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Stan Lee  (Saturday Only)

Stan Lee is an comic book writer, editor, actor, producer, publisher, television personality, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics. In collaboration with several artists, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co-created Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, the Avengers, Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, and many other fictional characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books. In addition, he headed the first major successful challenge to the industry's censorship organization, the Comics Code Authority, and forced it to reform its policies. Lee subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation. The first superhero group Lee and artist Jack Kirby created was the Fantastic Four. The team's immediate popularity led Lee and Marvel's illustrators to produce a cavalcade of new titles. With Kirby primarily, Lee created the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor and the X-Men; with Bill Everett, Daredevil; and with Steve Ditko, Doctor Strange and Marvel's most successful character, Spider-Man.
Stan's IMDB Page. - Stan's Wiki Page.


Buzz Aldrin  (Friday Only)

Buzz Aldrin will be appearing at Hollywood Xpo on Friday only. Buzz Aldrin is a mechanical engineer, retired United States Air Force pilot and astronaut who was the Lunar Module pilot on Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing in history. On July 20, 1969, he was the second human being to set foot on the Moon, following mission commander Neil Armstrong. Buzz will be one of the guests of honor at our Hollywood Legacy Awards being held on Friday night, starting at 6:00 pm.
Buzz's Official Website. - Buzz's IMDB Page. - Buzz's Wikipedia Page.


Elvira 'Mistress of the Dark" (Saturday Only)

Elvira joins Hollywood Xpo for Saturday only. When you hear the name Elvira only one person comes to mind... Halloween icon and quintessential symbol of all things spooky, the one and only Elvira: Mistress of the Dark. Back in 1981, who could have imagined the hostess of a local Hollywood Horror movie show would grow to become a household name? Elvira was the first horror host ever to be syndicated nationally and has emerged as one of the most original and outrageous characters in popular culture today.
Elvira's Official Website. - Elvira's IMDB Page.




Jeff Rector  - Hollywood Xpo MC -

Jeff Rector is an actor, writer, producer and director, born in St. Louis, and grew up in both Michigan and California. He decided to pursue an acting career after working at Universal Studio as tour guide. His first roles were in New York Soap Operas. Jeff went on to play over 60 feature films, TV shows, and various television programs. Jeff's work includes, Revamped, Solar Flare, Tales from Dark Fall, Inalienable, Vampire in Vegas, The Revenant, Invincible Scripture, A Night at the Silent Movie Theater and Dinocroc vs. Supergator.
Jeff's Official Website. - Jeff's IMDB Page. - Jeff's Wikipedia Page.









Walter Koenig

Walter Koenig’s professional acting career spans more than 50 years of stage, television and film work. Walter is best known for his recurring television portrayals both of the hated, intensely driven Alfred Bester (Babylon 5) and the likeable, perpetually cheerful Pavel Chekov (Star Trek). Recently, Walter has appeared in such films as, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, Inalienable and Star Trek: New Voyages.
Walter's Official Website. - Walter's IMDB Page. - Walter's's Wikipedia Page.


Nichelle Nichols  (Friday Only)

Nichelle Nichols is most famous role is that of communications officer Lieutenant Uhura aboard the USS Enterprise in Star Trek. It was in Star Trek that Nichols gained popular recognition by being one of the first black women featured in a major television series not playing a servant; her prominent supporting role as a female black bridge officer was unprecedented. Nichelle last played Uhura in the 2007 film, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. She has stared in other recent projects such as, Heroes, Lady Magdalene's, The Cabonauts & This Bitter Earth.
Nichelle's Official Website. - Nichelle's IMDB Page. - Nichelle's Wikipedia Page.


Alan Ruck  (Friday Only)

Alan Ruck is perhaps best known for his role as Cameron Frye, Ferris Bueller's hypochondriac best friend in John Hughes' Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and as Stuart Bondek, on the hit ABC sitcom Spin City. Alan is also known to Star Trek fans as Capt. John Harriman in the films, Star Trek: Generations and Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. Recent projects have included, Inalienable, Persons Unknown, Numb3rs & Justified.
Alan's IMDB Page. - Alan's Wikipedia Page.


Tim Russ

Tim Russ has had a broad career in entertainment, he is an actor, writer, director, producer & musician. Tim has been extensively involved in the Star Trek franchise. Having played many roles, he is best known for the role of Tuvok on Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Of Gods and Men (a film he also directed). Younger fans my recognize Tim as Principal Franklin in the hit Nickelodeon show, Icarly. Other projects include, Samantha Who?, Live Free or Die Hard and Grayscale.
Tim's Official Website. - Tim's IMDB Page. - Tim's Wikipedia Page.


Jonathan Frakes  (Saturday Only)

Jonathan Frakes is an actor, author and director, best known for his portrayal of Commander William T. Riker in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. Moving on to directing in recent years, Frakes directed and also starred in Star Trek: First Contact as well as Star Trek: Insurrection, which earned him the nickname Two-Takes Frakes for his speed. Jonathan has recently acted in Criminal Minds and The Uncanny Valley. He has also recently directed episodes of, "NCIS: Los Angeles, V, Leverage, Castle and Dollhouse.
Jonathans's IMDB Page. - Jonathans's Wikipedia Page.


Michael Dorn  (Saturday Only)

Michael Dorn's first regular role was on the television series CHiPs. The first movie he had a role in was Rocky (1976) as Apollo Creed's bodyguard. Dorn's most famous role to date is that of the Klingon Starfleet officer Lieutenant (later Lt. Commander) Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Michael played Worf in the four TNG movies, but before that, he played Colonel Worf in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Michael's recent projects include, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Heroes and Slate and Kelly.
Michael's IMDB Page. - Michael's Wikipedia Page.


Cirroc Lofton  (Friday & Saturday Only)

Cirroc Lofton is an actor who started his career at nine years of age with many minor roles. He is best known for playing Jake Sisko on the successful TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, which was his first major role on a TV series. During the series, he reached his full adult height of 6' 3" . He also had a regular role in the Showtime series The Hoop Life. Lofton appeared as a character named "Tommy Boyer" on the "Darkroom" episode of the CBS television series CSI: Miami that aired on November 13, 2006. In 2007 Cirroc played Sevar in the film, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.
Cirroc's IMDB Page. - Cirroc's Wikipedia Page.


Robert Duncan McNeill  (Sunday Only)

Robert Duncan McNeill is an actor, producer, movie director, and television director who is best known for his role as Lieutenant Tom Paris on the television show Star Trek: Voyager. He has enjoyed early success as a professional actor, winning the role of Charlie Brent on All My Children and starring in the feature film Masters of the Universe. He also starred in an acclaimed episode of the 1980s version of The Twilight Zone, "A Message from Charity". His most recent work has been in directing where he has directed such shows as Chuck, Samantha Who? and Las Vegas.
Robert's Official Website. - Robert's IMDB Page. - Robert's Wikipedia Page.


John Billingsley  (Sunday Only)

John Billingsley is an actor, known for a number of memorable TV and film characters, perhaps his most notable being the role of Doctor Phlox on the television series Star Trek: Enterprise. John is well known to fans of the series Cold Case for his guest appearance in the show's second season, playing serial killer George Marks, the only killer on the show to have gotten away with murder. He is also in the hit HBO show, Tru Blood as coroner Mike Spencer. Other recent projects have included, 24, The Pool Boys, 2012, Scrubs and Twentysixmiles.
John's Official Website. - John's IMDB Page. - John's Wikipedia Page.


Catherine Hicks

Catherine Hicks is an actress and singer. She is best known for her role as Annie Camden on the long-running television series 7th Heaven. For her work in 1986's Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Catherine received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role as the lovely, intelligent, skeptical, yet deeply devoted cetacean biologist, Dr. Gillian Taylor, who assists the Star Trek crew in their quest for two humpback whales. Cathrine has a very extensive acting career with such projects as, Garbo Talks, The Razor's Edge, Peggy Sue Got Married, Child's Play, She's Out of Control, Turbulence, The Truth About Layla & many more!
Catherine's Official Website. - Catherine's IMDB Page. - Catherine's Wikipedia Page.


Gary Graham

Gary Graham is probably best known for his starring role as Detective Matt Sikes in the television series Alien Nation (1989-1990) and five subsequent tv films. Star Trek fans probably know him best from his more recent guest-starring roles on Star Trek: Enterprise as the recurring character Ambassador Soval, a Vulcan ambassador to Earth. He also guest-starred on Star Trek: Voyager (1995) once, playing Ocampan community leader Tanis in the season 2 episode Cold Fire. He plays a new role, Ragnar, in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. Gary will also be playing drums with the Enterprise Blues Band on Friday night!
Gary's Official Website. - Gary's IMDB Page. - Gary's Wikipedia Page.


Vaughn Armstrong

Vaughn Armstrong is an actor and musician. Vaughn is one of the longest-serving actors in the Star Trek franchise, having appeared in every Trek series (save the original). He has played twelve different characters over the years - a record unmatched by any other actor in Trek. His biggest role was that of Admiral Forrest in Star Trek: Enterprise. He has also appeared in Babylon 5, Quantum Leap, and Seinfeld. Vaughn is the founder of the Enterprise Blues Band and will be performing at Hollywood Xpo.
Vaughn's IMDB Page. - Vaughn's Wikipedia Page.


J.G. Hertzler

J.G. Hertzler is an actor, well known in the Star Trek community for his role on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9) as the Klingon General (and later Chancellor) Martok. J.G. has also played other characters in Star Trek such as a Hirogen Hunter in Star Trek: Voyager, Advocate Kolos in Star Trek: Enterprise and Koval in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. Other productions J.G has appeared in include, Quantum Leap, Highlander, Zorro, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Six Feet Under, The Golden Compass, InAlienable & many more.
J.G.'s IMDB Page - J.G.'s Wikipedia Page.


Robert O'Reilly

Robert O'Reilly is a film, television and stage actor who has appeared in a variety of roles. He is known to Star Trek fans most notably for his recurring role on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Chancellor Gowron, the leader of the Klingon Empire. Robert has appeared in movies and stage productions. He has also guest starred in numerous television shows, including Cheers, Knight Rider, Sledge Hammer!, MacGyver, In the Heat of the Night, and NYPD Blue, but perhaps most notably (and certainly most repeatedly) as Klingon Chancellor Gowron on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
Robert's IMDB Page - Robert's Wikipedia Page.


Steve Rankin

Steve Rankin is an actor and musician, Steve has played many guest roles in television. Steve has has had roles in all the Star Trek series, except for the original series. His most recent role in Star Trek was as Colonel Green in Enterprise. Steve many roles include, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Veronica Mars, Cold Case, Saving Grace and Criminal Minds. Steve is a member of the Enterprise Blues Band and will be performing at Hollywood Xpo.
Steve's IMDB Page.


Grace Lee Whitney

Grace Lee Whitney is an actress and entertainer, also known as Ruth Whitney and Lee Whitney. She is most famous for playing the role of Janice Rand on the Star Trek television series and films. Grace has made more than a hundred television appearances since her television debut in Cowboy G-Men in 1953. She appeared on episodes of Wagon Train, Gunsmoke, Bat Masterson, The Rifleman, 77 Sunset Strip, Bewitched, Batman, The Untouchables, and Hawaiian Eye. Grace has recently reprized her role as Janice Rand in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men and Star Trek: New Voyages.
Grace's Official Website. - Grace's IMDB Page. - Grace's Wikipedia Page.


Crystal Allen

Crystal Allen is a film and television actress. Crystal has appeared in guest star roles, including episodes of such TV series as Sex and the City, Ed, The Sopranos, NCIS, Boston Legal, Star Trek: Enterprise, JAG, Desperate Housewives and others. She starred in the Hallmark Channel original movie, Falling in Love with the Girl Next Door. She has appeared in many television commercials, including ads for Tic Tac Mints, Nissan and more recently, Almay. Allen has starred as the lead in Anaconda sequels 3 & 4, playing PhD Amanda Hayes. She has also appeared in the film Star Trek: Of Gods and Men as navigator Yara.
Crystal's Official Website. - Crystal's IMDB Page. - Crystal's Wikipedia Page.


Suzie Plakson

Suzie Plakson in an actress, singer, writer, and artist. She has played a wide range of characters throughout her career. Suzie has played four characters on various Star Trek series including, Dr Selar and K'Ehleyr (TNG), Female Q (VOY) and Tarah (ENT). Recent work has included, How I Met Your Mother, Eli Stone and Red Eye.
Suzie's Official Website. - Suzie's IMDB Page. - Suzie's Wikipedia Page.


Manu Intiraymi

Manu Intiraymi is a television and theatre actor best known as Icheb on the television series Star Trek: Voyager. Manu's theater work includes lead roles in "Waiting for Godot", "Marvin's Room", and "The Wizard of Oz". He made his debut in the movies in the film "Senseless", which starred David Spade and Marlon Wayans. Other film work includes a starring role in "Whatever It Takes" (Phoenix Pictures), as the friend of the lead character, plus supporting roles in "Go" (Sony), "Orange County" (Paramount), "Pearl Harbor", and "Eyeball Eddie". Most recently Manu wrapped lead roles in two features including "Fortress" (A WW2 epic from Bayou Pictures and Radical 3D) and "Expired" (A slap happy drug comedy from Tricledown Films). Both films are due to be released early 2011. Manu has also appeared on well-known television series, like "Las Vegas", "24", "King of Queens", "Jag", "Sabrina the Teenage Witch", "Unhappily Ever After", "Smart Guy", and "Pacific Blue". Manu's claim-to-fame is his recurring role as Icheb, on the hit sci-fi show, "Star Trek: Voyager." Manu's work as Icheb began in early 2000 as an episode arc, and soon transformed into a large recurring role that placed him on the show, season six through the final episode of season seven.
Manu's IMDB Page. - Manu's Wikipedia Page.


William Wellman, Jr.

Rangy, sturdy-looking actor William Wellman Jr., was born in Los Angeles on January 20, 1937, one of seven children born to legendary director William A. Wellman and his fourth wife, one-time actress Dorothy Coonan Wellman. William has over 50 years of acting experience with early films like High School Confidential!, Macumba Love and College Confidential. William has appeared twice in Star Trek, as a Bajoran officer in DS9 and recently as Charlie Evans in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.
William's Official Website. - Williams's IMDB Page.


Daamen J. Krall

Daamen J. Krall is an actor and a voice actor. Daamen has provided the voice to several TV, film and video game projects. Star Trek fans know Daamen as the older evil Gary Mitchell in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. Daamen's work includes, Star Trek: Starfleet Command III, Garfield, Halloween, Land of the Lost, Night at the Museum, Dead Silence, The Simpsons Movie and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
Daamen's IMDB Page.


Celeste Yarnall  (Friday Only)

Celeste Yarnall has led a multi-faceted career. She began as a model, spokesperson, and actress fresh out of high school. She first appeared in an episode of “Ozzie & Harriet” in 1962. She has appeared in films such as, The Nutty Professor, A New Kind Of Love and Under the Yum Yum Tree. Celeste is probably best know to scifi fans as Yeoman Martha Landon in the Star Trek episode, The Apple. She later had a cameo in the film, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. Other work has included, Melrose Place, Shrink Rap, Skinwalker: Curse of the Shaman and The Two Sisters.
Celeste's Official Website. - Celeste's IMDB Page. - Celeste's Wikipedia Page.


Arlene Martel  (Friday Only)

Arlene Martel has performed in a great many productions in her career, ranging from the character of "Consuela" in the Outer Limits episode "Demon With A Glass Hand", to a red-haired Irish wench who held was captive on Battlestar Gallactica, to the flawlessly logical "T'Pring" in the Star Trek episode Amok Time. Arlene has had may roles in TV and film and recently had a cameo in the film Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.
Arlene's Official Website. - Arlene's IMDB Page. - Arlene's Wikipedia Page.


Doug Drexler  (Sunday Only)

Doug Drexler is an Academy Award, Multi Emmy, VES, BAFTA, and Saturn winning visual effects artist, designer, sculptor, illustrator, and an academy award-winning makeup artist. "Dick Tracy" earned Doug an Oscar, for his special makeup effects on characters such as Big Boy Caprice and Mumbles. Two emmy nominations in the same field followed for three years working on Star Trek: The Next Generation, where he performed such tasks as aging Captain Picard for "The Inner Light". In 1992 Doug made a career change by moving over to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as designer, digital artist and effects artist. He continued in that capacity on the subsequent Star Trek films as well as Star Trek: Voyager. In April 2001 Doug worked as senior Illustrator and CGI designer on the fifth Star Trek series, Enterprise. Following Enterprise, Doug was hired by renowned Visual Effects Supervisor Gary Hutzel as CG Supervisor on Battlestar Galactica and currently Caprica.
- Doug's IMDB Page. - Doug's Wikipedia Page.


Rick Sternbach

Rick Sternbach is an illustrator who is best known for his space illustrations and his work on the Star Trek television series.Sternbach helped define the look of the 24th century that would be used throughout The Next Generation and the series that followed it, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. Props such as the phasers, tricorders, PADDs and the communicator badge were all based on his designs.During his time in the Star Trek art department at Paramount, Sternbach was also responsible for a number of starship designs including the Cardassian Galor class starships, the Klingon Vor'cha and Negh'Var class starships and Federation starships such as the Prometheus class, the Dauntless, the Nova class and the USS Voyager itself.
Rick's IMDB Page - Rick's IMDB Page. - Rick's Wikipedia Page.


Larry Nemecek

Larry Nemecek is a noted Star Trek author, editor, archivist, consultant and producer. From 1998 until 2005, Nemecek served as managing editor of Star Trek: Communicator, overseeing the planning, writers, content and look of the licensed magazine of the Official Star Trek Fan Club. He has been a regular contributor to Star Trek Magazine since 1995, and contributed dozens of articles to Star Trek Fact Files, for which he worked all six years as Los Angeles photo editor and consultant. The topics researched and obscure references and sources tracked fueled the work of the UK-based Fact Files, later seen in the US in Star Trek: The Magazine. Larry has made cameos in Enterprise and Star Trek: New Voyages.
Larry's Official Website. - Larry's IMDB Page. - Larry's Memory Alpha Wiki Page.


Tanya Lamani George

Tanya ia a Producer, Actress, Bellydancer, Author & Screenwriter. Tanya played Kara in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Wolf in the Fold". She also had a cameo in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. One of her earliest film appearances came in the 1964 comedy A Global Affair, which also featured Nehemiah Persoff and fellow TOS guest actress Barbara Bouchet. In total, she had roles in nearly twenty films. On television, she has appeared on The Man from U.N.C.L.E., I Dream of Jeannie, Get Smart, McHale's Navy (including an episode with David Opatoshu), It Takes a Thief (with Nancy Kovack), and The Flying Nun (with Michael Pataki, among others. In addition, she has performed in dozens of stage productions.
Tanya's Official Website. - Tanya's IMDB Page. - Tanya's Memory Alpha Wiki Page.


Malachi Throne

Malachi Throne is an actor, most noted for his roles on Star Trek and It Takes a Thief. Throne was a popular guest star on many television shows of the 1960s and 1970s including The Defenders, Naked City, Ben Casey, The Untouchables, Hogans Heroes and also co-starring, with Robert Wagner, in the ABC TV show It Takes a Thief. One of his strangest roles was as the villain "False Face" on the ABC Batman (1966)series. Malachi provided the voice of "the Keeper" in the Star Trek's first pilot episode, "The Cage", which did not air in its original form until 1988, though most of the episode was included within the two-part episode "The Menagerie", when it aired in 1966. By that time, the Keeper's voice had been re-dubbed by another actor,[1][citation needed] but Throne was hired to play another role in "The Menagerie," which was technically a dual role: a commodore in Star Fleet named José I. Mendez, the officer in charge of the starbase where the story begins, and a replica of him created by Talosian illusion, who presides at Spock's court martial. Earlier in The Outer Limits series he had guested in the "Cold Hands, Warm Heart" (1964) episode with William Shatner. For the syndicated Star Trek: The Next Generation he played Pardek, a Romulan senator, in the two-part episode "Unification". In 2004, Throne appeared in the second episode of the Star Trek Fan Series New Voyages, "In Harms Way", playing a Klingon.
Malachi's IMDB Page. - Malachi's Wikipedia Page.


Sean Kenney

Sean Kenney is an actor best known for his uncanny resemblance to Mitt Romney and for his role in Star Trek as the crippled Christopher Pike in "The Menagerie", and as Lieutenant DePaul in "Arena" and "A Taste of Armageddon". After his time on Star Trek and a few other small parts, including his first film role in 1968's The Impossible Years, Sean went on to star in several films starting with 1971's How's Your Love Life? and continued until 1976's Slumber Party '57, which is his final film to date. Sean is now a professional photographer, doing mainly promotional photographic work.
Sean's IMDB Page. - Sean's Wikipedia Page.


Victor Brandt  (Saturday & Sunday Only)

Victor Brandt is an actor mostly known for his voice over performances. Victor was born in Los Angeles, California. He has appeared as an actor in several classic shows such as Star Trek, Mission Impossible and T.J Hooker. He has also provided his voice for various shows such as Superman: The Animated Series, Master Pakku in Avatar: The Last Airbender, as Rupert Thorne in The Batman animated series, and as General Crozier in Metalocalypse.In Star Trek Victor played, Watson in "Elaan of Troyius" and Tongo Rad in "The Way to Eden".
Victor's IMDB Page. - Victor's Wikipedia Page.


Jimmy Diggs

Jimmy Diggs is a freelance writer of several episodes of Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. In the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion, Diggs compares himself to Julian Bashir's father Richard, with a variety of jobs in his resumé. It was Ronald D. Moore who told him he had been successful in his pitch for "Doctor Bashir, I Presume". Diggs initially thought it was one of his friends playing a practical joke on him over the phone, but soon realized it was Ron Moore. Jimmy wrote six episodes of Voyager including, "Elogium", "Rise", "Concerning Flight", "The Omega Directive", "Infinite Regress" & "Gravity".
Jimmy's IMDB Page. - Jimmy's Memory Alpha Page.


Roger Nygard

Roger Nygard is a film and television director, editor, writer, and producer. His films include Trekkies, Trekkies 2 and The Nature of Existence.He made his foray into the movie world in 1991 when he directed the low budget indie, High Strung, starring comedian/actor Steve Oedekerk, Fred Willard, Denise Crosby, and a very young Kirsten Dunst. He made his foray into the movie world in 1991 when he directed the low budget indie, High Strung, starring comedian/actor Steve Oedekerk, Fred Willard, Denise Crosby, and a very young Kirsten Dunst. The tagline reads: “The story of a guy with a few too many hang ups.” The movie has achieved cult status. Lots of television and film directing and editing credits followed like Back To Back (aka American Yakuza 2), which may be best known for having blown Bobcat Goldthwait to bits
Roger's Official Website. - Roger's IMDB Page. - Roger's Wikipedia Page.


Julienne Irons

Julienne Irons is an actress best known for playing Lt. Uhura in Star Trek: Phase II (formerly called New Voyages). She played Uhura for the the first four episodes. Julienne believes that people love Uhura because she is such an enjoyable character and in fact, was a lot more popular than she was ever given credit for. Julienne has been in other productions, besides New Voyages, including, It's My Choice, Transformations, Death Row & Life's Passing Me By.
Julienne's IMDB Page.


Leslie Hoffman

Leslie Hoffman is an stunt performer, actress and Stunt Coordinator. She has performed in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager as well as being one of Dennis Madalone's Co-coordinator for both series. She has performed in many other movies and Television: Nightmare on Elm Street, Naked Gun, Fantasy Island. She went on to coordinate Marc Zicree's Star Trek: New Voyages "World Enough and Time" in which it has the sword fight between Sulu and Kirk. She also was the Stunt Coordinator for the fight scenes in Starship Farragut, "A Rock and a Hard Place".
Leslie's IMDB Page. - Leslie's Memory Alpha Page.





(Listed In First Name Alphabetical Order)


Jack Trevino

Co-writer and associate producer of Star Trek: Of Gods and Men. Writer of Star Trek: Ds9 episodes, 'Little Green Men' and 'Indiscretion'.
Jack's IMDB Page


John Broughton

John is an actor, writer and producer. John currently plays Captain Jack Carter in the independant web series Starship Farragut.
John's IMDB Page


Michael Struck

Michael is an editor, visual effects supervisor and compositor. His credits include, Starship Farragut, Secret Identity Crisis, Raven Crest, Starship Exeter, Yesterday Was a Lie and Browncoats: Redemption.
Michael's IMDB Page


Ralph M. Miller

Sound Designer for Star Trek Of Gods And Men, Star Trek New Voyages/Phase2, Starship Exeter, Starship Farragut and Inalienable
Ralph's IMDB Page


Scott Nakada

Scott was the assistant art director for the film, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men where he was also the property master. Scott also handled props in the film, Ex-Mas Eve.
Scott's IMDB Page


Scott Tipton

Scott Tipton is a comic book writer and comic historian. He has worked primarily for IDW Publishing, working on a number of their Angel titles, including several with David Messina. He has also worked on a few of the Spike titles for the same company. He, along with his brother David, wrote the Klingons: Blood Will Tell mini-series, as well as several entries in the Star Trek: Alien Spotlight series, and the mini-series Intelligence Gathering, Star Trek: Mirror Images, and Spock: Reflections.
Scott's Memory Alpha Page


Sujit Pal

Sujit Pal is the owner of TrekAcademy.com. The website offers insightful reviews of the many lessons regarding everyday life, and especially work-life management strategies and techniques, that are delivered in the stories of the Star Trek realm.


Tim Gaskill

Tim might be the envy of ALL Trek fans. As Editorial Director/Senior Content Producer of STARTREK.COM from 2000 - 2008, he was instrumental in bringing all sorts of interesting news, facts, features, interviews and stories to its highly visited site (spoilers, rumors and gossip they kept to themselves!). Over those years, he had the pleasurable opportunity to sit down with almost every one of our favorite Trek actors, as well as many of the writers and key production personnel, so we're sure he'll have much to share with the fans.


Tim Vittetoe

Tim is a make-up artist who's credits include the films Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, Missing Girl: The Carrie Burke Story, Snow Day, Bloody Snow Day and Last Stand.
Tim's IMDB page


Tory Mell

Producer of Trek Nation.
Trek Nation Website


Trevor Roth

C.O.O & Head of Development, Roddenberry Productions









Richard Hatch

Richard Hatch is best known for his role of Captain Apollo on the original Battlestar Galactica television series, for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination, and the recurring role of Tom Zarek in the second incarnation of Battlestar Galactica. Richard wrote, co-directed and executive-produced a Battlestar Galactica trailer, called The Second Coming that won acclaim at science-fiction conventions. He produced the trailer to pressure Universal into creating a new series of Battlestar Galactica that would have been a direct continuation of the original series. Richard's recent work includes, Inalienable, Season of Darkness, War of Heaven and Starship II: Rendezvous with Ramses.
Richard's Official Website. - Richard's IMDB Page. - Richard's Wikipedia Page.


Erick Avari

Erick Avari is a television, film and theater actor best known for his roles in various science-fiction serial productions. Avari is known for his roles in films such as Stargate, Independence Day, The Mummy, Daredevil, Home Alone 4, Planet of the Apes and Mr. Deeds. Along with Alexis Cruz, he is one of only two actors to appear in both the original Stargate movie and the spin-off series Stargate SG-1. He has also made guest appearances on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Hope & Faith, Law & Order, Star Trek: The Next Generation, seaQuest DSV, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Enterprise, The West Wing, The X-Files, Dharma & Greg, Babylon 5, Alias, The O.C., The Sarah Silverman Program, Leverage and Human Target. Beginning in the autumn of 2006, a photograph of Avari and a recording of his voice have been used in the role of Chandra Suresh in Heroes. The actor did not appear on screen until the episode Seven Minutes to Midnight, as his character is one of the backstory and had died before the events of the pilot.
Erick's Official Website. - Erick's IMDB Page. - Erick's Wikipedia Page.


Stephen Furst

Stephen Furst is an actor and film and television director. He was a regular in the science fiction series Babylon 5 playing Centauri diplomatic attaché Vir Cotto, and inn the role of Flounder in the film National Lampoon's Animal House.Stephen also played 'Junior' Keller in The Unseen, as Gonzer in the feature film Up the Creek (1984), and as Dr. Elliot Axelrod in the television series St. Elsewhere (1983–1988). Stephen has directed many independent and/or low-budget movies, including the low-budget movie Title to Murder starring Christopher Atkins and Maureen McCormick in 2001 and the direct to video children's movie Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure. Stephen also directed three low-budget movies for the Sci Fi Channel, Dragon Storm in 2004; and Path of Destruction and Basilisk in 2005. He also co-starred in Path of Destruction and Basilisk.
Stephen's Official Website. - Stephen's IMDB Page. - Stephen's Wikipedia Page.


Michele Scarabelli

Michele Scarabelli is a actress. She is probably best known for her role as Tenctonese Newcomer Susan Francisco on the Fox Network science fiction series Alien Nation and the 5 television movies that followed. Her other roles include Agent 3 in the Journeyman Project series of computer games, Jo Santini in the fourth season of Airwolf, and numerous TV movies and guest appearances including the War of the Worlds episode "A Multitude of Idols" and the Star Trek: The Next Generation’s episode "In Theory" in which she played "Lt. Jenna D'Sora", a short-term girlfriend of the android science officer, Lt. Commander Data.
Michele's Official Website. - Michele's IMDB Page. - Michele's Wikipedia Page.


Herbert Jefferson Jr.

Herbert Jefferson Jr. is probably best known for his role as Lieutenant Boomer on the original Battlestar Galactica television series. Later, in the 1980 spin-off Galactica, his character had moved up in the chain of command, becoming Colonel Boomer, Executive Officer of the Battlestar Galactica. Herbert appeared in the pilot episode of NBC's Knight Rider (1982) as Munsie, an undercover police officer (who is murdered) and partner of Michael Long (who becomes Michael Knight). Herbert recently starred as Captain Galt in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.
Herbert's IMDB Page. - Herbert's Wikipedia Page.


Mark Goddard

Mark Goddard is an actor, author and teacher who has starred in a number of television shows. He is most widely known for his role as Dr. Zachary Smith's (played by Jonathan Harris) long-suffering space partner and intemporate adversary, Major Don West, in the cult 1960s TV series, Lost in Space. Mark also made a cameo in the 1998 Lost in Space movie as a general. Mark's other work includes, Barnaby Jones, The Fall Guy, General Hospital, Jake and the Fatman, Overnight Sensation and Soupernatural.
Mark's Official Website. - Mark's IMDB Page. - Mark's Wikipedia Page.


June Lockhart

June Lockhart is an actress, primarily in 1950s and 1960s TV, but with memorable performances on stage and in film as well. She is remembered as the mother on two TV series, Lassie and Lost in Space. She also portrayed Dr. Janet Craig on the hit CBS television sitcom Petticoat Junction from 1968-1970. In 1986, she appeared in the fantasy film, Troll. The younger version of her character in that movie was played by her daughter, Anne Lockhart. They had previously played the same woman at two different ages in a 1981 episode of the television series Magnum, P.I.. In 1991, Lockhart appeared as Miss Wiltrout, Michelle Tanner's kindergarten teacher on the TV sitcom Full House. June has since guest starred on episodes of Cold Case, in the 2007 ABC Family television movie Holiday in Handcuffs, and in the 2007 feature film Wesley.
June's Official Website. - June's IMDB Page. - June's Wikipedia Page.


Virginia Hey

Virginia Hey is an Australian actress, widely known for her role as Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan on science fiction television program Farscape. However, Hey is probably best known to Australian audiences for her role as lawyer Jennifer St James in the TV drama series E Street. Virginia's best known film roles are the Warrior Woman in Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior and as a Bond girl in The Living Daylights. One of her most notable roles on television was that of the blue priestess Zhaan in Farscape, for which she was nominated for best supporting actress.
Virginia's Official Website. - Virginia's IMDB page. - Virginia's Wikipedia Page.


Adrienne Wilkinson

Adrienne Wilkinson is an American actress. Adrienne is best known for her role of Livia/Eve, the sometimes warrior sometimes saint daughter of Xena on the popular TV series Xena: Warrior Princess. In 2003 she had a guest spot on the series Angel as a cheeky flapper from the 1920s, and as Linda Browning in an episode of NBC's popular soap opera Days of our Lives. In 2005 she had guest appearances on the eighth season of the WB show Charmed as Julie Bennett (Phoebe Halliwell's "permanent" disguise), the ABC show Eyes and was a temporary love interest of Dr. Ray Barnett on the hit NBC drama ER where the ripped-from-the-headlines plot of a porch collapse nearly killed her character. Adrienne's films include, Lakeshore Drive & Reflections. Her voice over work includes, Star Wars: The Old Republic (Game), Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Tv Series), Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Game) & many more!
Adrienne's Official Website. - Adrienne's IMDB Page. - Adrienne's Wikipedia Page.


Patricia Tallman

Patricia Tallman is an actress and stunt performer, sometimes credited as Pat Tallman. In television, Tallman worked on the soap opera, Generations. Later, she had guest-starring roles on Tales from the Dark Side, and the science fiction shows Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.Tallman played the character "Lyta Alexander" in the series Babylon 5 pilot, recurring in seasons two and three, and starring in seasons four and five. With fellow Carnegie Mellon alumnus George A. Romero, Tallman collaborated on several films, including Knightriders (starring Ed Harris), Monkey Shines, and Creepshow 2 (in which Tallman performed stunts).Tallman will appear in the horror film Dead Air, and in the new film InAlienable Tallman plays Dr Klein, a crony of the evil scientist.
Patricia's IMDB Page. - Patricia's Wikipedia Page.


Don Marshall

Don Marshall is an actor best known for his role as "Dan Erickson" in the television show Land of the Giants. In 1965, Don appeared in a pilot for a series Braddock. In 1966 he appeared as Luke in Daktari, in the episodes Predator of Wameru, The Killer Lion and Trail of the Cheetah. Later in the 1960s he appeared in Star Trek and he became known for his portrayal of Lieutenant Boma in the episode "The Galileo Seven". Other TV series he appeared in were Tarzan and Ironside. In 1968 he appeared as Ted Neumann, the recurring love interest of Julia Baker, in the television series Julia, a series about an African-American widow raising her son on her own. He had a role in the 1971 film The Reluctant Heros AKA The Egghead on Hill 656. Don appeared occasionally in episodes of Little House on the Prairie as Caleb Ledoux, as Doctor Jim Blair in Finder of Lost Loves and as Senator Ed Lawrence in Capitol.
Don's IMDB Page. - Don's's Wikipedia Page.


Deanna Lund

Deanna Lund is an film and television actress best remembered for her role in the Irwin Allen television series Land of the Giants, where she played the character of Valerie Ames Scott. She married co-star Don Matheson, but they were divorced in the late 1970s. Their daughter Michele Matheson is an accomplished actress herself. Lund is an alum of Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. Deanna's other credits include, Batman, The Waltons, The Incredible Hulk, One Life to Live, General Hospital, Elves, Roots of Evil, Obsessed, and many more!
Deanna's Official Website. - Deanna's IMDB Page. - Deanna's Wikipedia Page.


Don Matheson

Don Matheson is an television actor, best known for his continuing role in Irwin Allen's series Land of the Giants. Prior to entering acting, Matheson served in the military. While serving in Korea, he was awarded the Bronze Star for valorous leadership and a Purple Heart for injuries suffered in an explosion. After serving six years, he joined the Detroit Police Department. He then left law enforcement to begin a career in acting . In 1968 Matheson appeared on an episode of Lost in Space as Idak Alpha 12 in Revolt of the Androids. In 1984, Matheson had a regular role in the primetime series Falcon Crest. He played Richard Channing's henchman for a season. He also appeared briefly in another primetime soap, Dynasty.
Don's IMDB Page. - Don's Wikipedia Page.


Marc Zicree

Marc Zicree is a science fiction author, television writer, and screenwriter. He is also the author of "The Twilight Zone Companion", a detailed history of Rod Serling's series The Twilight Zone. He currently has an extensive science fiction novel on the shelves, the three-novel Magic Time series. This series is a collaborative effort between Zicree and three other science fiction authors. His wife Elaine also has an extensive history of screenwriting credits, sometimes collaborating on projects with Marc. Marc is currently promoting adapting Magic Time to either a television series or theatrical film. Other side projects have included working with the Star Trek: New Voyages production, as well as other writing projects.
Marc's Official Website. - Marc's IMDB Page. - Marc's Wikipedia Page.


Vernon Wells

Vernon Wells is an Australian film and television actor who has built his career around action-type films, most often cast as a villain. He began appearing on Australian television shows in the mid-1970s, such as Homicide and Matlock Police and All The Rivers Run. He is best known to international audiences for his role of "Wez", in the 1981 science fiction action film Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior. After Mad Max 2, Wells began appearing in Hollywood films, such as the military action film Commando (1985), which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the sci-fi comedy Innerspace (1987), which starred Martin Short, Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan. In the 2000s, Wells acted in the kids' TV series Power Rangers: Time Force.
Vernons's IMDB Page. - Vernons's Wikipedia Page.


Tim Sullivan

Tim Sullivan is a film director, producer, actor, and screenwriter. Tim has been in the entertainment industry since 1983 when he began his career working on the horror cult classic Deadly Spawn as a Production Assistant. He continued to work steadily during the 1980's and through the 1990's until the opportunity came in 1999 to fulfill a childhood dream of working with his music idols KISS as an Associate Producer on the hit film Detroit Rock City. This then led him to be able to make his Directorial debut working for Lionsgate in 2005 on 2001 Maniacs which was also Produced by the famed horror Director Eli Roth. The success of 2001 Maniacs enable Tim to be able to both Write and Direct another tour de force in the horror genre, Driftwood in 2006. In 2010 Tim revisited his Maniacs and both Directed and Co-wrote 2001 Maniacs: Field Of Screams
Tim's IMDB Page. - Tim's Wikipedia Page. - Tim's Ebay Store.


Daryl Frazetti

Daryl Frazetti is an anthropologist and pop culture researcher based in Carson City, NV. Currently teaching at Western Nevada College. Research areas include the cultural significance of fan film making, creating course curriculum utilizing science fiction, ethnography of Star Trek fandom, and science fiction and comics as cultural mirrors and teachers. Forthcoming works include texts on The Anthropology of Star Trek and The Role of Science Fiction in Higher Education. Fun stuff of note: Avid tribble collector.
Daryl's Official Website. - Daryl's IMDB Page.


David Winning

David Winning is a film and television director, screenwriter, producer, editor, and occasional actor, who primarily focuses on science fiction and drama. At 27, he got work as director on the Canadian-produced series Friday the 13th: The Series for Paramount Television and for this received three Gemini Award nominations.His second feature followed in 1992. Entitled Killer Image, the mystery-thriller starred Michael Ironside and M. Emmet Walsh. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s he directed 13 movies and episodes of twenty series, including Stargate: Atlantis and Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda. His biggest budget studio movie to date is the $29-million 1997 kids sci-fi action sequel Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie for 20th Century Fox. He directed seven episodes of the Cannell police series Street Justice with Carl Weathers. Winning said “Episodic TV gets no respect” in a March 2000 Toronto Star interview.
David's Official Website. - David's IMDB Page. - David's Wikipedia Page.





(Listed In First Name Alphabetical Order)


Chiodo Brothers

Stephen Chiodo
Charles Chiodo
Edward Chiodo
The Chiodo Brothers are a group of sibling special effects artists, best known for their film Killer Klowns from Outer Space and creating puppets and effects for films such as Critters, Ernest Scared Stupid, and Team America: World Police. The post-hardcore band Chiodos (originally called The Chiodos Bros) is named after them as a tribute.


Chris Dawson

Chris Dawson has had an extensive career as a visual effects supervisor, artist and compositor. Chris has worked on dozens of feature films including, Titanic, Armageddon, Star Trek: Insurrection, Star Trek: Nemesis, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, Men in Black II, InAlienable, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, Fast & Furious, Night at the Museum, Surrogates, Alice in Wonderland & HBO's The Pacific.
Chris's IMDB Page


Jim Cirile

Jim Cirile is a writer and producer. Jim will be showing his film, "Showdown of the Godz" at Hollywood Xpo.
Jim's IMDB Page


Jim Nestor

Jim Nester is a writer and producer. Jim will be showing his film, "Divas of Novella" at Hollywood Xpo.
Jim's IMDB Page


L.J. Dopp

L.J. Dopp is an award-winning commercial artist who specializes in fantasy, horror and sci-fi projects as well as movie work. While currently co-producer and production designer of Irena Belle Films' comedy horror anthology, "The Boneyard Collection," Dopp is available for logo design, cartooning and caricatures, comic strips, pencil, pen-and-ink and color portraits and illustrations, book covers, storyboarding, concept drawing, set design and painting (non-union), sculpture, foam sculpting, and specialized prop styling. L.J. will be presenting the Film, "Crustacean" along with Kent Hastings.
L.J's IMDB Page


The Chrysalis Panel

Roger Lay, Jr. - Producer
Lee Romaire - Make Up Effects Designer
Brandon Moore - Composer
Glen Vaughan - Cast Member
Corey Landis - Cast Member
Elina Madison - Cast Member
Larry Dirk - Cast Member
Darren Kendrick - Cast Member

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Laraine Newman

Laraine Newman is an comedienne and actress. She is best known for being an original cast member on NBC's Saturday Night Live, appearing on the show from its inception in 1975 through 1980. She originated the characters of Sheri The Valley Girl and Connie Conehead, among others. Laraine has had supporting roles and as a voice artist on television and features. She starred in the 1986 syndicated comedy series, The Canned Film Festival, and made appearances on such programs as Laverne & Shirley, According to Jim, St. Elsewhere, Amazing Stories, Friends, The Tick, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Histeria!, Danny Phantom, As Told By Ginger, Rugrats (in "All Growed Up", an episode which would form the basis of the spinoff All Grown Up!, for which she also provided voice work), 7th Heaven, Avatar: The Last Airbender and Metalocalypse. Although SNL's "The Coneheads" was made into a feature film in 1993, the role of Connie was recast and Newman appeared in only a brief cameo role. Most recently she appeared in an episode of Entourage and Brothers & Sisters, provided voice work for WALL-E, Battle for Terra, Ponyo and Jungle Junction.
Laraine's IMDB Page. - Laraine's Wikipedia Page.


Erin Moran

Erin Moran is an actress, best known for the role of Joanie Cunningham on Happy Days and its spinoff Joanie Loves Chachi. he appeared in 80 Steps to Jonah (1969) and Watermelon Man (1970). She made regular appearances on The Don Rickles Show in 1972. She made guest appearances in The Courtship of Eddie's Father, My Three Sons, and Family Affair. In 1974, Erin was cast to play her most famous role, Joanie Cunningham on the sitcom Happy Days. She played the feisty younger sister of Richie Cunningham played by Ron Howard. Erin continued the role in 1982 in the short-lived series Joanie Loves Chachi starring Moran and Scott Baio. Erin has made several other television guest appearances including Love Boat; Murder, She Wrote; and Diagnosis Murder.
Erin's Official Website. - Erin's IMDB Page. - Erin's Wikipedia Page.


Erika Eleniak

Erika Eleniak is a Playboy Playmate and actress, perhaps best known for her role in Baywatch as Shauni McClain. She also starred in the films Under Siege and The Beverly Hillbillies. Eleniak had several roles in television. She played Jamie Coburn in Broken Angel. In 1989 Eleniak decided that appearing in Playboy would help boost her career, and Steve Ferguson put her in contact with a Playboy photographer. Playboy featured her on two covers and later as the centerfold in the July 1989 issue. After an audition and three call backs, Eleniak won a role in Baywatch as Shauni McClain. Eleniak was the lead female character for three seasons until Pamela Anderson replaced her in 1992. She also played the high-school girlfriend of Jesse (John Stamos) in a November 1990 episode of Full House. In 1992, Eleniak returned to film acting, playing Jordan Tate, a Playboy Playmate hired to do a striptease for the captain of the U.S. Navy battleship, USS Missouri, in Under Siege. she starred in the Dennis Hopper-directed romantic comedy Chasers. William McNamara, one of her costars in this film, also became her partner in life. Eleniak went on to shoot another movie with McNamara, Girl in the Cadillac (1995). Eleniak also starred in an interactive game during 1995; she played identical twins in Panic in the Park (1995). She continued to make more independent films including A Pyromaniac's Love Story (1995), Bordello of Blood (1996) and Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave (1997). Eleniak has starred in a host of films, including The Pandora Project (1998) with Daniel Baldwin, One Hot Summer Night (1998) with Barry Bostwick, Final Voyage (1999) with Ice-T, Stealth Fighter (1999), The Opponent (2000), Vegas, City of Dreams (2001) with Angelica Bridges, Second to Die (2002), Snowbound (2001), Betrayal (2003) and Shakedown (2002).
Erika's IMDB Page. - Erika's Wikipedia Page.


Jimmy Pardo

Nationally-known comedian Jimmy Pardo will be performing at Stars Night Out. Pardo hosted the Game Show Network's National Lampoon's Funny Money, and later co-hosted American Movie Channel's Movies At Our House. He was the warm-up comedian for The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, and Jimmy will return to NBC when O’Brien’s new show debuts. He also hosts the award-winning podcast, Never Not Funny with producer Matt Belknap, now in its seventh season.
Jimmy's Official Website. - Jimmy's IMDB Page. - Jimmy's Wikipedia Page.


Susan Olsen

Susan Olsen is a former child television actress and current animal welfare advocate. The naturally blonde-headed Olsen is best known for her role as Mike & Carol Brady's (played by Robert Reed and Florence Henderson) youngest daughter, Cindy Brady, on the 1970s television sitcom The Brady Bunch for the full run of the show, from 1969-1974. After landing a number of supporting roles, most notably, Ironside, Gunsmoke, and Julia, at age seven she was cast as Cindy on The Brady Bunch. She was the youngest actress ever to appear in the series. Her book Love to Love You Bradys was published by ECW Press in September 2009. Olsen has appeared in all "Brady Bunch" reunion movies, with the exception of A Very Brady Christmas in 1988, because she was on her honeymoon with her first husband. In that movie, Cindy Brady was played by Jennifer Runyon.
Susan's IMDB Page. - Susan's Wikipedia Page.


Claudia Wells

Claudia Wells is an actress. After appearances in TV shows, Wells played Jennifer Parker, Marty McFly's girlfriend, on the 1985 film Back to the Future. However, her mother had been diagnosed with cancer, so Wells was not available to reprise the role for the two sequels; Elizabeth Shue replaced her. Also in 1985, Wells co-starred in Stop the Madness, an anti-drug music video sponsored by the Reagan administration, featuring several famous musicians, actors and athletes. The following year, she appeared in the TV movie Babies Having Babies and the short-lived series Fast Times, a TV adaptation of the popular 1982 film Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Following Fast Times, she did not again appear on-screen until the 1996 independent film Still Waters Burn (released on DVD February 12, 2008).
Claudia's IMDB Page. - Claudia's Wikipedia Page.


Jennifer Rhodes (Saturday Only)

Jennifer Rhodes is probably best known for her role as "Grams" Halliwell, the matriarchal witch in the long-running series, CHARMED. She rates at the only Guest Actress to appear at least once a season for the show's entire eight-year run - from "Is There a Woogey in the House" to "Forever Charmed". Her career spans four decades and includes Guest Star roles in series such as, LOU GRANT, MATLOCK, QUANTUMLEAP, FAME, L.A. LAW' MURPHY BROWN, DESIGNING WOMEN, ER, THIRD ROCK FROM THE SUN, ALLY MCBEAL, FRIENDS and most recently, COLD CASE. Honor film fans will remember Jennifer as "Sister Gloria, the Ninja Nun" in NIGHT OF THE DEMONS 2. In the cult film, HEATHERS, she played Winona Ryder's off-the-wall mother. Upon discovering her daughter has hanged herself, she exclaims, "Oh, I should have let you take that job at the mall!"
Jennifer's Official Website. - Jennifer's IMDB Page. - Jennifer's Wikipedia Page.


Bob Wall (Friday Only)

Bob Wall is an actor and martial artist. Bob is a former heavyweight world-champion kickboxer. He is featured in a number of films, most notably three appearances with martial arts master Bruce Lee. Bob Wall appeared in the film Way of the Dragon with Lee, along with Chuck Norris. Among the martial arts Bob Wall has studied Okinawa-te karate under Shihan Gordon Doversola. In 1966, Wall along with karate champion Joe Lewis opened the famous Sherman Oaks Karate Studio in Sherman Oaks, California. In 1968 Lewis sold his share of the studio to Chuck Norris. He also had a supporting role in Lee's most famous film (in the western world) Enter the Dragon. He later appeared in Game of Death, Bruce Lee's incomplete film re-cut in 1979.
Bob's IMDB Page. - Bob's Wikipedia Page.


Cindy Pickett

Cindy Pickett is probably best known as Ferris Bueller’s mother in John Hughes’ cult classic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”. She began her career in the 70”s as Jackie Marler-Spaulding on the CBS soap “The Guiding Light” and traveled to the Phillipines to star in legendary french director Roger Vadim’s “Night Games”. After that her career took off starring in the critically acclaimed series “Call To Glory” with Craig T. Nelson and Elizabeth Shue, and playing the sexy Dr. Carol Novino in the series, “St Elsewhere” . She also played the mother to Carla Gugina in the film “Son In Law” and mother to Laura Flynn Boyle in the controversial mini-series “Amerika”, as well as the wrenching role of a mother whose son is abducted in the mini-series, “I Know My First Name Is Stephen”. She starred in the SciFi movie “Deep Star Six” and in Stephen King’s “Sleepwalkers” and has just completed an independent film “Mother Country” and is the voice of Snowball in a Nicktoons short animated film for TV, "Elf Sparkle and the Special Red Dress". She has guest starred on such series as “Cold Case”, “NYPD Blue’, “Burn Notice”, “Medium”, “Without A Trace” and many others.
Cindy's IMDB Page. - Cindy's Wikipedia Page.


Henry Hill

Henry Hill is a former mobster, Lucchese crime family associate, and FBI informant whose life was immortalized in the book Wiseguy, written by crime reporter Nicholas Pileggi, and the 1990 Martin Scorsese film Goodfellas, in which Hill was played by Ray Liotta. Hill chose to become an informant to avoid a possible execution by the Mafia or going to prison for his crimes; his testimony led to 50 convictions.
Jeannie's Wikipedia Page.


Jeannie Russell

Jeannie Russell is an actress best known for playing Dennis's playmate in the television series "Dennis The Menace". Recently, Jeannie has also appeared in "The Bilderberg Club: Meet the Shadow One World Government".
Jeannie's IMDB Page.


Mara Marini

Mara Marini is an actress who has played Nurse Gretchen in Lady Magdalene's and is slated to play Candy in Alongside Night. Other productions include, We Have to Stop Now, Head Over Spurs in Love , Rock and Roll: The Movie & Psychosomatika.
Mara's Official Website - Mara's IMDB Page.


Michael Goodrow

Michael Goodrow is an actor and musician, best known for his role as Ernie Fields on the television show "Eight Is Enough". Michael will be preforming with the Enterprise Blues Band at Hollywood Xpo.
Michael's Official Website - Michael's IMDB Page.


Frank Bank

Frank Bank is a actor, particularly known for his role as Clarence 'Lumpy' Rutherford on the situation comedy television series Leave It to Beaver. In 1983, he reprised his role of Lumpy in Still the Beaver. Frank is a municipal bonds broker in Los Angeles, California. His autobiography, Call Me Lumpy: My Leave It To Beaver Days and Other Wild Hollywood Life, was published in 2002.
Frank's IMDB Page. - Frank's Wikipedia Page.


Adam Meir

Adam Meir Was Born in Hungary and Immigrated to Israel in 1988. After seeing movies of Charlie Chaplin he was inspired to become an actor. In 2008 he co-founded the up and coming award winning "Cheekish Productions" that is supported by the Arts Council of England, Tom Stoppard and Sir Ian McKellen. The company Received a full grant from Farnham Malting "No Strings Attached" grant scheme, "The Daffodil Award" 2009 for best overall piece, The Nordern Farm "Granted" scheme, and it was the final nominee of The Guide Awards for best Professional Production 2009. Adam has produced and played the role of Michal in The Southern England tour of "The Pillowman" by Martin McDonagh in 2008. Adam Meir played Khalid Abdel Bassit in Lady Magdalene's and is slated to play Sayeed in Alongside Night.
Adam's Official Website - Adam's IMDB Page.


Marilyn Ghigliotti

Marilyn Ghigliottiis best known for her role as Veronica in the 1994 cult classic Clerks. Since moving to Los Angeles in 1997, she has continued to pursue her acting career and has appeared in several shorts and independent features. The latest independent film you can catch Marilyn in is a horror film titled Dead and Gone, which went directly to DVD July 2008. Most recently, Marilyn has united with Eric Nyenhuis from Sirius XM Foxxhole to co-host an internet radio show called www.retroradiolive.com.
www.theretroradiolive.com - Marilyn's IMDB Page.


James Kerwin

In addition to numerous film festival grand jury prizes, James Kerwin has earned distinctions such as the Accolade, the Telly, the Axiem, the Panavision New Filmmaker Grant, and the R.C. Norris Screenwriting Award. He was named "Best Director" and "Best Screenwriter" by New York Visionfest for last year's scifi noir feature film "Yesterday Was a Lie" from E1 Entertainment, starring Trek's Chase Masterson and Kipleigh Brown. Kerwin's live stage credits range from classical (Shakespeare's "Venus and Adonis") to modern (David Ives' "Seven Menus" and "Mere Mortals" for Noah Wyle and Daniel Henning's Blank Theatre Company). He was listed among the Los Angeles Times' "Faces to Watch" as part of the Lone Star Ensemble theatre group, and his innovative directing style has been honored by critic Paul Birchall for two consecutive years in Back Stage Magazine's "Best of the Year" list. Kerwin's work is studied in university curricula and has been analyzed by scholarly organizations and journals such as the Shakespeare Association of America and Shakespeare Newsletter. He has instructed production and cinematography labs at T.C.U., served as a guest artist at U.T. Austin, and spoken on filmmaking in venues as diverse as San Diego Comic-Con, Space Camp, and the University of Arizona's Center for Consciousness Studies.
James's Official site. - James's IMDB Page. - James's Wikipedia Page.


Kipleigh Brown

Kipleigh Brown was born and raised in Chicago. She studied at the Steppenwolf Theatre and the Second City as well as performing in numerous theatrical productions around the Windy City. In addition to the starring role in the scifi noir feature "Yesterday Was a Lie," her TV and film credits include playing engineer Jane Taylor in "Star Trek: Enterprise," Disney's "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody," "The Magic Door," "Relative Strangers" starring Danny DeVito, and "Design," official selection of the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. Kipleigh also writes for and performs in Top Story Weekly, a topical sketch comedy show at the iO West in Hollywood. She was selected as one of the "Hot Leading Ladies" of film by Film Fetish for her role in "Yesterday Was a Lie," and was named "Best Actress" in a fantasy feature by the ShockerFest International Film Festival. Kipleigh will be featured in our "Yesterday was a Lie" panel.
Kipleigh's Official Site. - Kipleigh's IMDB Page. - Kipleigh's Wikipedia Page.


Warren Davis

Warren Davis is an actor and video game programmer. Warren Davis's TV and film credits include "Yesterday Was a Lie," "House M.D.," "Criminal Minds," "Infidelity (In Equal Parts)," "LAX," "E.R.," "General Hospital," "The Innocents Mission," and "The Practice." For several years he served as artistic producer of the Living Room Series at Noah Wyle and Daniel Henning's Blank Theatre Company in Hollywood. A former game programmer, he is renowned for creating such arcade classics as Q*bert, Terminator 2, and Us vs. Them, and has also worked for George Lucas's Industrial Light and Magic. Davis developed the video digitization system that was used in Williams/Midway video games from the late 1980s through mid-90s, allowing images of live actors videotaped in front of a blue screen to be placed in games. Warren will be featured in our "Yesterday was a Lie" panel.
Warren's IMDB Page. - Warren's Wikipedia Page.


Stan Livingston

Stan Livingston is an actor, best known for playing Richard "Chip" Douglas, the third son of Steve Douglas (Fred MacMurray) on the long running television series My Three Sons. He and MacMurray were the only actors to appear throughout the series.[2] His younger brother Barry Livingston played his adopted brother Ernie in later seasons. Later in his career, Livingston became a producer and director in Los Angeles.
Stan's IMDB Page. - Stan's Wikipedia Page.


Barry Livingston

Barry Livingston is a television and film actor. Livingston is perhaps best known for his role as Ernie Douglas on the television series My Three Sons. He is the younger brother of actor/director Stanley Livingston. After the series run of My Three Sons ended in 1972, Livingston landed roles in Room 222 and The Streets of San Francisco. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, he continued to work steadily in both films and television including Police Woman, Sidewinder 1, Simon & Simon, and 1st & Ten. In 2007, Livingston had a guest spots in the series Mad Men, and appeared in Zodiac. He also had a major role in the Hallmark Channel movie "Final Approach." In 2008 Livingston was in an episode of Two and a Half Men as Sam. Barry is the only cast member of My Three Sons to still have an active Screen Actors Guild Card.
Barry's IMDB Page. - Barry's Wikipedia Page.


Said Faraj

Said has been part of the greatest films of our generation, such as Ghost (1990), Bad Influence (1990), True Romance (1993), and The Siege (1998/I). Said has also starred in reoccurring roles in some of TV's top-rated shows like "24" (2001) and "The Shield" (2002); and most recently Said appeared as a guest star on several other successful shows, including Bones, and The Unit. Since becoming an established actor, Said has been able to share his experiences and worked with the Who's Who of talented directors, including Tony Scott, Ed Zwick, Curtis Hanson, Sam Raimi, Jerry Zucker and Paul Greengrass, who cast Said in one of the major supporting roles in the film Green Zone (2010), starring Matt Damon. Said has also appeared in, Lady Magdalene's, Hired Gun and green Zone.
Said's IMDB Page


J. Neil Schulman

J. Neil Schulman is a novelist, journalist, screenwriter, filmmaker, publisher, radio personality, composer and actor. He's the author of two Prometheus award-winning novels, Alongside Night and The Rainbow Cadenza, short fiction, nonfiction, and screenwritings, including the CBS Twilight Zone episode "Profile in Silver." In 2006 J. Neil Schulman directed his first feature film, Lady Magdalene's, based on his original screenplay. Lady Magdalene's won "Best Cutting Edge Film". Schulman also executive-produced Lady Magdalene's with Nichelle Nichols (Star Trek's Uhura), who played the title role.
Neil's Website


Justin R. Durban

Award-winning composer Justin Durban made his initial breakthrough in the theatrical trailer for Warner Brothers’ TAKING LIVES and composed his first major film score for the award-winning independent feature FIRECRACKER, listed as one of Roger Ebert’s best films of 2005. Justin’s work has been featured in the theatrical and television campaigns for such well-known films as AVATAR, AUSTRALIA, BATTLE FOR TERRA, HARRY POTTER: ORDER OF THE PHOENIX, HULK, MUMMY 3 and most recently Tim Burton’s ALICE IN WONDERLAND. His latest feature film scores include SEMUM for Warner Brothers Turkey, critically-acclaimed STAR TREK – OF GODS AND MEN and award-winning independent feature GPS – THE MOVIE. Justin has also recently recorded original music with live orchestras at Seattle’s prestigious Bastyr Chapel, George Lucas’ infamous Skywalker Ranch and Nashville's Ocean Way Studio to record the Orchestral Soundtrack to the Admiral Nimitz National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, TX.
Justin's Website - Justin's IMDB Page


Eric Nyenhuis

Eric is an America Mixed Martial Artist and radio personality. Eric known for his participation with the Original Jerky Boys based out of New York City. He was scouted by Sirius XM and Howard 101, being billed as the next Howard Stern. Eric has worked as a manager for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) close to twelve years. Eric continues his work and style by working with local radio stations domestically and created RETRO RADIO LIVE along with Marilyn Ghigliotti.





(Listed In First Name Alphabetical Order)


Charlie Becker

Charlie will be preforming with the Enterprise Blues Band at Hollywood Xpo.


J. Kent Hastings

J. Kent Hastings is an actor, editor and producer. J. Kent's credits include, Lady Magdalene's, Crustacean & Alongside Night.
J. Kent's IMDB Page


Kurt Lancaster

Kurt Lancaster is the author of DSLR Cinema: Crafting the Film Look with Video, Focal Press. His short films, including his documentary on those who want to live on Mars, "Dreams from a Red Planet," have been screened nationally and internationally. He teaches digital filmmaking at Northern Arizona University’s School of Communication. He writes about DSLR Cinema on his blog (see website below).
Kurt's Website


Len McLeod

Leonard C.McLeod is a producer and president/CEOof Highlander Films LLC And Dark Sky Pictures LLC.
Len's Website


Marc Kruskol

Promoting Indy Films


Robin Rowe

Robin Rowe is the president of MovieEditor.com. Robin writes for Popular Photography, Motion Picture Editors Guild Magazine, HD Magazine, Gosh!TV, and Hollywood Today. He's co-president of the 4,000-member industry association ScreenPlayLab. He's worked for DreamWorks Animation, the BBC, and NBC. He's a producer, writer, technologist and picture editor.


Steven Sawicki

Steven Sawicki is a writer/screenwriter/reviewer. He has published a novella and 7 short stories, has two screenplays under option, adapted On A Pale Horse to screenplay, and has reviewed for Science Fiction Chronicle, Absolute Magnitude, Fantastic, Science Fiction Review, Cinefantastique, Tangent, Movie Club and SFRevu.


Comics to Film Panel with Robin Rowe

Adrian Askarieh
Geoff Boucher
Leo Partible
Peter Briggs


Girl Power Panel with Robin Rowe

Alicia Hollinger
Alison Haislip
Steven Sears









Arne Starr

Arne Starr is and Artist, Illustrator and Actor. An artist for over 25 years, Arne Starr has produced illustrations for many major companies and products. Arne worked on a number of comics published by DC Comics. Arne is also an actor courtesy of the late Mark Lenard, whom he trained under for a couple of years at the Corner Loft Studio in New York, New York. He also appeared in 2009's Star Trek as an Enterprise engineer. Arne has had several roles in Tv and Film. Film credits include cameo's in Transformers and Ironman and small roles in comedies Bedtime Stories and Hotel For Dogs. TV credits include, Jericho, Bones, Grey's Anatomy, Mad Men & NCIS: Los Angeles. Working on Trek Comics lead to Arne’s becoming a regular guest at Star Trek and media conventions. His Hollywood connections with major studios provide him with “teasers,” trailers, and behind-the-scenes pieces to present at conventions to delight the fans, as well as bringing all those wonderful giveaways the studios provide.
Arne's Official Website. - Arne's IMDB Page. - Arne's Memory Alpha Wiki Page.


William Stout

William Stout is an fantasy artist and illustrator with a specialization in paleontological art. His paintings have been shown in over seventy exhibitions, including twelve one-man shows. He has worked on over thirty feature films, doing everything from storyboard art to production design. He has designed theme parks and has worked in radio with the Firesign Theatre. In 1978, with Buck Rogers, Stout began his film production design career. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Stout and fellow illustrator Richard Hescox ran a Los Angeles art studio, working on such projects as the storyboards for Raiders of the Lost Ark and pop singer Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video. Stout has worked on over thirty feature films, including both Conan films, First Blood, The Hitcher, and Invaders From Mars. In 1985, with Return of the Living Dead, Stout became the youngest production designer in film history.He also production designed the Masters of the Universe film.
William's Official Website. - William's Wikipedia Page.


Frank Dietz

A dedicated horror movie fan, Frank Dietz has found success in the film industry as a writer, actor and animator. He starred in cult horror films like "Zombie Nightmare" and "Black Roses," and wrote scripts for many genre features, like "Naked Souls" and "Cold Harvest." His animation work can be seen in such films as "Hercules", "Mulan", "Tarzan" and "Fantasia 2000." He created the Sketchy Things series of classic monster sketchbooks, and in both 2006 and 2007, he won the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award for “Artist Of The Year.” He returned to acting with a role in Larry Blamire's "The Lost Skeleton Returns Again." Recently, Frank wrote the "The Good Neighbor," a crime drama for Jennifer Lopez, and is the writer and associate producer of anew horror franchise for release in 2011.
Frank's Official Website. - Frank's IMDB Page.


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John Earickson
Steven Sievers




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