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New Guests Announced for Walker Stalker Con: New York / New Jersey, Including Norman Reedus, Jon Bernthal & Seth Gilliam

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Flesh-eating walkers and the skilled characters who fight them are taking over the New York/New Jersey area this December with the arrival of the Walker Stalker Con. With the event drawing closer, a new slate of guests from AMC’s The Walking Dead have been announced, including Norman Reedus, Jon Bernthal, and the newest addition to The Walking Dead family: Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel).

The New York/New Jersey Walker Stalker Con will take place in the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, NJ, on December 13th and 14th. The full event schedule can be found at:

http://walkerstalkercon.com/newyorknewjersey/

Meadowlands, NJ – In addition to the 32 guests previously announced, Walker Stalker Con has announced that Norman Reedus, Jon Bernthal, Laurie Holden, Manu Bennett, and Seth Gilliam, will be attending the convention, located at the Meadowlands Exposition Center on December 13 & 14, 2014.

Walker Stalker Con, a zombie and horror themed fan-centric convention,
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Walker Stalker Con Announces New Guests for New York / New Jersey Show in December, Including David Morrissey

Flesh-eating walkers and the skilled characters who fight them are taking over the New York/New Jersey area this December with the arrival of the Walker Stalker Con. A new slate of guests from AMC’s The Walking Dead have been announced for the event, including David Morrissey, the actor who plays The Governor, the conniving former leader of Woodbury who once arrived on Rick Grimes’ doorstep with a tank.

Morrissey, who’s also known for playing the characters Ripley Holden (Blackpool) and Jackson Lake (Doctor Who), will be joined by recently announced The Walking Dead guests Josh McDermitt (Eugene) and Brighton Sharpino (Lizzie), as well as four freshly added actors from legendary zombie films like Howard Sherman (the zombie known as Bub from Day of the Dead), Kyra Schon (Karen from Night of the Living Dead), Terry Alexander (John from Day of the Dead), and Lori Cardille (Sarah from
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Dr Who to Doc Martin: The Louise Jameson Interview

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Louise Jameson co. Ian Fraser

Kieran Kinsella

You may know her as John Nettles’ leading lady, as Tom Baker’s able assistant or as the matriarch of a powerful East End family but if you love British TV then it is safe to say that you are a fan of Louise Jameson. Narrowing down my list of questions was no easy task considering that Louise has starred in everything from Doc Martin to Tenko, but when I recently had the chance to speak with her she provided me with a candid incite into her incredibly successful career.

What are your favorite memories of working on Doctor Who? and appearing alongside Tom Baker?

“Not too many of them I’m Afraid but I have fond memories of him recently whilst recording the audio version of our time in Doctor Who. He has been mellow, wonderful, easy going and rather brilliant. I
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Terence Longdon obituary

Distinctive, durable British character actor on stage and screen

Terence Longdon, who has died of cancer aged 88, was a character actor whose parted hair and thick-set face – though not his name – were familiar for several decades. Only once did he step into the spotlight at the top of the bill, when he starred as the title character in the television series Garry Halliday (1959-62). The almost-forgotten BBC children's adventure programme, based on books by Justin Blake, perfectly fitted Longdon's educated, smooth, well-mannered persona – and a man who had flown with the Fleet Air Arm during the second world war. The actor played a Biggles-like commercial airline pilot, with Terence Alexander as his co-pilot, Bill Dodds. Posing a constant threat to the Halliday Charter Company was "The Voice", an arch-villain who sat behind a two-way mirror and shone a light into the faces of his gang members, keeping his own in darkness.
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Terence Longdon obituary

Distinctive, durable British character actor on stage and screen

Terence Longdon, who has died of cancer aged 88, was a character actor whose parted hair and thick-set face – though not his name – were familiar for several decades. Only once did he step into the spotlight at the top of the bill, when he starred as the title character in the television series Garry Halliday (1959-62). The almost-forgotten BBC children's adventure programme, based on books by Justin Blake, perfectly fitted Longdon's educated, smooth, well-mannered persona – and a man who had flown with the Fleet Air Arm during the second world war. The actor played a Biggles-like commercial airline pilot, with Terence Alexander as his co-pilot, Bill Dodds. Posing a constant threat to the Halliday Charter Company was "The Voice", an arch-villain who sat behind a two-way mirror and shone a light into the faces of his gang members, keeping his own in darkness.
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DVD Of The Week: The League of Gentlemen

by Vadim Rizov

In 1957, Jack Hawkins led a coordinated Allied attack on The Bridge on the River Kwai, and three years later, he led a coordinated private attack on a British bank. The film was The League of Gentlemen (included in Basil Dearden's London Underground, a smashing new box set from Criterion/Eclipse), in which Hawkins rounds up seven equally unpleasant, mostly meta-cast men to assist. The recruits comprise a microcosm of various, superficially resilient members of the British way of post-war life. One is Nigel Patrick, perhaps best known at that point as a mindlessly brave test pilot in The Sound Barrier, a sacrificial lamb to the stiff-upper-limb ethos to the last. He's Hawkins' aide, clinging to his pre-war aristocratic status by being paternally glib to the other men and looking foolish in the process. Other members: Terence Alexander (in real life a member of the 27th Lancers,
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