Cliff Simon at FEDCON. Meet the ruthless Ba'al in person ...
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With Cliff Simon, the FedCon Stargate line-up gets “divine” reinforcement. The South African-born actor starred in seven seasons of the series Stargate: SG-1 and the feature film Stargate: Continuum as the System Lord Ba’ al. This was the title of the most powerful representatives of the Goa’ uld, who together formed the supreme governmental authority during the rule of the Goa’ uld. Ba’ al was not afraid to take a step back. He preferred to kill 60 million people in two star systems before losing them to the Systemlord Sokar in a territorial battle.

In his youth, Cliff Simon was an active gymnast and swimmer. In the end, he concentrated exclusively on swimming and managed to qualify for the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, but ultimately did not participate. In 1992, Cliff won a talent competition casting for the successful South African series Egoli: Place of Gold, where he played for six years. In 2000 he emigrated to the USA, where he soon became better known for his Stargate role.

Cliff Simon’s recent projects include roles in TV series such as Castle, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders and the series Personal Space scheduled for 2018. On FedCon he will surely have a lot of interesting stories to tell, autographs and be available for photo sessions. So it’s best to buy tickets in the Ticket-Shop.

Filmography (selection):

Film and TV
  • 1992–1999: Egoli: Place of Gold (TV series)
  • 1993: Tropical Heat (TV series)
  • 2000: Operation Delta Force 5: Random Fire
  • 2000: Nash Bridges – Jump Start (TV series)
  • 2001–2007: Stargate – Kommando SG-1 (TV series)
  • 2008: Stargate: Continuum
  • 2010: 24 (TV series)
  • 2010: Undercovers (TV series)
  • 2011: Navy CIS: L.A. (TV series)
  • 2012: Days of our Lives (TV series)
  • 2013: Navy CIS (TV series)
  • 2014: The Americans (TV series)
  • 2014: Castle (TV series)
  • 2016: Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (TV series)
  • 2017: Project Eden: Vol. I
  • 2018: Personal Space (TV series)

Sources & additional links for Cliff Simon:

Wikipedia, IMDb, Twitter,

https://www.insidermagazin.eu/

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