been in almost every Star Wars game ever made, as well as games based on Star Trek, The X-Men, Batman, The Avengers, The Lord of the Rings and more.
An unusual area of Kane's work is voice-doubling. When celebrities are not available to do their post-production or testing dialogue recording, Tom fills in for A-listers such as Morgan Freeman, Anthony Hopkins, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellan, Liam Neeson and others.
He has also been the live Announcer for three AFI Lifetime Achievement Award telecasts, as well as the Announcer for the 78th, 80th and 83rd Academy Awards.
Most recently, he was chosen to be the voice for Walt Disney amusement parks, worldwide..

Brian Herring


Best known for his performance as BB-8 in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Brian also puppeteered various droids and creatures throughout the movie including First Order Mouse Droids, Steel Pecker, various animatronic creature heads and actually appearing as a Ball-Fight Gamer in Maz’s castle.
As well as performing these memorable roles, Brian was initially hired as Puppeteer Consultant, working with the CFX Dept to develop many of the creatures from page to screen. He was also responsible for finding most of the performers that brought the creatures to life.
Brian began his career in 1989 after growing up in and around theatre. Working as an actor, stand-up comedian and stage manager, he joined the UK’s premier satire show Spitting Image (1992) as an assistant puppeteer where he worked with Phil Eason (Yaddel) and Tim Rose (Admiral Akbar).
In 1999 he joined the world famous Jim Henson company and was a principal performer on all of their UK TV productions until they closed their English production arm in 2005, working on such productions as Mopatop’s Shop (Father Mouse and many guest characters), Construction Site (Diggs) and The Hoobs (Hubba Hubba and Groove).
His other children’s TV work includes; Wizadora (Hangle), The Animal Magic Show (Billy Nibbles), What’s Your News? (Anthony, Peek and Gi Ant), Space Pirates (Stringy) and Wizards Vs Aliens (Stickley & Squiggly).
With the arrival of computer animation and CGI, using digital motion-capture systems, Brian has worked extensively in many aspects of puppetry and suit performance on both stage and screen to develop new types of virtual puppetry and keep performers at the heart of performing. His work includes; various frogs, pigs and chickens in Muppet Treasure Island (1996), Vogon minions and the Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005), Infected in 28 Weeks Later (2007), Silkard the fish vendor in Hellboy II The Golden Army (2008), Hammerpede in Prometheus (2012), Ice Warrior in Doctor Who (2013) and Gordon in Victor Frankenstein (2015).

Ingvild Deila

Rogue One Leia

Ingvild Deila is a Norwegian actress based in the UK since 2012. In her late teens she studied acting for the stage for three years in Norway. She then pursued other interests like fine art, philosophy and history while living in Bergen, Norway, Switzerland and France. In 2012 she moved to the UK to do a MA in Media for Development and Social Change, but after graduating she started acting again, this time focusing on film. She has since played the lead role in several feature films, short films, plays, music videos and commercials.

Michael Carter

Bib Fortuna

Michael Carter played Bib Fortuna in Return of the Jedi.

Carter is a Scottish film and television actor whose work in film began with An American Werewolf in London in 1981. He was born in Dumfries, Scotland, UK, and studied at the Royal Academy Dramatic Arts. His first appearance in UK television in 1980 on Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime.

His role as Bib Fortuna came after casting director Mary Selway saw him perform on stage in The Streets of London in 1981. His first transformation into the Twi'lek majordomo took over eight hours in the make-up chair. By the time his five weeks of filming were complete, makeup artist Nick Dudman had honed the time down to just under an hour. The process of removing his makeup took an additional 25 minutes.

Gerald Home

ROTJ - Tessek / Mon Calamari

Gerald Home has had a wide and varied career: on the big screen he played Tessek - Squid Head and the Mon Calamari Officer in Star Wars: Episode VI - RETURN OF THE JEDI, and was a puppeteer on LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, operating Audrey 11, the man-eating plant. Recent films include LONDON BOULEVARD, Hideo Nakata's CHATROOM, and WHERE I BELONG. 

Colin Cantwell

Star Wars Designer

Colin Cantwell was the designer of the Death Star, X-Wing, Y-Wing , Tie Fighter, & More


In addition to his involvement with the design of the space ships in the original “Star Wars” movie, Colin was also instrumental in the completion of, “War Games”. During the filming of this movie, he used Hewlett Packard monitors to develop the graphics that appeared on the screens in the war room as the Earth was being threatened by the renegade WOPR computer.











Paul Schrier


A veteran of 10 seasons of the Power Rangers series, Paul Schrier is the longest appearing character in the now iconic action children’s show. Rounding out acting work, Paul is also a 3D digital artist, Director, and still occasionally does theater and voice acting when time allows. In addition to recently appearing in Saban’s Power Rangers Samurai on Nickelodeon, Paulie also is Creative Director at an undisclosed Los Angeles Art Studio.

















Jason Narvy

Dr Skull

Jason Narvy portrayed the role of “Skull” in over 300 episodes of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and its spin-offs, Power Rangers Zeo, Power Rangers Turbo, and Power Rangers in Space, as well as 40 episodes of Fox Television’s Masked Rider as the voice of “Chopper.” While under contract with Fox, Jason also filmed two feature length films under the MMPR franchise, Power Rangers: The Movie and Turbo, as well as leads parts in two pilots for Fox/Family.

Jason turned his attention to the stage in recent years and has acted and directed in theaters around the country. He is now based in Chicago where he is Artistic Director for ACT and Assistant Professor of Theater at Concordia University Chicago. Dr. Narvy holds a Master of Letters in Shakespearean Performance from Mary Baldwin College and a PhD in Theater Studies from the University of California.



Catherine Sutherland

MMPR - Pink

Catherine was born in Sydney, New South Wales Australia. She was a model and actress/singer/dancer in Sydney before being brought over to Los Angeles for the series, "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" in 1993 to play Katherine "Kat" Hillard the Pink Power Ranger. She went continued through 2 more seasons Power Rangers Zeo and Power Rangers Turbo as well as the Turbo movie! This will be Kat's forth year with us in Lexington and we are thrilled that she will once again be joining us!

















Brittany Daniel


Brittany is a native of Gainesville, Florida, and began her career starring opposite her twin sister Cynthia in the television series "Sweet Valley High” for which they won the Young Artist actress award for a tv comedy. After making her feature film debut in "The Basketball Diaries” opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, she went on to recur on "Dawson's Creek", "That '70s Show," It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” as well as becoming a series regular on "That '80s Show." Her other feature film credits include “Skyline” "White Chicks," "Joe Dirt" and "Club Dread.”Brittany also appeared in the feature film "Little Man," starring Kerry Washington, Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans. Brittany was also nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for producing “Ruby” for the Style Network starring her best friend, Ruby Gettinger. It ran for 4 seasons. Brittany was diagnosed and survived stage 4 Non Hodgkins Lymphoma in her mid 30s and it is her passion to help share what she has learned along her road to a full recovery.



Mary Stephens

Cosplay Guest

Mary Stephens has been competing in cosplay for 4 years and has won numerous awards including best needlework, category firsts, best in shows, and placement in the prestigious Crown Championship of Cosplay.  She is best known for her Duchess Satine Kryze cosplay but enjoys creating costumes from many fandoms including Star Wars, movies, comics, Disney, and TV shows.  She appears as a cosplay guest and helps coordinate and judge cosplay costume competitions. She’s passionate about cosplay being open to everyone.  She’s an administrator of the Cincinnati Ohio area chapter of ORCS, (Ohio River Valley Cosplayers), a Facebook group that networks local cosplayers together to support and help each other with their cosplays.  She also helped start up  cosplay clubs in the Cincinnati and Dayton areas that organizes cosplayers to meet up, network, and learn new skills together. She looks forward to the next cosplay challenge!













Cosplay Guest

Riki Lecotey (known as Riddle) transplanted from her igloo in Canada and moved to the United States and has been involved in costuming for over 15 years. She is internationally recognized in the cosplay community for her ability to translate costumes and focus on craftsmanship. She's been invited to conventions around the world, to judge costume contests, host workshops, and promote confidence in cosplay through craftsmenship. She has been interviewed by Playboy, NPR, Washington Post, been featured on the covered of two of the most well-known cosplay magazines in the word, Cosplay Culture & Cohaku. All the skills she has learned through cosplay also has gotten the opportunity to work on a few Superhero films during that time.
She was a main cast members on both season of Heroes of Cosplay, winning the most awards during her time on there, Riki also has appeared in two award winning documentaries, 4 days at Dragoncon & Cosplay: Crafting a secret identity.

Also an avid cook, Riki is the creator of Cosplay for a Cause, whose first project was a cosplay calendar that raised more than $30,000 with 100% of the proceeds donated to the Japanese Red Cross tsunami disaster relief. Her favorite act of charity, however, is rescuing and rehabilitating baby squirrels.

Monika Lee

Cosplay Guest

Monika’s love of anime/manga, pop culture and video games led her to the cosplay community in 2006. She has competed in numerous craftsmanship contests winning several Best in Shows and other various awards. She was a featured cast member of SyFy’s Heroes of Cosplay reality TV show. An avid gamer, Monika spends most of her time playing and making costumes from video games and has worked for companies such as Blizzard Entertainment, Carbine Studios, Acer and Intel.
When she’s not cosplaying, Monika is an Associate E-Commerce Merchandiser on the Consumer Products Team for Blizzard Entertainment. Monika has been invited to conventions and events across the world and her work has been featured on Associated Press, GamesRadar, Kotaku, IGN, and Game Informer, among other publications.
















Cosplay Guest

Ani-Mia has been cosplaying since 2008 but has been a geek since birth. Her love for video games, comic books and anime are reflected in her wide variety of cosplay costumes. She has been a Cosplay Guest at over 150 conventions across the globe as well as judged championship cosplay contests, appeared in both online and print magazines as well as television appearances. She’s also the Cosplay Writer for Otaku USA Magazine, the premiere print magazine about anime and manga in the United States, and an official video host for PreviewsWorld catalog and ComicWow/Diamond Select. The one thing she really wants to do is help bring the community together as a whole to encourage each other as well as help others; and she has spearheaded numerous philanthropic events annually to help do this.


















Roxy the Rancor

Life Size Rancor!

Affectionately known as “Roxy,” the 700-pound, 17-foot-long creation was painstakingly sculpted from nearly 2,000 cubic feet of expanded polystyrene foam.

1967 Impala

Supernatural Replica

Nearly 4 years ago Jason Waller told me he had bought this beast. Since then he has painstakingly restored it to a near perfect replica of the 67 Impala that Sam & Dean Winchester chase demons in on the hit TV series Supernatural.


We are thrilled to see the fully restored ride this year and are sure you will be too!

Harry Potter Car!

Flying Car!

This is the newest in "ultimate prop" design from Jason and the gang at "Lets get Geeky"


Come check out the debut of this cool old ride straight out of Harry Potters world!

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 $100 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 2016. Please stay tuned!


If you have any questions please email us!