rebels spartacus II
We are pleased to announce the coming of Gwendoline Taylor at the second edition of the Rebels Spartacus con. This event will take place on September 19th & 20th,2015 in Paris.
Originally a post production major, Gwendoline was told by tutors a month into her studies at South Seas Film & Television School that she belonged in front of the camera. She is best known for her breakthrough role as 'Sibyl' in 'Spartacus: War Of The Damned'.
Recently, Gwendoline filmed a starring role in the independent feature 'Someone To Carry Me'. Other film roles have included 'Emily' in 'Sione's 2: Unfinished Business', the sequel to the very popular 'Sione's Wedding'. She has also appeared in the New Zealand TV series 'Nothing Trivial' and 'Go Girls'.
By people-convention | On 27/08/2015
We are pleased to announce the coming of Peter Mensah at the second edition of the Rebels Spartacus con. This event will take place on September 19th & 20th,2015 in Paris.
Peter Mensah has been doing martial arts since he was 6 years old, growing up in St. Albans, England, just north of London. A former engineer, Mensah came to Canada 11 years ago. He'd worked for British Gas developing gas fields at Morecomb Bay and had done theatre in school. He comes from an academic family. His father, an architect, relocated with his mother to their native Ghana. He only has two younger sisters. Mensah emigrated from Britain to see the world and it was a toss up whether his destination would be Canada or Australia. The paperwork for Canada came through first.
Peter is best known for his roles in Tears of the Sun, Hidalgo,300, and Dead Space, and more recently on the Starz original series, Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, and Spartacus: Vengeance.
By people-convention | On 27/08/2015
We regret to inform you of the cancellation of Manu Bennett for the Rebels Spartacus II, but not for the reasons you think. As some of you have seen, Manu was announced for a convention in the US, the only reason he agreed that convention is that he has recently signed for a new movie set to start shooting in September, with this shoot he will not be able to travel to France for the convention, the shooting dates have long been uncertain, his manager accepted the offer for another con " in cas, if his filming would begin, which would result to he couldn't come to Paris "
Coming to the Rebels Spartacus 2 was the first choice of Manu, unfortunately he can't miss a professionnal opportunity to join us to Paris.
Pending the start dates of filming, we started to looking for a new Guest to "replace" if he was not able to come, what we got confirmation today, we have done everything to find a Guest at his level and we will have the pleasure to announce him/her in few minutes.
For the extras with Manu, please contact us before August 30th. (If you not contact us, your extras with Manu will be automatically replaced by those with Peter Mensah)
We are also saddened than you, know that Manu has promised to soon come back with us for one of our next conventions ... :)
We are pleased to announce the coming of Dustin Clare at the second edition of the Rebels Spartacus con. This event will take place on September 19th & 20th,2015 in Paris.
Dustin Clare has most recently been seen as ‘Gannicus’ alongside John Hannah and Lucy Lawless in the Starz series Spartacus: War of the Damned. He has also starred in Spartacus: Gods of the Arena and Spartacus: Vengeance. Dustin began his career with guest roles in the leading Australian television series before becoming a series regular in the popular television drama, McLeod’s Daughters for which he won a Logie Award for Most Popular New Talent. He went on to star in the Showtime series Satisfaction for which he received a second Logie Award nomination for Most Outstanding Actor and a Golden Nymph Award nomination for Most Outstanding Actor at the 49th Monte Carlo Television Festival in Monaco. Dustin also appeared as ‘Chris Flannery’ in the Nine Network’s critically acclaimed second series of Underbelly. He made his feature debut opposite Geoffrey Rush and Judy Davis in Fred Schepisi’s The Eye of the Storm, which premiered at the Melbourne International Film Festival and screened in Special Presentation at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. Dustin has also appeared in Mark Lamprell’s musical feature, Goddess, opposite Ronan Keating, Laura Michelle Kelly and Magda Szubanski. Dustin will next be seen in Screentime’s mini-series Anzac Girls, and Michelle Joy Lloyd’s feature Sunday in which he is also a co-writer and producer. Currently he is in production on the popular SKY ONE/HBO action series Strike Back.
We are pleased to announce the coming of Shane Rangi at the second edition of the Rebels Spartacus con. This event will take place on September 19th & 20th,2015 in Paris.
Shane Rangi (born 3 February 1969) is a New Zealand actor from Ngati Porou. He featured in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings film trilogy (as "Witch-King of Angmar" and Harad mûmakil) and was also a stunt performer. He played the caracter of Dagan in Spartacus : Gods of Arena.
Rangi has played many characters in The Chronicles of Narnia film series. In The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe he played General Otmin, general of the White Witch's army, and the centaur that blows a horn as the Pevensie children enter Aslan's camp. In Prince Caspian, he played the Werewolf, Asterius, the Wild Bear and the Physical Aslan. In the movie Voyager of the Dawn Treader he plays Tavros the Minotaur.
Having grown up in a small town in the Bootheel of Missouri, Morgan has been captivating audiences for over a decade with his commanding stage presence and breathtaking illusions.
Morgan's entree into the World of Illusion began as a child when his parents gave him a magic set for his birthday. Instantly bitten by the "magic bug", Morgan began performing for family and friends.
By his early teens, he was a local celebrity, performing close-up and stage magic for birthday parties, corporate events and church functions.
At age 17, Morgan was immersed in the design and construction of his first full-scale illusion show. The show opened withMorgan magically producing a convertible sports car out of thin air!
That first show held greater significance for Morgan than even he anticipated. He was joined with Mikala, who would become his personal and professional partner.
Morgan & Mikala started doing magic shows throughout the Midwest, capturing the attention of numerous television and radio stations. In an astonishing display of wizardry, Morgan & Mikala shocked and amazed the public when they vanished a 20-story municipal power plant that sprawled over two city blocks!
Morgan stretched his creative capabilities even further when he became the youngest magician in the world to catch a live bullet between his teeth. This deadly illusion, which had killed 13 performers in the past, garnered front page newspaper coverage for Morgan, as well as exposure on the CBS Evening News.
Feeling the call of the World Mecca of Magic, Morgan, Mikala and their young son, Caleb, soon called Las Vegas home. Recently, the dynamic magical duo finalized design and completed construction of their revolutionary, multimillion dollar show, which ranks as one of the largest in existence. This extraordinary show will be supported by a professional cast of over twenty dancers and crew.
Last year, Morgan performed internationally during a tour in Seoul, Korea. He enjoyed hundreds of sold out, live shows in the spectacular 2,200 seat SeoulLandtheater before more than a million people. During this Asian tour, Morgan appeared on five (5) television shows, including a widely distributed reality show.
A few months later while performing in Stockholm, Sweden, Morgan also taped a segment on the FISM "World Championships of Magic" television special.
Morgan is also viewed as one of the world's leading experts and performers in the field of Psychokinetic magic, also known as PK. Using only the power of the mind, PK is the ability to physically alter or affect various objects. For example, Morganuses this extraordinary "gift" to bend forks, coins, and keys, as well as force items to move without logical explanation.
These special talents have enabled Morgan to become one of the most sought after performers in the world. He has performed exclusive engagements at premier celebrity "hotspots", such as Pure at Caesar's Palace, Body English at the Hard Rock, Caramel Lounge at Bellagio, and V Bar at the Venetian.
Morgan has personally entertained a veritable "Who's Who" list of Hollywood stars and celebrities, such as Tom Hanks, Ben Stiller, Jude Law, Quentin Tarantino, Michael Jordan, Michael Rosenbaum, David Blaine, John Stamos, Paris Hilton, Tara Reid, Vince Neal of Motley Crue, Carson Daly, Jason Biggs, Lisa Marie and Priscilla Presley, R. Kelly, Ice T, and Anna Nicole Smith. Several years ago, Morgan was also the exclusive magician at a party given by Michael Jackson for his father's birthday at his Neverland Ranch Estate.
Morgan has been on TV in 106 countries, and performed on five continents. Last year Morgan, filmed multiple spots on the TV series Masters of Illusion, hosted by Dean Cain on the CW Network. In June, 2015 he will be featured on the new "Street Magic"series Don't Blink. Currently, Morgan is immersed in pre-production, design, and planning for a future television series and a 50 country world tour starting in September 2015.
We are pleased to announce the coming of Nick Tarabay at the second edition of the Rebels Spartacus con. This event will take place on September 19th & 20th,2015 in Paris.
Nick Emad Tarabay is a Lebanese-American actor. He is best known for portraying Ashur on the Starz TV series Spartacus. He moved to New York after high school. As a clothing salesman, he worked for Hugo Boss and Gucci, while studying acting at the T. Schreiber Studio and appearing in Off-Off-Broadway plays. He moved to Los Angeles in 2004, where he studied under Larry Moss and appeared in their studio's staging of John Patrick Shanley's Danny and the Deep Blue Sea.
We are pleased to announce the coming of Dan Feuerriegel at the second edition of the Rebels Spartacus con. This event will take place on September 19th & 20th,2015 in Paris.
Daniel Feuerriegel is an Australian actor who is based in Los Angeles, USA. He studied acting at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane. He graduated in 2002. Dan has acted in a number of Australian television series and first came to international notice with his role as a gladiator Agron in the series Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Spartacus: Vengeance and Spartacus: War of the Damned.
We are pleased to announce the coming of Liam Mcintyre at the second edition of the Rebels Spartacus con. This event will take place on September 19th & 20th,2015 in Paris.
Liam McIntyre is an Australian actor best known for playing the lead role in the Starz television series Spartacus: Vengeance and Spartacus: War of the Damned.
Liam began his career acting mainly in short films, before performing guest roles in Australia's popular television series Rush and Neighbours.
Liam made his feature film debut appearing in The Legend of Hercules, in the role of Sotiris.
On May, 2014, McIntyre starred in the Channel 7 thriller The Killing Field.
He obtained recently a role in The Flash a CW serie, in role of Mark Mardon / Weather Wizard.
We are pleased to announce the coming of Manu Bennett at the second edition of the Rebels Spartacus con. This event will take place on September 19th & 20th,2015 in Paris.
Manu Bennett is an Australian-New Zealand actor.
In 2010, Bennett co-starred in the new American television series Spartacus: Blood and Sand, about the defiant gladiatorSpartacus. Bennett played the key role of Crixus, Champion of Capua. He was the only cast member of the show who starred on all three seasons, and the prequel Spartacus: Gods of the Arena as well as starring in the most episodes of this series.
In 2012, he played the villain Azog the Defiler in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and continued to portray the character in the sequels. In November 2012, Bennett was cast in the first season of Arrow as Slade Wilson, and in March 2013, he was promoted to series regular for the second season.
We are pleased to announce the coming of Viva Bianca at the second edition of the Rebels Spartacus con. This event will take place on September 19th & 20th,2015 in Paris.
Viva Bianca is an Australian actress best known for her role as Ilithyia on the Starz network series Spartacus: Blood and Sand and Spartacus: Vengeance. Viva graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts where she received a best actress award.
She has appeared in many Australian TV Series such as Eugenie Sandler P.I., Marshall Law, All Saints and The Strip. She has also appeared in the Australian films Accidents Happen and Bad Bush.
Viva starred as Ilithyia, the daughter of senator Albinius and wife of Glaber, in the Starz originals series Spartacus: Blood and Sand and Spartacus: Vengeance.
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