Taylor Gray stars as Ezra, a teenage con-artist with strong instincts, in the exciting all animated series, "Star Wars Rebels” and "Star Wars Forces of Destiny".
Gray is a multi-faceted actor best known on the small screen for his role as Bucket in Nickelodeon's "Bucket and Skinner's Epic Adventures." Gray just wrapped season 1 of a new show, In the Vault, premiering September 13th (2017) on Verizon go90. He has also appeared "Elizabeth Stanton's Big World," "The Mentalist," "Numb3rs" and "Hawthorne"
Gray's feature film credits include lead roles in WB's "Thunderstruck" alongside Kevin Durant and James Belushi, and Screen Gems "The Take" with John Leguizamo, Tyrese Gibson and Rosie Perez. Recently filmed “Skate Kitchen” with director, Crystal Moselle, premiering in 2018.
Gray is a writer as well. His play, Sold in the Name of Sex, recently finished its debut run in Edinburgh, Scotland in 2017. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
Winning Golden Globe, Tony and Peabody awards for a long and multi-faceted career Barry Bostwick continues to work in all genres with recently released films The Incredibles 2, Bigger fatter liar, A Mermaids tale, Three days in August among others as well as recent TV offerings on Will And Grace, Girlfriends Guide to Divorce, Still The King, Signed Sealed and Delivered for Hallmark and Great Performances on PBS …ELLIS ISLAND: DREAM OF AMERICA.
Probably best known for playing BRAD MAJORS in the cult classic ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW and MAYOR RANDALL WINSTON in the long running sitcom SPINCITY, and creating the role of Danny Zuko in the original Broadway production of GREASE winning his first of three Tony nominations finally winning the Tony for Best Actor in a Musical for the lead character in THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM.
You can also look for him in the films FDR:AMERICAN BADASS, HELEN KELLER VS. NIGHTWOLVES, TALES OF HALLOWEEN, THE DEVILS CARNIVAL:ALLELUIA, SCORPIAN KING 4, HANNAH MONTANA:THE MOVIE, NANCY DREW, TEEN BEACH MOVIE and his personal favorite MOVIE MOVIE with George C. Scott and directed by Stanley Donan among others. Soon Universal is releasing his latest film GRANDADDY DAYCARE.
On TV he played George Washington in the 8 hour mini series GEORGE WASHINGTON, Lady Astor in WAR AND REMEMBRANCE among dozens of TV Movies and mini series. Series TV kept him busy with COUGAR TOWN, LAW AND ORDER:SVU, SUPERNATURAL, PSYCH, PHINIAS AND FERB and numerous animated features and tv shows.
David Sobolov is the voice of Gorilla Grodd on The CW Network drama The Flash, and Drax on Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy animated series on Disney XD. He’s the voice of Upgrade on the new Cartoon Network series Ben 10, and Dr. Fate in Injustice 2 from WB Games.
He’s the voice of Shockwave on Transformers Prime, Azmodan in Diablo III / Heroes of the Storm, and Malchezaar in Hearthstone for Blizzard Entertainment. David is the voice of The Arbiter in Halo Wars, Jul ‘Mdama in Halo 4, Terrorblade in DOTA 2, Bumble Blast and Krypt King in Skylanders, The Annihilator on Disney XD’s live action series Mighty Med, and Lobo on WB’s Young Justice and the game Injustice: Gods Among Us.
David was the voice of Depth Charge on the classic Beast Wars Transformers series, Tatsurion the Unchained (aka Bob) on Kaijudo, Lt. Vasquez in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Dr. Garret Bryson in Mass Effect 3, Robocop in Robocop Alpha Commando, Lord Tyger on Spider-Man Unlimited, and Spookie Jar on Sabrina: The Animated Series.
His face and voice were featured in the performance capture role of Rios in Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel for EA, and in the motion picture Sparks. You’ll hear David speaking German in the first Call of Duty game, Klingon in Star Trek Into Darkness, English as the Gorn on Star Trek Enterprise and as both a Gorn and Klingon characters in Star Trek Online.
David studied acting with the legendary Sanford Meisner and Richard Pinter at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York.
Monica Rial has been working in the anime industry for 20 years and she is currently listed as the most prolific anime voice actor in the USA.
She is best known for her work as Bulma in the Dragon Ball franchise but she has lent her voice to over 500 anime including: Black Butler, Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card, Deadman Wonderland, Fairy Tail, Hello Kitty, Michiko & Hatchin, My Hero Academia, One Piece, OuranHost Club, Panty and Stocking, Saga of Tanya the Evil, Soul Eater, Yuri!!! on Ice, and many more. She’s also appeared in Aqua Teen Hunger Force, RWBY, and several video games including Tales of Berseria, Fire Emblem Echoes, Ms. 'Splosion Man, the Angry Birds series, Monster Tale, Tribes Ascend, Smite, Borderlands 2, Borderlands the Pre-Sequel, Dungeon Boss, and Orcs Must Die!
You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @Rialisms. Be sure to come by and say hello!
Jamie Marchi is a voice actress for video games and anime with over 300 characters to date. She’s the voice of Ellie from Borderlands 2 and Freya from Smite, amongst other video game characters. Jamie’smost popular anime roles include Rias Gremory from High School DxD, Junko Enoshima from Danganronpa, Cana from Fairy Tail, Lucoa from Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, Panty from Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt, Mt. Lady from My Hero Academia, Liz from Soul Eater, Masane Amaha from Witchblade, Mari from Love Live! Sunshine!! as well as other fan-favorite characters
Jamie’s also written numerous English script adaptations, a few of her favorites being Space Dandy, Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt, Hetalia, High School DxD, Yurikuma Arashi, The Devil is a Part Timer, Spice and Wolf, Snow White with the Red Hair, Sgt. Frog, and Yamada’s First Time.
Most recently she can be heard as Midori from Space Patrol Luluco, Green Guts from O.K. K.O! Let’s be Heroes, and Yukana from My First Girlfriend is a Gal. And yes, Jamie will soon be reprising her role of Rias Gremory in season 4 of High School DxD.
Follow Jamie on Instagram @jamiemarchi and Twitter @marchimark.
Joe Corroney has been illustrating official Star Wars and Star Trek artwork for books, games, trading cards, comic books, posters, prints and magazines since 1997. Some of the other comic books he's illustrated include X-Files, True Blood, and GI Joe for IDW Publishing, Doctor WHO for Titan Comics, Farscape for BOOM! Studios, The Phantom for Moonstone Books and Crimson Dynamo for Marvel Comics. Currently, he's developing his creator owned comic book series, Death Avenger and continuing to create new Star Wars artwork for Disney and Lucasfilm.
Other licenses and professional publishers he has illustrated for are Marvel Comics' Avengers, Indiana Jones, The Walking Dead, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, Assassin’s Creed, Frozen, Heroes, Random House Publishing/Del Rey Books, Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books, DC Comics, CBS Studios, Hasbro, Becker & Mayer! Books, Topps, Wizards of the Coast, XBox, Sony Pictures, IDG Entertainment, Upper Deck, Rittenhouse Archives, Paizo Publishing, White Wolf Publishing, Cinemagraphix, Last Unicorn Games and West End Games.
He was also the instructor for the Comic Book Illustration and Digital Illustration courses at the Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio for ten years and has taught the Ohio State University's Summer Comic Book Workshop as well.
Joe runs a full-time illustration studio and can be commissioned or contracted for work. You can contact him at email@example.com .
Butch Patrick is synonymous with pop culture and the loveable character of Eddie Munster from the iconic television show, The Munsters! A character role that he embraces for the millions of fans who love The Munsters!
Whether you have seen Butch on TV or have had the opportunity to meet him in person, you got a glimpse of who he is....genuine.
Butch, in his own individual capacity, is a great and amazing person. He has been through many personal adversities; has fought and conquered the negative issues around his life. Butch Patrick....the man today reflects the sustainability of simpler times and fans' memories of their childhood connection with a TV show - The Munsters. At every event when fans come to meet him, there is a special connection that transpires. The smiles and tears of joy, laughter, exchange of memories and stories allude to the fact that the Munsters will never be forgotten.
Butch is one of the original Munsters, but the only one touring and meeting Munsters' fans! He is keeping the Munsters' alive! Don't pass up any chance you get to meet Butch Patrick, the memorable and loveable Eddie Munster!
Eric Flint is an American author, editor, and e-publisher. The majority of his works are alternate history, science fiction and humorous fantasy adventures. After winning the 1993 Writers of the Future contest and he published his first novel in 1997.
Shortly afterwards, he became the first librarian of the Baen Free Library and a prominent anti-copy protection activist. In 2004, faced with a persistent drain on his time by fan-fiction authors seeking comment on his 1632 series, he suggested to Jim Baen the experimental serialized fan-fiction e-zine The Grantville Gazette. So far, eight volumes of the Gazette magazine have been published by Baen Books, in various formats.
He is also the MC alongside Charles Gannon for the Annual Dragon Awards.
Jody Lynn Nye lists her main career activity as ‘spoiling cats.’ When not engaged upon this worthy occupation, she writes fantasy and science fiction books and short stories.
Before breaking away from gainful employment to write full time, Jody worked as a file clerk, book-keeper at a small publishing house, freelance journalist and photographer, accounting assistant and costume maker.
For four years, she was on the technical operations staff of a local Chicago television station, WFBN (WGBO), serving the last year as Technical Operations Manager. During her time at WFBN, she was part of the engineering team that built the station, acted as Technical Director during live sports broadcasts, and worked to produce in-house spots and public service announcements.
Since 1987 she has published over 45 books and more than 120 short stories. Among the novels Jody has written are her epic fantasy series, The Dreamland, beginning with Waking In Dreamland, five contemporary humorous fantasies, Mythology 101, Mythology Abroad, Higher Mythology (the three collected by Meisha Merlin Publishing as Applied Mythology), Advanced Mythology, The Magic Touch, and three medical science fiction novels, Taylor’s Ark, Medicine Show and The Lady and the Tiger. Strong Arm Tactics, a humorous military science fiction novel, the first of The Wolfe Pack series. Jody also wrote The Dragonlover’s Guide to Pern, a non-fiction-style guide to the world of internationally best-selling author Anne McCaffrey’s popular world. She also collaborated with Anne McCaffrey on four science fiction novels, The Death of Sleep, Crisis On Doona, Treaty At Doona and The Ship Who Won, and wrote a solo sequel to The Ship Who Won entitled The Ship Errant. Jody co-authored the Visual Guide to Xanth with best-selling fantasy author Piers Anthony, and edited an anthology of humorous stories about mothers in science fiction, fantasy, myth and legend, entitled Don’t Forget Your Spacesuit, Dear! She wrote eight books with the late Robert Lynn Asprin, License Invoked, a contemporary fantasy set in New Orleans, and seven set in Asprin’s Myth Adventures universe: Myth-Told Tales (anthology), Myth Alliances, Myth-Taken Identity, Class Dis-Mythed, Myth-Gotten Gains, Myth Chief, and Myth-Fortunes. Since Asprin’s passing, she has published Myth-Quoted and Dragons Deal (Ace Books), third in Asprin’s Dragons series. Her newest series is the Lord Thomas Kinago books, beginning with View From the Imperium (Baen Books), a humorous military SF novel.
Her newest books are Fortunes of the Imperium, an e-collection of cat stories, Cats Triumphant (Event Horizon), Dragons Run (fourth in the Dragons series) and Launch Pad, an anthology of science fiction stories co-edited with Mike Brotherton.
Coming next in the pipeline is the next Myth-Adventures novel, Myth-Fits, and the her novella in the second in the Clan of the Claw series, Tooth and Claw.
Over the last twenty or so years, Jody has taught in numerous writing workshops and participated on hundreds of panels covering the subjects of writing and being published at science-fiction conventions. She has also spoken in schools and libraries around the north and northwest suburbs. In 2007 she taught fantasy writing at Columbia College Chicago. She also runs the two-day writers workshop at DragonCon.
Jody lives in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, with her husband Bill Fawcett, a writer, game designer, military historian and book packager, and a black cat, Jeremy. Check out her websites at www.jodynye.com and mythadventures.net. She is on Facebook as Jody Lynn Nye and Twitter @JodyLynnNye.