FEDCON - Wes Chatham from The Expanse live in Bonn
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The star line-up for The Expanse at FedCon 28 will once again be boosted by Wes Chatham. In the exciting science fiction series, he has been working as mechanic Amos Burton (first on the Canterbury and then on the Rocinante) since the first episode in 2015.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, the actor has appeared in over 20 film and TV productions since 2003. Wes Chatham took on his first fixed series role as Isaac in the comedy production Barbershop (2005), which revolved around the daily life of a Chicago-based hairdresser. He appeared on the big screen as Castor in the internationally successful science fiction epic The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 and Part 2.

But at FedCon 31 his current hit The Expanse will certainly be in the spotlight. You can be curious to see what Wes Chatham has to say to his cast colleagues Shohreh Aghdashloo, Nick E. Tarabay, Cas Anvar, Dominique Tipper and Frankie Adams. All you need is your ticket from the Ticket-Shop.

Appearance: On all convention days
Autograph: EUR 35,00  -  Photosession: EUR 40,00

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).

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FedCon Send-In
You are not able to join FedCon, you are too busy or on vacation, but although you wanna get an autograph of your beloved actor? For that we invented our Send-in-Service. In our nerd shop - The Space Store - you can either order a standard autograph on a high-gloss photo, or you can send us your item (photo, poster, book, DVD, etc.) and we will have it signed by the star at the event. Since we are just before the convention, it is no longer possible to order further autographs via the send-in service.

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