Autograph tickets and VIP packages are available for sale (for select guests, while supplies last) on our Tickets Page. Photo opportunities for select guests are included with the VIP packages and available for sale individually through our partner Epic Photo Ops. Please note: Baltimore Comic-Con admission is not included with the purchase of individual autographs, photo ops, or media guest VIP packages and must be purchased for admission to the Convention.
Saturday and Sunday Only
Zachary Levi’s Spotlight panel will take place at 1pm Sunday in the Ballroom.
Zachary Levi’s signings and photographs will take place Saturday and Sunday.
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Zachary Levi’s exuberance and charm have made him a Hollywood first pick and a favorite among his devoted fans.
On the big screen, Levi will be appearing in DC Entertainment’s Shazam! in the starring role of Captain Marvel. Shazam! is currently slated to arrive in theaters on April 29, 2019. Levy plays the adult super-hero alter-ego of Billy Batson, a boy with the power to transform in times of need with a single magic word.
Levi previously appeared in the Marvel film Thor 2 in the role of Fandral the Dashing, and made an appearance in Thor Ragnarok. Levi also commanded the lead role opposite Mandy Moore in Disney’s twist on its classic Rapunzel; entitled Tangled. The Oscar-nominated film was a huge success at the box office and DVD release.Other notable big screen appearances include the 20th Century Fox film
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel which broke box office records in its Christmas release, the independent feature film Spiral with Amber Tamblyn, and a starring role in the franchise film Big Momma’s House 2 with Martin Lawrence.
Fans saw Levi’s return to television with the Netflix drama Alias Grace. He also reprised his role as the delightful Flynn Rider, reteaming with Mandy Moore’s Rapunzel for Disney’s Tangled television series. Levi appeared in the NBC series Heroes Reborn, the revamp of the fan favorite show which premiered in the fall of 2015. This marked a return to NBC for Levi, who portrayed the beloved Chuck for five seasons. Additionally, Levi hosted and produced Geeks Who Drink, a game show based on the pub trivia contest of the same name, for SyFy network.
Levi recently had a successful run in the Broadway revival of She Loves Me also starring Laura Benanti and Jane Krakowski. He earned a Tony Award nomination for his portrayal of Georg in the hugely popular show. Previously, Levi had his Broadway debut opposite Krysta Rodriguez in the witty musical First Date. The romantic comedy also received critical acclaim, as did Levi for the run of the show.
Levi grew up in Ventura County, CA. He began acting in theater at the early age of six, performing lead roles in regional productions such as Grease, The Outsiders, Oliver, Godspell, The Wizard of Oz, Big River, and Marvin’s Room. It was this early training that ultimately brought him to the attention of Hollywood.
Levi devotes much time and energy doing philanthropic work as an ambassador for Operation Smile, through his company The Nerd Machine, and his annual Comic-Con event NERD HQ that has raised over a million dollars for the charity to date. Levi currently resides in Los Angeles.
Saturday and Sunday Only
Mike Colter’s Spotlight panel will take place at 12 noon Saturday in the Ballroom.
Mike Colter’s signings and photographs will take place Saturday and Sunday.
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Mike Colter began playing Marvel’s Luke Cage in the Netflix series Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter, in 2015. Positively received in the role, the series led into a solo Luke Cage series in 2016 followed by a Marvel team-up with Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and Iron Fist as The Defenders in 2017. Season
Prior to his time in the Marvel television universe, Colter was a cast member of the popular FX anthology series American Horror Story in 2013, appearing in three episodes of the Coven storyline. Following his turn on the horror series, Colter appeared as Agent Locke in the Xbox One series Halo: Nightfall and Halo 5: Guardians.
Colter’s earliest screen work was in the long-running NBC series ER, as well as The Parkers in 2002. Colter was a featured player in the Academy Award-winning Clint Eastwood production, Million Dollar Baby. He returned to television in Law & Order: Trial by Jury and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, before being cast in the film And Then Came Love.
Colter’s work on both the small and big screens eventually led to a recurring role on the Sarah Michelle series Ringer from 2011-2012, and in 2012, he appeared in both Men In Black 3 and Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty.
Born and raised in South Carolina, Colter trained to be an actor from an early age. After earning a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina, Colter attended Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts where he received a MFA in acting.
Friday and Saturday Only
Wil Wheaton’s Spotlight panel will take place at 1pm Saturday in the Ballroom.
Wil Wheaton’s signings and photographs will take place Friday and Saturday.
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Wil Wheaton is an author, actor, and producer. He is best known for his work on The Big Bang Theory, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Stand By Me. He is the co-creator, with Felicia Day, of the award-winning webseries, Tabletop. He is an award-winning and critically acclaimed audiobook narrator. His narration includes Ready Player One, The Collapsing Empire, Red Shirts, Strange Weather, and Masters of Doom. As a voice actor, Wil has performed in Teen Titans, Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters, Ben Ten: Alien Force, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, and Disney’s Miles from Tomorrowland.
Wil lives with depression and anxiety, and is an outspoken advocate for mental health care. He is the recipient of the 2014 Rona and Ken Purdy Award to End Discrimination, awarded by NAMI.
Wil is online at wilwheaton.net, @wilw on Twitter, and is @itswilwheaton on most other social networks.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Katrina Law’s Spotlight panel will take place at 11am Saturday in the Ballroom.
Katrina Law’s signings and photographs will take place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
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Katrina Law currently stars on Sony Crackle’s The Oath alongside Sean Bean and Ryan Kwanten. Prior to that, she starred as the female lead in Antoine Fuqua/Jerry Bruckheimer’s Training Day series for CBS and Warner Brothers Television.
Katrina also stars in the Independent features, Apparition directed by Quinn Saunders, and Death Valley directed by T.J. Scott, as well as Zeroes directed by Charles Smith and Darkness Rising directed by Austin Reading. She also starred in a pivotal role as Danny Glover’s right hand woman in the Independent feature Checkmate directed by Timothy Woodward Jr.
Katrina has gained an extremely loyal global following from her recurring role of “Nyssa Al Ghul,” on CW’s Arrow. She notably starred as the romantic lead in Hallmark’s Snow Bride directed by Bert Kish. Snow Bride has become one of Hallmarks highest rated movies, which led to her starring again for Hallmark in 12 Gifts of Christmas directed by Peter Sullivan. Katrina previously starred in the series Spartacus for Starz Network.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Tricia Helfer’s Spotlight panel will take place at 12 noon Sunday in the Ballroom.
Tricia Helfer’s signings and photographs will take place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
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Tricia Helfer is best known as the face of the series, and for her Leo award-winning lead performance as the humanoid, Cylon ‘Number Six’ in the critically acclaimed Syfy series, Battlestar Galactica. Helfer has since gone on to book leading roles on a wide variety of networks. Tricia recently starred as a series regular on FOX’s Lucifer, switching gears from the role as Lucifer’s mother Charlotte, to an attorney by the same name.
Prior to Lucifer, Tricia was recurring in season two of the Playstation & Sony Picture TV series, Powers. Just before that, Helfer also played the lead of the Syfy channel’s original miniseries Ascension co-starring Brian Van Holt. In early 2014, Helfer starred as the lead of the ABC series, Killer Women. The Sofia Vergara-produced series followed beautiful badass Molly Parker (Helfer), in the notorious Texas Rangers frontier patrol, as she pursued justice despite being embroiled in a continuous fight for her peers’ respect.
Born in Donalda, Alberta, Canada, Helfer moved to Los Angeles in 2002 quickly earning a guest star spot on the second season finale of C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation. The following year, she earned her break with Battlestar Galactica, achieving a remarkably fast and successful transition into acting. During her hiatus from Battlestar Galactica, Helfer portrayed the legendary Farrah Fawcett in NBC’s film, Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Charlie’s Angels. She furthered expanded her portfolio by starring as ‘Stephanie Jacobs’ opposite Dennis Hopper and Billy Zane in the independent feature Memory, and later starred alongside LeeLee Sobieski in another independent, Walk All Over Me, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Helfer returned to the small-screen in 2008, joining the cast of the USA Network’s hit series, Burn Notice for a multi-episode arc. The next year, she filmed recurring guest spots on the award-winning CBS comedy, Two and a Half Men, while appearing on Fox’s crime shows Chuck and Lie to Me. In 2010, Helfer booked a series regular role on the ten-episode arc of Jerry Bruckheimer’s Dark Blue, starring opposite Dylan McDermott, and went on to do a variety of terrific roles on series such as Suits, on USA Network, Key and Peele, The Librarians, Community, Chuck, Jeremiah, and Franklin & Bash, among others. In addition to her vast array of television roles, Tricia starred in the film, A Beginner’s Guide to Endings, with Harvey Keitel, Scott Caan, and JK Simmons, and later went on to star in Authors Anonymous with Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting.
Adding to her impressive resume, Helfer has done prolific voiceover work in mega-hit video game franchises including, playing the roles of Commander Veronica Dare in Halo: ODST, EDI in Mass Effect 2 and 3, Sarah Kerrigan in Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, for which she won the 2010 VGA for Best Performance, as well as in StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm. She also showcased her voice talent in animated productions, Green Lantern: First Flight, a Cartoon Network TV movie, on Disney XD’s The Spectacular Spider-Man, and on Disney XD’s TRON: Uprising. In addition to acting, Helfer continues to support as many causes as she can, as she strongly believes in giving back. Tricia supports the Humane Society of United States, Best Friends Animal Society, amfAR, PETA, Kitten Rescue, and Richmond Animal Protection Society. Tricia, who has dual citizenship in the US and Canada, currently resides in Los Angeles.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Erin Gray’s Spotlight panel will take place at 11:15am Sunday in Room 339-342.
Erin Gray’s signings and photographs will take place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
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For five years on nightly network NBC TV, Erin Gray was the American public’s image of the ideal woman. Her “Kate” in Silver Spoons managed to have it all – marriage, family, and business career. And for the two years before that, she had redefined our public image of the beauty with brains: when Buck Rogers in the 25th Century became a hit series, her sleek, sophisticated “Colonel Wilma” became a role model, and Erin Gray became a household word.
Erin’s success as the face that launched some of America’s most glamorous beauty products was already legendary before she made the dramatic career change from model to actress. As the original “I’m worth it” woman for L’Oreal, and the Bloomingdales spokeswoman for Ten years, she was launched into a starring role in the critically acclaimed television mini-series Evening in Byzantium with Glenn Ford. Ms. Gray continued to star in numerous Movies-of The-Week, Born Beautiful, Starman, Coach of the Year, and Code of Vengeance, and also starred as Lilah opposite Kenny Rogers in the feature film Six Pack directed by Dan Petrie.
In Silver Spoons, in which Ms. Gray met and mastered the triple-challenge of the television sitcom-comedy, television, and live audiences, she further honed her “live audience” comedic skills by doing theater, starring in California Suite and Six Rooms River View, and not only achieving critical success with Social Security, but bringing audiences to their feet with standing ovations. In the summer of ’97 Erin starred in the award-winning play La Moure N.D. 58458 at the Bitter Truth Theatre in Los Angeles, as part of the cutting edge NoHo Arts Festival.
Ms. Gray continued to co-star in numerous MOWs such as Breaking Home Ties with Jason Robards, The Avenging Ace and Addicted to His Love. In four fascinating roles, Ms. Gray was again able to express her versatility and range as a psychotic killer and “evil duchess” opposite John Rhys Davies, a brilliant and twisted femme fatal in Dark Justice, opposite Frances’s leading comedic leading actor Thierry L’Hermite in a hilariously funny farce as an American writer who, while hiding out in a French Chateau, becomes involved in a murder mystery.
In the mid nineties Erin starred in three feature films, Jason Goes To Hell, Dangerous Place, and T-Force. She also starred in the first original movie for the USA/ Sci-Fi Networks, Official Denial, as well as the challenging role as the intense prosecutor, Pam Bozanich, in the controversial Fox-produced film of the Menendez trail, Honor Thy Father and Mother. Erin went on to make appearances in guest-starring roles in the CBS MOW Crowfoot, the series Heaven Help Us, Silk Stalkings, Renegade, and the very popular Baywatch.
In the year 2000 Erin guest starred in recurring roles, as Congresswoman Karen Archer in NBC’s highly acclaimed drama Profiler, and the coldhearted Nicole Devlin in ABC’s Port Charles. And in 2002, Erin was honored with the Entertainer Award at San Diego Film Festival. Within the last 18 years, Erin has also completed filming 17 independent feature films: The Last Producer with Burt Reynolds, Woman’s Story, Social Misfits, Touched By A Killer, Delicate Instruments, S.W.A.T., ManFast, Serial Intentions, Clover Bend with Robert Urich, Caught In The Headlights with Stacey Keach, The Wedding Video, Loaded, with Chace Crawford and Jesse Metcalf, My True Self, Hunter Prey, Nesting, Christmas in Palm Springs, Finding Grace, and the award-winning independent film Dreams Awake, for which Erin received Best Actress in a Feature Film from the Monaco’s Angel Film Festival.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Michael Copon’s Spotlight panel will take place at 11am Sunday in the Ballroom.
Michael Copon’s signings and photographs will take place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
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Michael Copon started his entertainment journey in the year 2000 in Hollywood, and it led him all across the globe. Growing up in Chesapeake, Virginia, Michael had the pleasure of learning art from his entire family, and he has been entertaining since he first took hold of his mother’s video camera at the age of 5 years old. “I love my job,” Michael says, full of passion and energy. “Acting is not lying, it is living truthfully in an imaginary circumstance with a little bit of yourself in that truth.” Michael is convinced that he will never give up!
Michael started his acting career as the Blue Power Ranger on Power Rangers Time Force while simultaneously modeling in various print advertisements for companies such as PacSun, Levis, and Sketchers. Alongside modeling, he was featured in numerous commercials repping for companies like Old Navy and AT&T. These opportunities kept him busy until he broke out on the hit TV show One Tree Hill as Felix Taggarro, the Latino bad boy. This show opened doors for him to other lead roles, like Penn in Bring It On: In It To Win It and Mathayus in Scorpion King 2: Rise Of The Warrior, both from Universal Studios. He is commonly known for playing the lead singer Ricky in the Boyz ‘N’ Motion on Disney’s That’s So Raven. Michael is also recognized through his frequent guest star roles in CSI: Miami, Hawaii 5-0, Reno 911, and Scrubs. Michael’s shows his range in the Night Of The Demons remake, and Lionsgate’s Killer Holiday (co-produced by Michael himself) where he taps into his painful past to play the serial killer “Melvin Holiday.”
Acting isn’t all that Michael’s capable of doing. He is a singer who has toured with Bruno Mars and a philanthropist who fights to both defend bullying with his “I Am Me” campaign and support kids with autism and shaken baby syndrome. These concerns are dear to him because his adopted brother has a traumatic brain injury. “Being on set, I couldn’t help but figure out how movies are made,” Michael says, as he explains his journey to his hometown Chesapeake, Virginia to open up his very own film production studio “Michael Copon Studios LLC”. MCS has produced Worth The Price, written and directed by Michael, created a TV show entitled Dystopia, and co-produced the film Public Affairs, where Michael stars alongside Adrian Grenier from Entourage and Mimi Rogers. Michael has acted in over 21 movies, 95 episodes of television, and has produced 6 projects. Whether Michael is in the U.S. or overseas, west coast or the east coast, there is one thing that stays constant: Michael Copon is a force to be reckoned with.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Sherilyn Fenn’s Spotlight panel will take place at 12:30pm Sunday in Room 339-342.
Sherilyn Fenn’s signings and photographs will take place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
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Sherilyn Fenn will be appearing at the Baltimore Comic-Con just weeks ahead of her premiere in the DC Universe series, Titans, where Sherilyn is appearing in the role of Raven’s mother. Titans will premiere Oct 12, 2018.
Sherilyn Fenn will always be best remembered for her iconic role of Audrey Horne in the groundbreaking Twin Peaks. She also returned for last year’s Twin Peaks revival on Showtime, where her dance scene was named as the best musical moment on television for 2017 by Vulture. But Sherilyn has enjoyed a 30+ year career in Hollywood, including memorable roles on the series Shameless, Ray Donovan, Gilmore Girls, and Rude Awakenings, and in films like the recent horror film Wish Upon, Of Mice and Men, and the cult classics Two Moon Junction and The Wraith.
Sherilyn currently has a recurring role on the hit CBS series S.W.A.T. and also has also has a small but important role in the upcoming live-action Teen Titans TV series Titans, where she plays the mother of Raven. She is currently filming the biopic of silent film-era heartthrob Rudolph Valentino, Silent Life. Ms. Fenn has also recently published her first children’s book called No Man’s Land, which tells the story of a child on the autism spectrum.