Eugene Clark
Eugene Clark
Seth Gilliam
Seth Gilliam
Michael Cudlitz
Michael Cudlitz
Mitch Pileggi
Mitch Pileggi
Susanne Lambdin
Susanne Lambdin
Batmobile
Batmobile
Michale Cudlitz Charity Food Drive
Michale Cudlitz Charity Food Drive
William B. Davis
William B. Davis
7th Annual Crypticon Kansas City Cosplay & Costume Contest
7th Annual Crypticon Kansas City Cosplay & Costume Contest
Andrew Divoff
Andrew Divoff
Robert Kurtzman
Robert Kurtzman
Dan Yeager
Dan Yeager
Brian Thompson
Brian Thompson
Butch Patrick
Butch Patrick
Erich Anderson
Erich Anderson
Jason Baldwin
Jason Baldwin
Suzanne Snyder
Suzanne Snyder
Jeffrey Combs
Jeffrey Combs
Steve Dash
Steve Dash
The Supernatural Car
The Supernatural Car

Erich Anderson

Erich Anderson is an actor, sometimes credited as E. Erich Anderson, who has starred in film and on television. He is best known for his first film role in the 1984 horror film Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter as Rob Dier. He also starred in the 1988 film Bat*21 and in the 2002 drama film Unfaithful. Anderson’s television appearances have included the series Second Chances as Bruce Christianson, thirtysomething as Billy Sidel, and Felicity as Felicity’s father. He also guest starred on Melrose Place as Courtney Thorne-Smith‘s psychiatrist. He has made guest appearances on such television series as Murder, She Wrote, CSI, CSI: Miami, Star Trek: The Next Generation in the Season 5 episode “Conundrum” as Commander Kieran MacDuff, and Boomtown as D.A. Ben Fisher. He also appeared in Season 3 Episode 19 of US drama House

Lew Temple

Lew Temple (born October 2, 1967) is an American film actor, known for his roles as Locus Fender in the action film, Domino, Cal, the diner manager in the comedy-drama Waitress, and Axel in the third season of The Walking Dead. Temple was raised in Texas. He was the 1982 Baseball MVP at Rollins College, and graduated in 1985. Baseball Though he was too small for the big leagues, he continued with his love for baseball, snagging roles as a minor league bullpen catcher for the Seattle Mariners and Houston Astros. In 1986, he was the scout for the New York Mets, and would later go on to serve as Assistant Director of Minor League Operations and Scouting for the Astros until 1993. Film Temple has had several film roles in the horror genre, appearing in Rob Zombie‘s horror film, The Devils Rejects as Adam Banjo, portraying Sheriff Winston in the prequel to the remake of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and as Noel Kluggs in Rob Zombie‘s slasher film, Halloween. Temple played Marv in Trailer Park of Terror, and Pete in the thriller/horror film House. In 2016 he starred in Rob Zombie Slasher film 31 as Psycho-Head. Temple’s other film roles include Locus Fender in

E.G. Daily

Elizabeth Ann Guttman (born September 11, 1961), known professionally as Elizabeth Daily and E.G. Daily, is an American actress and singer. She is known for her portrayal of voicing Tommy Pickles in Rugrats and its spin-off All Grown Up! and in the Rugrats film series, Buttercup in The Powerpuff Girls, Rudy Tabootie in ChalkZone, and Private Isabel “Dizzy” Flores in Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles. Daily also provided the voice of the title role in the live-action feature film Babe: Pig in the City, replacing her Rugrats co-star Christine Cavanaugh (who originally voiced Chuckie Finster and later died in December 2014). She also played the role of Dottie in the film Pee-wee’s Big Adventure. In 1997, she also played alongside Lisa Kudrow in an episode of Friends, “The One With Phoebe’s Ex Singing Partner”. Voice acting She has voiced television characters such as Tommy Pickles in Rugrats and its spin-off All Grown Up! and in the Rugrats film series, Buttercup in The Powerpuff Girls, Rudy Tabootie in ChalkZone, and Freefall / Roxy Spaulding in the film Gen¹³ and Private Isabel “Dizzy” Flores in Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles. She provided the voice for the title role in the live-action feature film Babe:

Mitch Pileggi

Mitchell Craig “Mitch” Pileggi (born April 5, 1952) is an American actor, best known for his role as Walter Skinner on The X-Files. He also had a recurring role on Stargate Atlantis as Colonel Steven Caldwell. He appeared in the 2008 film Flash of Genius. In 2008, he began a recurring role as Ernest Darby in Sons of Anarchy. He starred as Harris Ryland in the TNT revival of Dallas (2012–2014). Pileggi, one of several children, was born in Portland, Oregon, the son of Maxine Anna (Minor), a homemaker, and Vito Pileggi, a defense contractor.[1] His family moved frequently because of his father’s occupation, and Pileggi lived in Oregon, California, and Texas before spending most of his adolescence in Turkey.[2] Pileggi was a high school athlete, concentrating on wrestling and football. He attended the University of Texas at Austin, receiving a degree in business. For a while he worked in Iran as a defense contractor, until the 1979 Iranian revolution caused him and his brother to have to flee the country, escaping to Greece.[citation needed] Pileggi began acting while he was a high school student in Turkey, playing musical theater.[3] After returning to Austin from Iran, he performed in local

Robert Kurtzman

ROBERT KURTZMAN Director/Producer/Special Effects Creator DGA/ SAG-AFTRA / IATSE Representation: Anthony Marotto–APA Agency 212/621/3081– amarotto@apa-agency.com   For three decades Robert Kurtzman has been an icon in the world of special make-up, creature effects, and genre filmmaking. His award-winning, photo-realistic effects work can be seen in hundreds of movies including Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters, franchises and television series.   As the director of such genre hits and fan favorites as Wishmaster, The Rage, and Buried Alive, and as the creator of the modern horror classic From Dusk Till Dawn, his films and amazing special effects have won him legions of fans around the globe.   Robert began his 30 year career at the age of 19 when he moved from Ohio to Hollywood and quickly began working for many of the industry’s top special effects creators.  His early credits include genre classics: Predator, Evil Dead II, From Beyond, The Hidden, Phantasm II, Invaders from Mars, Night of the Creeps, and Re-Animator.   In 1988 Robert co-founded the award winning K.N.B. EFX Group Inc. (Kurtzman, Nicotero, Berger.) Over the next 15 years K.N.B. became one of the most prolific effects studios in Hollywood  with hundreds of feature film and television credits including From

Andrew Divoff

Andrew Daniel Divoff is a Venezuelan film, television actor and stuntman, best known for playing the evil Djinn in the first two Wishmaster films and the villains Cherry Ganz in Another 48 Hrs., Ernesto Mendoza in A Low Down Dirty Shame, Boris Bazylev in Air Force One, Ivan Sarnoff in CSI: Miami and Mikhail Bakunin in Lost. He was born on July 2, 1955 in San Tomé, Venezuela. His father is Russian and his mother is Venezuelan. He lived five years in Vilassar de Mar (Spain), between 1973 and 1977, feeling himself to be Catalan too. He lives in the United States. Divoff can speak eight languages: English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Catalan, Portuguese, Swedish and Russian. He used to speak Romanian but forgot the language when he had no one with whom to speak it. He also acted in The Hunt for Red October, Air Force One and Toy Soldiers. Before fame, He was born in Venezuela and lived in Spain for five years. He typically plays villains, especially the leaders of drug cartels, in his films. Divoff has played many villains in film and on television, usually drug cartel leaders, and is best known for having played the

Dirk Benedict

Dirk Benedict was born in Montana on March 1st, 1945. He was raised in the country, far away from anything connected with movies or acting. He gathered his first experiences in acting (on a dare) in a college production of “Showboat” where he got the main part. His father, a lawyer, died when Dirk was 18, which was hard for him to take. While working on Georgia, Georgia (1972) in Sweden, he made the first contact with a macrobiotic diet and changed his eating habits drastically. He was 26 at that time. A few years later, doctors found that he had cancer of the prostate. He refused to accept the usual treatment and moved away to a secluded cottage. Dirk managed to cure himself from cancer by following the rules of his macrobiotic diet. When he got his part as “Starbuck” in Battlestar Galactica (1978), the doctors stated that he was in good health. Dirk’s main successes were “Battlestar Galactica” and The A-Team (1983) in which he played “Templeton – The Face – Peck”. He was formerly married to actress Toni Hudson and has two sons (George and Roland).

Howard Sherman

Howard began his career at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco in 1971. While a member of ACT’s repertory company, he appeared in the roles of Glendenning in David Storey‘s The Contractor, The Archangel Gabriel in Nagle Jackson’s The Mystery Cycle, James in Harold Pinter‘s The Collection, and Gratiano in The Merchant of Venice, along with roles in both Antony and Cleopatra and Caesar and Cleopatra. He appeared as Archie in Tom Stoppard‘s Jumpers in the premier season of Chicago’s Northlight Theatre Company. While a member of the resident company at the Actors Theatre of Louisville for three seasons during the mid-70s, he played the role of Lucius in Jon Jory‘s Andronicus: A Space Musical, and had roles in The Runner Stumbles, The Front Page, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, and the European tour of Marsha Norman‘s Getting Out. His off-Broadway credits include Shel Silverstein‘s The Crate and The Lady or the Tiger Show as well as Sam Shepard‘s Geography of a Horse Dreamer at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, along with I’m Not Rappaport at the Roundabout Theatre Company. He appeared in Titus Andronicus and Tell Out My Soul at The Public Theater, and in Lillian Hellman‘s Another

Butch Patrick

Patrick was born in Los Angeles, California. Patrick began his acting career in 1961, making his feature film debut in the 20th Century Fox comedy-fantasy The Two Little Bears. Over the next two years, Patrick went on to appear in guest-starring roles on numerous television series, including Ben Casey, Alcoa Premiere, Bonanza, My Favorite Martian, Mister Ed and Rawhide as well as recurring roles on The Real McCoys and General Hospital. When recounting how he began his acting career, Patrick explained “I owe my career to my sister. She was the one who got me started and gave me all the encouragement. She always wanted to be an actress and was on the casting call sheet one day. She was asked if there were any other children at home. She told them about me, and I got some small roles, then some bigger ones…” In 1964, Patrick landed the role of child werewolf Eddie Munster, starring alongside Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster, Yvonne De Carlo as Lily Munster and Al Lewis as Grandpa, on the CBS television series, The Munsters, a fantasy situation comedy loosely based on Universal’s movie monsters. The role of Eddie was originally portrayed by child actor Happy Derman

Jeffrey Combs

Few actors living today are truly icons.  Jeffrey Combs is that rare breed of actor who has secured himself a spot in film history.  Many claim him as the modern day Vincent Price.  Bursting into the public consciousness with his riveting performance as Herbert West in the cult classic Re-Animator, over the years Jeffrey has carved out an enviable niche for himself as a true original. Jeffrey, a native of the Central Coast region of California, spent years nurturing and honing his craft by attending acclaimed schools and working in regional theatre before pursuing film and television.  He received his training at the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts and the Actor�s Training Program at the University of Washington in Seattle.  He spent years in regional theatre performing at such notable venues as the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, Arizona Theatre Company in Tucson, AZ, the California Shakespearean Company, the Mark Taper Forum and South Coast Repertory where, in 1983, he won an LA Drama Critics Award. With over 50 feature films and countless television works under his belt, Jeffrey�s career spans a broad range of genres.  However, he�s most widely recognized and dearly loved by fans of the