Aug 12

Adam Baldwin


Adam Baldwin is an American actor known for starring in Full Metal Jacket (1987) as Animal Mother, as well as in the television series Firefly and its continuation film Serenity as Jayne Cobb. His roles include Colonel John Casey in Chuck and more recently Mike Slattery in The Last Ship.
His other work includes Radio Flyer (1992), From the Earth to the Moon (1998), The X-Files (Knowle Rohrer), The Cape, Men in Black: The Series, Stargate SG-1, Angel, The Inside, NCIS and the 2005 remake of The Poseidon Adventure. He also starred in the ABC series Day Break as Chad Shelten in 2006. Baldwin was cast as Kal-El/Clark Kent/Superman in Superman: Doomsday, which is based on DC Comics’ The Death of Superman. He also voices the character in the massively multiplayer online game, DC Universe Online.

Aug 12

Sean Maher


Sean Maher is well known to television and film audiences for his role as ‘Dr. Simon Tam’ in Joss Whedon’s critically acclaimed series “Firefly” and the feature “Serenity”.
Maher was born and raised in New York where he attended the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. He moved to Los Angeles after landing the coveted title role in the FOX drama “Ryan Caufield: Year One.” Upon the cancellation of that series Maher secured a holding deal with FOX and collaborated with the network on the well loved series “Party Of Five” as well as Darren Star’s “The $treet”. With the birth of his daughter in 2007 Maher took a few years off from acting to be a stay at home dad.
Sean appeared in the Season 2 finale of “Looking” for HBO, directed by Andrew Haigh. Additionally, he was seen recurring as Mark Scheffer¹ (aka Shrapnel) on the hit series “Arrow” for The CW. Maher won praise for his portrayal of ‘Don John’ in Joss Whedon’s feature film adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” and starred in the indie sci-fi feature “ISRA-88″ as well as the feature “People You May Know.” He starred opposite Academy Award Nominee June Squibb in the short film “The Visit.” Additional TV credits include “The Mentalist”, “Human Target,” and “Warehouse 13″. Maher reunited with many of his Firefly colleagues for the series “Con Man.” He is also the voice of ‘Nightwing’ for the Warner Bros / DC Comics animated universe.

Aug 09

Eddie McClintock


Eddie McClintock, is an American actor who has starred and guest-starred in numerous television shows. He played the role of Secret Service agent Pete Lattimer on the Syfy series Warehouse 13 and the Kree warrior, Vin-Tak, on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

And no, he is not David Boreanaz.

Aug 03

Alan Tudyk

Alan Wray Tudyk is an American actor and voice actor known for his roles as Hoban “Wash” Washburne in the space western television series Firefly and movie Serenity, Alpha in the science fiction TV series Dollhouse, Tucker McGee in Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, Steve the Pirate in DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story and Wat in A Knight’s Tale. He also co-starred on the ABC sitcom Suburgatory. He also had a supporting role in the film 42 as baseball manager Ben Chapman and voiced significant roles in Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen, Big Hero 6, and Zootopia. Most recently, he has finished development on the web series Con Man. He also played Marcus in Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials and recently finished shooting on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Jul 25

James Leary

James Leary

James Leary’s television credits include a two-year stint as Clem, the loose-skinned demon on the critically acclaimed hit Buffy the Vampire Slayer starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. James turned the original five-line part at the beginning of season six into a regular recurring role and was soon a fan favorite. He also had roles in HBO’s The Comeback, with Lisa Kudrow, and NBC’s Passions.

James co-wrote, co-produced and co-starred in the award-winning short film Stunt C*cks, a light-hearted spoof of the adult entertainment industry, with co-stars Lou Diamond Phillips, Scott Thompson, and Ron Jeremy. The film played to sold-out crowds at film festivals around the country and won the audience award for best short film at the Deep Ellum film festival.

His other credits include a starring role in the award-winning, critically acclaimed sitcom Los Beltrán. In its two-year run, Los Beltrán broke new ground as the first original comedy produced for Spanish language television in the United States. James brought his own undeniable energy and unique comic flair (he didn’t speak a word of Spanish) to the show as Kevin, the Beltrán family’s very American, flamboyant neighbor who rents an apartment from them with his same-sex partner Fernandito. The show received two GLAAD Media Award nominations (2000 and 2001) for Outstanding Comedy Series.

Currently James works as a narrative designer/writer for Daybreak Games on DC Universe Online.

Jul 13

Summer Glau


Summer Glau is an American actress best known for her roles in science fiction and fantasy television series; as River Tam in Firefly (2002) and its continuation film Serenity (2005), as Tess Doerner in The 4400 (2005–2007), as Cameron in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008–2009), as Bennett Halverson in Dollhouse (2009–2010), as Skylar Adams in Alphas (2011–2012) and as Isabel Rochev/Ravager in Arrow (2013–2014).

Jul 11

Eliza Dushku


Over the last 22 years Eliza Dushku has starred in numerous well-known film and television projects. She has maintained a cult-like following for her role as Faith, on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and spinoff show Angel, both from creator Joss Whedon, as well as rebel cheerleader, Missy, in the hit cheerleading film Bring It On.

She starred and produced for Fox’s Dollhouse, also created by Joss Whedon. She is currently producing a biopic of famed photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, as well as a documentary about her father’s homeland, Dear Albania, through her Boston Diva Productions company. Eliza is currently starring in the upcoming television reboot of the Roger Moore international-espionage classic, The Saint, as the feisty Patricia Holm.

Dushku is deeply involved in a number of charities, including THRIVE-GULU ( a Trauma, Healing and Reflection Center for former child soldiers and victims of the war in Northern Uganda, founded by her mother Judy in 2009, as well as Camp Hale (, a camp for inner-city Boston kids. Traditionally an all-boys camp, Camp Hale established an all-girls program in 2012 to provide inner-city girls with the chance to experience the unique opportunities that Camp Hale has to offer.

We are so happy to have Eliza with us this year!

May 16

James Marsters


James Marsters may best be known for the role of Spike, the cult favorite punk-goth vampire that he played for six seasons on the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and then on the final season of the spin-off show Angel. He is a headlining fan favorite at conventions worldwide honoring the show and sci-fi genre.

As a sci-fi favorite, Marsters recurred on the series Smallville, playing the role of Brainiac, an android who causes a rift between Clark Kent and Lex Luthor. He was also seen in his recurring role on the hit BBC America show Torchwood, playing the ruthless and sexually deviant Captain John. Marsters has also recurred on the CBS series Without a Trace, as well as, the SyFy channel’s Caprica.

On the big screen, Marsters filmed the live action adaptation of the hit Japanese video game Dragon Ball, in which he portrayed Lord Picolo, the evil war lord set on destroying the earth. Other film credits include PS I Love You, with Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler and The House on Haunted Hill.

Born in the remote northern logging town of Greenville, California, and raised in Modesto, Marsters went on to study acting at the prestigious Juilliard School. He began his professional career in the theater, performing in such plays as The Tempest and Red Noses at Chicago’s renowned Goodman Theater. Marsters later starred on the Los Angeles stage in an original play titled The Why, produced by Noah Wyle.

In addition to his acting career, Marsters is a successful singer/songwriter. He is the front man of the band Ghost of the Robot, which sold out tours on an international level. He also completed a triumphant tour of the UK and Australia, in conjunction with the promotion of his solo album, Civilized Man.

Mar 01

Brett Dalton


In November 2012, Brett Dalton was cast in a starring role in the Joss Whedon TV series, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D as Agent Grant Ward. The series takes place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, following character Agent Phil Coulson and his small team of agents, Dalton’s character among them. Dalton’s other television credits include Blue Bloods, Army Wives and Nurses, and National Geographic Channel’s Killing Lincoln. His theatre credits include Passion Play, Romeo and Juliet, and Happy Now? (Yale Repertory); Sweet Bird of Youth and Demon Dreams (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Macbeth (Macbeth) and You Can’t Take It With You (Chautauqua Theater Company).

On May 16, 2014, Dalton was cast in indie drama film The Tourist, as Eric Lazard, a heartbroken former college football star who gets in over his head with a dangerous Florentine sport and alluring local woman, alongside Stana Katic and Emily Atack.

In addition to on screen acting and theatre, Dalton voiced the character Mike in Until Dawn (2015), an action survival horror video game developed by Supermassive Games. In February, Dalton was nominated by the National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers for his performance.

Dalton lives on the West Coast with his wife and daughter. This will be his first Dragon Con.