Fan Expo Celebrity Roundup

Aside from all the great costuming and celebration of mixed fandoms at FanExpo, we also had the chance to meet with some celebrities.

Some were even gracious enough to let my boothbabe and sidekick Mindy take a picture with them.

Aaron Douglas – Chief Tyrol on Battlestar Galactica

Avery Brooks – Capt Sisko on Deep Space Nine

Beau Bridges – Major General Hank Landry on Stargate SG-1

Billy Dee Williams – Lando Calrissian on Star Wars

Bruce Campbell – Army of Darkness

Dave Thomas – Doug of Bob and Doug McKenzie

Emma Caufield – Anya on Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Bobby Chiu & Kei Acedera – Imaginism Studios Concept artists for Alice in Wonderland and the Smurfs

James Kyson Lee – Ando on Heroes

Leonard Nimoy – Dr Spock on Star Trek

Linda Hamilton – Terminator

Lou Ferigno – The Hulk

Robert Duncan McNiel – Lt Paris on Voyager

Thomas Dekker – John connor on Sarah Connor Chronicles

Udo Kier – Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein and Halloween (2007)

Walter Koenig – Lt. Pavel Chekov on Star Trek

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  2. DAMN, not a bad line up at all. I’ve been wanting to meet Bruce Campbell in person for ever now. He’s so awesome in just about everything he does and he’s just awesome in Burn Notice.

    Leonard Nimoy is also high on my list.

  3. I now identify Walter Koenig just as much, if not more so, with his recurring role of Bester on Babylon 5 than his role of Chekov. Aside from the Star Trek movies, I wouldn’t be surprised if he had just as many lines & as much screen time in his 12 episodes of Babylon 5 than in this 36 episodes of Star Trek.

    I miss Emma Caufield. She was great on Buffy.

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