For all of our Walking Dead and The Shining fans in Rhode Island…
WELCOME SETH GILLIAM, ELIZABETH LUDLOW, and DANNY LLOYD to TERROR CON!
Seth Gilliam is an American actor. He is best known for his portrayals of Ellis Carver on The Wire, Clayton Hughes on Oz, Dr. Alan Deaton on Teen Wolf, and Gabriel Stokes on The Walking Dead.
Elizabeth Ludlow is an actress, known for The Walking Dead (2010), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) and Max Steel (2016).
Danny Lloyd is an American teacher and former child actor most known for his role as Danny Torrance in the 1980 film The Shining.
This weekend Danny Lloyd (The Shining) and Seth Gilliam (The Walking Dead) will be at Scares That Care Weekend! Don’t miss this rare appearance… get your tickets now!
This weekend Malcolm Goodwin (I-Zombie) and Seth Gilliam (The Walking Dead) will be at Motor City Comic Con ~ Novi, MI! Get your tickets now!
Get your tickets! Book your flights! Don’t miss the opportunity to meet Seth Gilliam! More locations …coming soon!
Ladies and gentlemen, Jason Patric is in the house! Though the convention world may know him, above all, for giving voice to the lead character of Michael in Lost Boys, the Queens-born leading man has spent his career carefully selecting just the best roles in the best films for himself.
Among his myriad acting credits include in the Nick Cassavetes-directed “My Sister’s Keeper” (opposite Cameron Diaz, Alec Baldwin & Abigail Breslin) and 2009’s “In the Valley of Elah” (with Tommy Lee Jones, Charlize Theron, James Franco and Susan Sarandon). Even starring opposite Sandra Bullock and Willem Dafoe in “Speed 2: Cruise Control” lead to Jason being able to help fund and produce “Your Friends & Neighbors,” a picture he also won a Best Supporting Actor Award for from the Las Vegas Film Critics Society. The 1998 film starred a small all-star cast. In addition to Jason, the film featured Aaron Eckhart, Ben Stiller (pictured with Jason below) & Catherine Keener.
Not only are we at Emergence excited about announcing Jason as a new client, but we’re also thrilled to tell you the first place you’ll be able to meet him: Monster Mania in Philadelphia on March 11-13 (http://monstermania.net/). Check out the link to the left or banner below and book your flights. Be among the first ever to meet Jason Patric at a convention!
Is there a single frame of the movie “The Shining” that doesn’t immediately induce terror? With good cause too as the Kubrick film is not just considered a horror masterpiece, but a cinematic masterpiece in general. It is with particular excitement and joy that we announce our teaming up with Danny Lloyd! Whether it’s images of “REDRUM,” riding a big wheel through hotel hallways or strategically walking backwards through a snowy hedge maze, Danny Lloyd’s naturalistic portrayal of Danny Torrance helped make “The Shining” that much more intense and that much more suspenseful – because we, the audience, get to experience this supernatural horror through the eyes of a very believable and innocent child.
Emergence Talent will be bringing Danny to some exciting conventions in 2016, so keep looking here to stay informed!
Hawthorne James is an iconic and memorable actor, most beloved for his portrayals of Big Red in “The Five Heartbeats” and Sam the bus driver in Speed. He is also the intimidating villain in “Heaven’s Prisoner” with Alec Baldwin, Mary Stuart Masterson, Eric Roberts and Teri Hatcher.
He is a very active member of the stage community, though he is called back to the screens, big and small, often. More than just an actor, he is also an active producer and director. Be sure to catch him now in “A Christmas Wedding,” with Vivica A. Fox, which came out only a month ago.
Hawthorne has lent his talents to the films such as “Se7en,” “The Doors,” “The Color Purple,” “Amistad” and “Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror.” If you’re a fan of urban legends, be sure to find him with young Amy Smart, Ron Livingston, Christopher Masterson and Christine Taylor in “Campfire Tales.”
As impressive as his film resume is, he’s appeared in even more television including episodes of “Stargate SG-1,” “The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.,” “Rosewekk,” “Charmed,” “Carnivale,” “ER,” “NYPD Blue” and “Hill Street Blues.” He also recently reprised his role of Sam, somewhat spoofing himself in the Comedy Central series “Workaholics.”