Brian Muir10. October 2017
Cliff Simon14. December 2017
With Grace Park, the Battlestar Galactica reunion delegation at FedCon gets another popular boost. The popular SF series featured the Canadian actress with Korean roots from 2003 to 2009 as the humanoid cylon “Number 8” (as Lieutenant Sharon “Boomer” Valerii and Sharon “Athena” Agathon). Grace, who was born in Los Angeles in 1974, quickly became better known through this lineup. Subsequently, she was represented in recurring roles and guest appearances in various series, until the next major career move followed in 2010. For the Hawaii Five-0 crime series, she slipped into the popular character of policewoman Kona “Kono” Kalakaua in a leading role until 2017.
The acting career of Grace Park – which has a bachelor’s degree in psychology – came on tour with the Canadian teenage soap Edgemont in 2001. She also played supporting roles in The Outer Limits, X-Factor, Dark Angel, The Immortal, Stargate SG-1, Andromeda and Romeo Must Die. Look forward with us to the charismatic actress on her first visit to our FedCon 27.
Appearance: On all convention daysAutograph:
EUR 50,00 - Photosession:
Autographs and Photosessions are not included in the entry ticket. Appearance of actors are subject to work commitment. Autograph sessions are usually held on Saturday and Sunday only. When purchasing photosession tickets online, please inform in advance when the respective photo sessions are scheduled for the respective guest (program is online about 8 weeks before the start of the convention).
Film and TV
- 1997, 2001: The Outer Limits (TV series)
- 2000: Romeo Must Die
- 2000–2001: The Immortal, (TV series)
- 2001: Stargate SG-1 (TV series)
- 2003–2004: Jake 2.0 (TV series)
- 2004–2009: Battlestar Galactica (TV series)
- 2001–2005: Edgemont (TV series)
- 2007: West 32nd
- 2007: Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars (computer game)
- 2008: Run Rabbit Run
- 2008–2009: Battlestar Galactica: The Face of the Enemy
- 2008–2009: The Cleaner (TV series)
- 2008–2010: The Border (TV series)
- 2010: Human Target (TV series)
- 2010–2017: Hawaii Five-0 (TV series)
- 2017: MacGyver (TV series)