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2021 In-Person Guests

Guest appearances are subject to change and are subject to COVID-19 travel restrictions.

Frazer Hines

Frazer Hines
Frazer Hines is the godfather of Long Island Doctor Who and he also played Jamie McCrimmon, one of the most beloved Doctor Who companions of all time, during the Second Doctor’s era. Frazer will be doing an exclusive photo op cosplaying the Second Doctor this November. We will also continue our hilarious Saturday night tradition with FrazerCon 2!

The picture is courtesy of Cat Cranston. One of many that she’s photographed at our conventions.

Michael Jayston

Michael Jayston
Michael Jayston played the Valeyard in The Trail of a Time Lord. He appeared throughout season 23 of the classic series of Doctor Who and has reprised the role in the Big Finish audio dramas. The Valeyard was an amalgamation of the Doctor’s darker sides from between his twelfth and final incarnations. Michael starred in the 1971 production of Nicholas and Alexandra Co-starring Tom Baker and nominated for best picture at the academy awards. In 1990 Michael portrayed James Bond in a production of You Only Live Twice for radio. This is his first New York area appearance at a Doctor Who convention!

Colin Spaull

Colin Spaull
Colin Spaull has appeared in both the classic series of Doctor Who as Lilt in the Sixth Doctor story Revelation of the Daleks and in the new series as Mr Crane in The Age of Steel and Rise of the Cybermen with David Tennant. Colin has also appeared in the Big Finish audio productions of Graceless, Dalek Empire and Grand Theft Cosmos with Paul McGann. He appeared with Peter Davison in his hit show The Last Detective. His other TV appearances include Holby City, The Hour, Doctors, and Casualty. Colin recently published his autobiography Colin Who? The Autobiographical Ramblings of the Actor Colin Spaull.

Jon Davey

Jon Davey
Jon has featured in 48 episodes to date of Doctor Who over the past 17 years as various monsters that include: Dalek, Cyberman, Ood, Jadoon, Whisperman and Unit Soldier. He has also performed and assisted with choreography in Doctor Who Live in 2010, Doctor Who Proms 2013 and The Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular in Australia 2014/2015 and the UK in 2015. He has also featured in Rouge One, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures, Merlin, Wizards v Aliens and His Dark Materials in various roles.

His other work includes being a DOP, camera operator and stills photographer. He has worked on projects for Big Brother, X -factor, Robbie Williams, Samsung and MTV. Jon has also worked on over 50 music video for bands such as: Radiohead, Scissor Sisters, Seasick Steve, Run The Jewels, Cat Stevens, Offspring and Kula Shaker. In 2011 he worked as a lighting Cameraman on a animated sequence for the Simon Pegg movie A Fantastic Fear of Everything.

Rachel Grant

Rachel Grant
Rachel Grant portrayed Peaceful Fountains of Desire in the 2002 James Bond movie “Die Another Day” starring Pierce Brosnan. She also appeared in the cult hit Starhyke with Claudia Christian and Jeremy Bulloch. Film appearances include Brotherhood of Blood and Until Death with Jean-Claude Van Damme. Ms. Grant also hosted the hit series “Tour Group” on the Bravo network. Rachel will be joining us on Sunday only.

John Peel

John Peel
John Peel is a British writer, best known for his TV series tie-in novels and novelizations of Doctor Who, Star Trek, The Avengers, James Bond Jr., and many others. A friend of Terry Nation, Peel wrote adaptations of several Doctor Who Dalek stories for Target Books and wrote for the ‘BBC Books’ Eighth Doctor Adventures range again featuring Nation’s Daleks which include War of the Daleks (1997) and Legacy of the Daleks (1998).

Joanna Ball

Joanna Ball
Joanna Ball was a long time BBC graphic designer. She worked with Bernard Lodge creating the open titles for Doctor Who in the mid 70s. She’s also the designer who created the iconic Pudsey Bear for BBC’s Children in Need.

Mark Edlitz

Mark Edlitz
Mark has worked as a writer/producer for ABC News, Discovery ID, History Channel, and the National Geographic Channel’s Brain Games and has written about pop culture for a number of publications including The Huffington Post, Los Angeles Times Hero Complex, Moviefone, and Empire Magazine.

Mark has written three books:

HOW TO BE A SUPERHERO – a collection of interviews with 35 actors who have played superheroes over the past 7 decades. I spoke with performers who played Spider-Man, Hulk, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and many more.

THE MANY LIVES OF JAMES BOND – interviews with actors who have played 007 in different media, including film, television, radio, and video games.

THE LOST ADVENTURES OF JAMES BOND – a look at unmade and forgotten 007 projects — including Timothy Dalton’s third and fourth Bond films.

Mark also directed JEDI JUNKIES, a documentary about extreme Star Wars fans.