We are continuing with our 2020 bookings. If you are interested in having any of our great media guests, please get with us right away.
The Queen of Martial Arts, CYNTHIA ROTHROCK is joining us in 2020! Star of over 43 action films, Cynthia is the real deal, and has a very devoted fan base!
In addition we are now offering personality Jesse Blaze Snider who can be booked to host the panels and other special events at your show, bringing his years of TV hosting experience for The Travel Channel, The Food Network, and MTV to your venue!
Megan Hollingshead is also new to our group-- She is one talented voice actor! Read about Megan and some of our other folks below, including Veronica Taylor, Chris Parsons, Butch Patrick, Hamid Thompson, Robert Trebor and Rikki Simons (just in time with the new "Invader Zim" movie!)
Looking forward to hearing from you and seeing you in 2020 and beyond.
Cynthia Rothrock-- Queen of Martial Arts Movies!
Actress and Martial Arts Legend Cynthia Rothrock has agreed to make a few key convention appearances in 2020.
A Black Belt in numerous disciplines, Rothrock has made over 43 action films, including "China O'Brien (1 and 2)," "Yes, Madam," "Righting Wrongs," "No Retreat, No Surrender," "Martial Law (1 and 2)," "The Blonde Fury," "Millionaire's Express," "Rage and Honor," "Sworn to Justice," "Rapid Fire," "Lady Dragon," and "Guardian Angel."
Her fight against Michelle Yeoh in "Yes Madame" is considered one of the best on screen fights of all time. And in fact, she ranked as the world-wide, #2 leading marital arts movie draw for over a period of ten years-- one of the few performers to achieve genuine Stardom in seven films.
In addition, Cynthia's TV appearances include "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys," opposite Kevin Sorbo, and "The Dukes of Hazzard Reunion." She is also the inspiration behind the video game character Sonya Blade in the game "Mortal Kombat" and is part of the creative team on the video game "The Untouchable 2." In addition, she is a voiceover actress, lending her vocals to the animated series "Eek the Cat."
Cynthia Rothrock is the real deal. The "Queen of Martial Arts Films."
At only 5'3" she holds five Black Belts in various Far Eastern disciplines, including Northern Shaolin (classical Chinese), Eagle Claw (Chinese), and Tang Soo Do (Korean), Tae Kwon Do (Korean) and Wu Shu (Contemporary Chinese.) She has been inducted into the Kung-Fu Hall of Fame.
And there are so many ways to tap into on her rabid fan base.
(In addition to her signing at her table at the show, and photo ops, we can also negotiate "meet and greets, " panels and seminars (additional fees), and can arrange screenings of her movies, to make this a multi-faceted part of your convention.)
Rikki Simons-- (Voice Actor- Invader Zim, Writer, Artist)
You know Rikki as the voice of the robot in a dog suit, GIR from Invader ZIM! And the pop culture scene does too, as fans embrace the chance to meet Rikki in person at his appearances worldwide.
As a writer he is known for the science fiction and fantasy novel Hitherto a Lion.
Original illustrated books and comics that he created with Tavisha-Wolfgarth-Simons include Super Information Hijinks: Reality Check!, Ranklechick and His Three Legged Cat, ShutterBox, and now The Trinkkits.
He is also a background painter in animation, most noted for his color design on Invader ZIM.
Programming Notes: Rikki is available for panels designed for your show, focusing on the art of voice acting, as well as his various writing projects.
Her voice has been a part of Saturday morning cartoons for some time now. She is probably best known for playing the roles of Ash and May on “Pokemon”, April on “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and roles in “Cubix”, “Dinosaur King”, “Yu-Gi-Oh!”, “Huntik”, “Tai Chi Chasers”, and more. She can be heard on PBS kids’ “Word World” (Sheep), “Lunch Lab” (Mixiebot), and “Chuck Vanderchuck’s ‘something something’ Explosion!” (Ramona).
Current projects include Sailor Pluto on “Sailor Moon”, “Mofy” (Mofy, Mogu, Sora), “Astroblast” (Sputnik), and “Welcome to the Wayne (Spy from 8-i). Some anime favorites include Amelia on “Slayers”, Yukino on “His and Hers Circumstances”, all 7 Nana’s on “Nana Seven of Seven”, and Narue on “World of Narue”, as well as many others.
She has done numerous voices for animation, video games, audiobooks, commercials, and documentaries.
Programming Notes: Veronica loves to be at her booth to sign autographs for fans. Inquire as well for various programming opportunities.
She is also well known as Rangiku in Bleach, Shizune (and Ton Ton) in Naruto, Re-L in Ergo Proxy, Lenneth in Valkyrie Profile, and Viletta Nu in Code Geass. Other memorable characters include Adiane in Gurren Lagann, Hilda in Eureka 7, Sala in Mars Daybreak, Gloria in Daphne in the Brilliant Blue, Dr. Abigail Finn in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, twins Mion (evil) and Shion (sweet) in When They Cry, Nemu in Bleach, Rose Marinade in Fighting Foodons, Kano in His and Hers Circumstances (watch the previews!) (oh wait -- no! I mean don’t watch the previews!), Maharu and Ebi in Girls Bravo, Neneko in DearS, Captain Iruma in Ultraman Tiga, and Trixie in Ultimate Muscle. Other Pokémon roles include Cassidy, Whitney, and James’ mother as well as Annie in Pokémon 5: Heroes and Diane in Pokémon 6: Jirachi Wish Maker. In addition to Lenneth and Guild Wars’ smarty pants Glenna, Megan’s game roles include Ylgr and Yune in the newly released Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Ada Wong in Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles, Shion Kasugai in Akiba’s Space Trip: Undead and Undressed, Viola in Eternal Sonata, Edy Nelson in Valkyria Chronicles, Autarch Kayleth in Warhammer 40,000, The Third Kiki DeWynter in Saints Row, Five in Drakengard 3, and Battle Nun in Brutal Legend.
She currently has projects in the works for Cup of Tea, Bang Zoom!, and Funimation.
Jesse Blaze Snider-- (Actor, Singer, Voice Actor, Host)
Chris Parsons-- (Actor, 4-LOM from "Star Wars")
Born in London in 1960, Chris Parsons would soon find himself in the "galaxy far, far, away" via his involvement in the Star Wars saga of the late 1970's and early 1980's!
His various work in the trilogy includes:
Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983) in which he portrayed: C-3PO (double), K-3PO, E-3PO, R-3PO, a Death Star Droid, a Stormtrooper, Snowtrooper, a Hoth Rebel soldier and a Hoth Snow Speeder pilot.
All making his stories from the set varied and insightful.
Chris has also been in various other Television and film productions including: Raiders Of The Lost Ark, Quadrophenia, Superman ll, Yentl, The Shining and James Bond.
But of all his various work, the one most resonating with Star Wars fans is his portrayal of 4-LOM, the Bounty Hunter. 4-LOM is remembered as the cold, calculating and ambitious LOM-series protocol droid, resembling the insectoid species he was designed to serve, who overrode his programming and became an intergalactic thief and later a bounty hunter, often working with Grand Findsman Zuckuss.
Following the Battle of Hoth, 4-LOM was hired by Darth Vader to capture Han Solo, Captain of the Millennium Falcon and hero of the Rebel Alliance. For this, the mechanical teamed up fellow Bounty Hunters Boba Fett, Dengar, Bossk, and IG-88.
Programming Notes: Chris is happy to take part in panels talking about his behind the scenes experiences on the Star Wars set, alone or with other cast members. For Booking information, contact Renee at Pros & Cons Celebrity Booking: email@example.com
Butch Patrick-- Actor/ Munster Car Display
HAMID THOMPSON-- (BLUE from "Jurassic World")
“Jurassic World” is one of the top grossing movies of all time. The reason why is simple: DINOSAURS. Meet Hamid Thompson, actor, dancer, stunt person. Also known as the Rator BLUE from the blockbuster film!
Originally from Ann Arbor Michigan, Hamid Thompson IS Blue in the movie, all the interactions with the main actors, and the creature that drove much of the story, was motion captured with Hamid acting the part!
In case you haven't seen Golem in "Lord of the Rings," or Hamid's performance in "Jurassic World," Motion-Capture Acting (or MoCap), is a type of acting in which an actor wears markers or sensors on a skintight bodysuit or directly on the skin. Several cameras from different angles record the actor's movements.
Hamid Thompson's other credits include "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back" (2016), "Kenau" (2016) and "Chi-Rag" (2015), among others.
Now is a great opportunity to book Hamid Thompson into your convention or event and hear about his world.
Programming Notes: New to any conventions, anywhere, not only will Hamid be available for signings and photo ops, but he can also do workshops and even panels about working on one of the biggest movies of recent times, "Jurassic World!"
Robert Trebor -- (Actor, Writer--Hercules, Xena)
Renowned and versatile Actor, Robert Trebor is known worldwide for his pivotal role as Salmoneus on the “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” and “Xena: Warrior Princess” television series.
He is equally as well know for his parts in feature films such as “Purple Rose of Cairo,” “52 Pick Up,” "Universal Soldier," “Making Mr. Right,” “The Shadow,” “My Demon Lover,” “Jiminy Glick in Lalawood,” (among MUCH more) and no doubt for his upcoming role in the much anticipated Coen Brother’s movie “Hail, Caesar!”
One of his most mesmerizing roles was the role of David Berkowitz in “Out of the Darkness,” a haunting portrayal that still resonates today.
On television, in addition to “Herucles” and “Xena,” Mr. Trebor has appeared on the small screen in “Miami Vice,” “Murphy Brown,” “Empty Nest,” “Young Indiana Jones Chronicles,” “Baywatch,” “Wedding Daze,” “Missing Persons,” and Boomtown.”
A writer, some of Mr. Trebor's credits include stories for the "Xena" comic book for Topps Coomics, as well as "Dear Salmoneus: A Guide to Love and Money," from Eva Ink Publishing / Image Publishing, in addition to an upcoming autobiography.
Program Notes: A versatile actor and comedian, Robert Trebor is available for shows in 2016 to fit around his various filming schedules. He is open to group panels or solo panels. We can also discuss acting classes or critiques available to a limited number of shows.