From "24", "ALIAS",  "SUPERGIRL", and much more....


One of the busiest character actors in Hollywood today, Glenn Morshower has appeared in over 200 film & television projects in a career spanning four decades. His first appearance was in the feature film Drive-In, back in 1975. Audiences worldwide know Glenn best for his seven year run as Agent Aaron Pierce, on the FOX hit series 24. For the past two seasons, Glenn has appeared as Lew Rosen, the Ewing family attorney on TNT’s Dallas.
Glenn was most recently seen on the big screen in Moneyball, with Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill, as well as all three of the “Transformer” movies, as General Morshower. He appears one of this summer’s biggest blockbuster’s, After Earth, with Will Smith, and the film Parkland (opening in November) with Paul Giamotti and Billy Bob Thornton. The film was executive produced by Tom Hanks.
Other film credits include X-Men: First Class, Men Who Stare at Goats, All the King’s Men, Good Night & Good Luck, The Island, Hostage, Black Hawk Down, Pearl Harbor, Godzilla, Air Force One, The River Wild, and Star Trek: Generations. Additional television credits include Eli Stone, Friday Night Lights, Shark, Bones, The Closer, Walker: Texas Ranger, Charmed, Monk, ER, Alias, Deadwood, CSI, and The West Wing, among many others.
Glenn is also very successful in the hugely popular video game industry, with prominent voiceover work in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Black - Ops 2, and 24: The Game. He also has a starring virtual role in Battlefield 3, as Agent Gordon.
Glenn was hand-picked by director Michael Bay, to be the star and virtual host of the new Transformers Ride, at Universal Studios Hollywood, and Universal Studios Singapore. He had the honor of declaring the ride open to the public in a giant Opening Day Ceremony at Universal Studios Hollywood in May of 2012. When Glenn is not busy filming, he travels extensively as a motivational speaker with his program, “The Extra Mile.” He has spoken to audiences all over the world.



EricaSchroeder is one of New York’s premier voice actresses. She has provided  the voice for over 100 characters in the world of animation for television, film and video games over the past 15 years. She has voiced over ten characters in the five YU-GI-OH series, making her the only voice actress to appear in all five series, including such characters: Mai Valentine, Akiza Izinski, Dark Magician Girl, Rally Dawson and Cathy Catherine.  Over the years she has voiced over fifty characters and various Pokemon on POKEMON including: Nurse Joy, Fantina, Bianca, Grace, Meloetta, Pidove, Panchum, Sylveon, Tapukoko and many more. Other notable roles include: Monkey D. Luffy in ONE PIECE, Blaze the Cat and Wave the Swallow from the SONIC video games, the legendary Emma Frost in Joss Whedon’s Stop Motion Comic ASTONISHING X-MEN, Faragonda, Icy the Witch,  Piff, Daphne, Galatea, Squonk and Kritty from WINX CLUB, Lyserg from SHAMAN KING, Rai and Komorka from TAI CHI CHASERS, Bridgette Verdant from MEW MEW POWER, Olgariki from GO GO RIKI, Shiho from AH! MY GODDESS, Scarlet Claw in CUTIE HONEY, from the makers of THE TRIPLETS OF BELLEVILLE, The voice of the Spirit of the Mountain, in THE BOY WHO WANTED TO BE A BEAR, The Witch in the Cannes Film Festival’s LITTLE LONG NOSE and many more titles. Newer roles and releases include: Melissa Trail in YU-GI-OH Arc V, Akemi in ZETMAN, Yurika Yamagiwa in PSYCHIC SCHOOL WARS, Zarafa in ZARAFA, Nagako Aoki in MAI MAI MIRACLE and her newest role to hit Saturday morning, Astoria Rapunzel on Nickelodeon’s fantastical REGAL ACADEMY. Erica most recently recorded a song as the character of Elita in Signe Baumane’s new animated feature coming out in 2018 titled, MY LOVE AFFAIR WITH MARRIAGE.
In addition to the several POKEMON, SONIC and ONE PIECE video games she has voiced, she has also voiced characters in several other video game titles such as:  SHADOW HEARTS: FROM THE NEW WORLD, LITTLEST PET SHOP, DUNGEON HUNTER V, JUST CAUSE 3, SUPER SMASH BROS., INSECTICIDE, and many more. As a theater and musical theater actress, Erica has also appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway and regionally and sings on the original cast recordings of JANE EYRE, SHOUT! THE MOD MUSICAL and a bunch of other concept albums. You can see what she’s up to on her fan page,  

All Guests Subject to change without notice.  

CANCELLED - Denise sends her deepest apologies and will hopefully be with us next year!

  From "Star Trek, The Next Generation & "The Walking Dead WELCOME


Denise Michelle Crosby (born November 24, 1957) is an American actress and model best known for portraying Security Chief Tasha Yar in Season One of Star Trek: The Next Generation as well as Yar's own daughter, the half-Romulan Commander Sela, in subsequent seasons. She is also known for her numerous film and television roles and for starring in and producing the film Trekkies. She is the granddaughter of entertainer Bing Crosby.Crosby attended LeConte Junior High School,[2] followed by Hollywood High School and Cabrillo College, where she studied theater.     

Crosby's first high-profile role was as Lisa Davis on the soap opera Days of Our Lives. She has appeared as Dr. Gretchen Kelly in three episodes of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, and as a sheriff on The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. episode "No Man's Land". In the early 1990s, she played the role of the mayor in the short-lived series Key West. She also appeared in two episodes of the cable television series Red Shoe Diaries, playing a different character in each episode. Crosby had a small recurring role in Aaron Spelling's prime time drama, Models Inc, a spin-off from Melrose Place. She was a guest star on the eighth season of The X-Files for two episodes, in which she plays a doctor who took examinations of Agent Scully's baby. In 1991, she was a guest star in "The Deadly Nightshade", a first season The Flash episode as Dr. Rebecca Frost. In 2006, she was a guest star in Dexter as Dexter's first victim. Crosby had a recurring role in Southland as Detective Dan "Sal" Salinger's wife.

One of her first film appearances was in the 1982 Nick Nolte/Eddie Murphy film 48 Hrs. This was followed by a small role in the 1982 film Trail of the Pink Panther, which she reprised in the sequel Curse of the Pink Panther. In 1986, she appeared in the music video for the Black Sabbath's song "No Stranger to Love", from the album Seventh Star. In the same year she played a robotics engineer, Nora Hunter, in the science fiction movie Eliminators. She starred in Stephen King's Pet Sematary, played the lead role in Dolly Dearest in 1991, and also appeared in Quentin Tarantino's Jackie Brown, and Deep Impact starring Elijah Wood. Her recent film roles included the 2002 western horror film Legend of the Phantom Rider, and the 2005 Tobe Hooper horror film Mortuary.    Denise can't wait to meet all of you at the show!




David Yost is most notably known for his role as Billy, the Blue Ranger on the international television series The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers. Yost
completed over 200 episodes of the series and starred in the feature film Power Rangers: the Movie. The feature film was produced by some of Hollywood’s leading producers
like Jon Landau (Titantic & Avatar) and Suzanne Todd (the Austin Powers franchise &Alice in Wonderland).   Yost was born in Council Bluffs, Iowa but moved around considerably while growing upas child.    David attended Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa graduating with a degree in Communications and Dramatic Arts. Like many actors, Yost moved to Hollywood withthe dream of making it big and within three months of being in the city, he  landed the role of Billy, the computer literate superhero, on Power Rangers.  He has worked on and produced many reality television shows ost notably The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for Bravo and Temptation Island for FOX. He recently completed the second season of NTSF:SD:SUV:: - a comedy spoof of shows like CSI or NCIS and just finished production on NEWSREADERS – a comedic take on the people who bring us the news. As well as being a producer, Yost has held the title of Director of Production at the Sci Fi Lab, a television development entity for the  SyFy Channel and Manager of Licensing for Pioneer/Geneon Entertainment in which he sold completed television series to international distributors, domestically closing deals with MTV & Showtime. Yost is involved with several charitable organizations. He starred in the play Fallen Guardian Angels at the Complex in Los Angeles which benefited AIDS Project L.A.  (APLA). The play was about six different individuals dealing with HIV/AIDS in various  situations. The proceeds from the play went to benefit Children’s Hospital AIDS Center and the entire production raised over $25,000. Yost is credited with raising $5,000 for the hospital and the reviews for his performance from LA Weekly Theatre were highlyfavorable. Yost continues to raise money and advocate for APLA as well as Project Angel Food and The Trevor Project. David is excited to meet all of you at Central PA Comic Con!

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KEL MITCHELL!    Double G on Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers Two-time Emmy Award-nominated Kel Mitchell stars as Double G, an impulsive and unpredictable billionaire rapper. He becomes a business partner in Babe and Kenzie’s gaming company and with their help rediscovers his love for games. Hailing from the Windy City of Chicago, Ill., Mitchell began his acting career at a young age and won several awards for his career for the Nickelodeon breakout hits “All That” and “Kenan and Kel.” Recently, Mitchell began doing standup comedy, and is on a nationwide tour preparing for his one-hour special. Mitchell’s voiceover credits include voicing “Jay Jay” on the Nicktoon’s series Wild Grinders, and “Tiny Pea” on the cartoon series VeggieTales. Other acting credits include TRU TV’s Friends of the People, Cartoon Network’s Loiter Squad, TV One’s Love That Girl Disney’s Liv & Maddie and the Nickelodeon series Sam & Cat and The Thundermans. Mitchell has written and directed a faith-based anti-bullying film, and has also directed several music videos. When he is not acting, writing or directing, Mitchell speaks to youth across the country encouraging them to follow their dreams. He and his wife, Asia Lee-Mitchell, were recently honored with an award from the “Carson BlackChambers of Commerce” for providing a safe program for kids to show off their creative talents in their dance variety live show, The Back House Party. Mitchell is also the spokesperson for “The Black College Expo,” which provides numerous scholarships for students throughout the year.


Victoria Avalor is a Philadelphia area cosplayer, princess performer, charity worker and blogger. She has been cosplaying since 2006 and has been featured on Entertainment Weekly and Rolling Stone. She runs her own birthday party business and performs at children's parties as a fairy tale princess. She is the coordinator of the Eastern Pennsylvania branch of the Heroes Alliance, a nationwide non-profit volunteer group. The Heroes Alliance is an 11 year old organization that makes superhero visits to local children's hospitals and charities. She is the author of the Confessions of a Cosplay Girl Blog which features interviews, toy and product reviews, opinion pieces and costume galleries. Victoria has also modeled professionally and has been photographed for such national publications such as Latina Magazine.