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  1. Karate Kid: Ralph Macchio William Zabka Elisabeth Shue Martin Kove
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  2. 'You've just met me. Sorry.'
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  3. I do struggle to write my name. Also, so many classic quotes to choose from.
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  4. I would go for it but i don't want a photo with those 3 chaps
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  5. Daniel Dae Kim (Lost, Hawaii Five-0, 24, Star Trek Enterprise, Hellboy, Angel, Flack & Insurgent) Katherine Heigl (Grey’s Anatomy, Firefly Lane, Roswell, Knocked Up & Suits) Ethan Erickson (Melrose Place, Buffy, CSI: New York & Jawbreaker) William Zabka (Cobra Kai, Karate Kid & The Equalizer) Ashley Fink (Glee, Huge & What/If) Courtney Henggeler (Cobra Kai, The Big Bang Theory & Mom)
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  6. Harris Yulin (Ghostbusters 2, 24, Buffy & Scar Face) Brianne Tju (Light as a Feather, Scream TV Series, I Know What You Did Last Summer TV Series & Make It or Break It) Fairuza Balk (Return to Oz, American History X, The Craft, Almost Famous & Paradise City) Kristen Stewart (Twilight, Spencer, Snow White, The Runaways, Charlie’s Angels & Still Alice) Erika Christensen (Traffic, Parenthood, Swimfan, Six Degrees & Ten Days in the Valley ) Mayim Bialik (The Big Bang Theory, Blossom & Beaches)
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  7. There's a lot of 40th anniversaries this year I share my birthday with, like a fair few of you 80s kids, and there's definitely some dream guests to go with the year of '84. Here's my dream list for LFCC Summer, I won't expect all but even some would be cool for group shoots and autographs, and see some as very doable. I've also compiled some lists of some notable anniversaries for fans and ideas. Noted some involved have sadly left us, but have included due to fans of these and also there's always someone tied to it, be it writer, artist or star of a adaptation. Transformers Peter Cullen Frank Welker Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Peter Laird (Sadly its very rare and getting rarer as time goes on) Kevin Eastman (Been before and was brilliant, with exclusive prints) Nightmare on Elm Street Robert Englund - Full costume shoot with Boiler Room (We sadly never got a full costume shoot, but he's done make up and a few Elm Street guests this year) Heather Langenkamp Ghostbusters (Also Frozen Empire is released this year) Bill Murray (Probably the least likely to get) Dan Aykroyd Ernie Hudson Sigourney Weaver (She did it once, drew a huge crowd) Annie Potts Rick Moranis (Can't see it happening, but worth mentioning, who doesn't love Rick!) Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger (A very tall order, but not out of the limits of possibilities, but will be expensive) Linda Hamilton Michael Biehn Akira, Vol. 1 Katsuhiro Otomo 1984 also sees the anniversaries of the following films (which also have some notable names for guests)... Police Academy Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (Hayao Miyazaki would be a epic guest) Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (I'd be happy just with Ke Huy Quan) Gremlins The Karate Kid This Is Spinal Tap The Never Ending Story Beverly Hills Cop Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (Be sure to see Tom Savini at Spring LFCC, hopefully he can so Summer too. And I know some want Feldman) Children of the Corn Purple Rain (True no Prince, but it was a phenomenon and still plenty of cast and the band left) Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (Lloyd and Shatner?) Romancing the Stone Supergirl The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension Some notable comic anniversaries too. Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars ties into the origin of the popular supervillain Venom. Spider-Man's black costume first appears in The Amazing Spider-Man #252 ties into the origin of the popular supervillain Venom. "The Kid Who Collects Spider-Man," written by Roger Stern, with art by Ron Frenz and Terry Austin is published in The Amazing Spider-Man #248. Scream! #1, published by IPC Magazines. British writer Alan Moore takes over Swamp Thing #20 New Teen Titans, with issue #41, becomes Tales of the Teen Titans. Fantastic Four #265 — She-Hulk joins the Fantastic Four Legion of Super-Heroes, with issue #314, becomes Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes. The West Coast Avengers #1 in a four-issue mini-series The Judge Dredd story "City of the Damned" begins its run in 2000 AD Kitty Pryde and Wolverine #1 in a six-issue mini-series, by Chris Claremont and Al Milgrom, Iceman #1 in a four-issue limited series by J.M. DeMatteis, Alan Kupperberg, and Mike Gustovich; Captain America #300: "Cap vs. The Red Skull — To the Death!" by J. M. DeMatteis, Paul Neary, and Dennis Janke. Superman #400: 68-page anniversary issue: "The Living Legends of Superman." World's Finest Comics #300: 52-page anniversary issue. TV anyone? Thomas & Friends (Ringo Starr was the voice of a childhood for a lot of us) Miami Vice Airwolf Robin of Sherwood V Tales from the Darkside 'Allo 'Allo! Notable books to as I know the convention attracts some book lovers. The Hunt for Red October - Tom Clancy So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, #4) - Douglas Adams In the Hand of the Goddess (Song of the Lioness, #2) - Tamora Pierce Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Dragonlance: Chronicles, #1) - Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman The Talisman - Stephen King, Peter Straub Thinner - Stephen King (I've become settled on the fact we will never get a King appearance over here, but he's still high on my guest list) Neuromancer (Sprawl, #1) - William Gibson Enchanters' End Game (The Belgariad #5) - David Eddings Castle of Wizardry (The Belgariad #4) - David Eddings Heretics of Dune (Dune, #5) - Frank Herbert The Hero and the Crown (Damar, #2) - Robin McKinley Legend (The Drenai Saga, #1) - David Gemmell Books of Blood: Volumes One to Three - Clive Barker (Another dream guest, but can't see it happening) There's so many more, we could be here all day. And that's not including music, art, etc. So whose your dream anniversary guest, who would you like to see? Any of the mentioned giving you ideas?
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  8. Current list - Saturday - Ruth Madeley, Maggie Service, Anita Dobson, Bill Patterson. Sunday - Caitlin Blackwood, Karl Collins, Michelle Greenidge, Julian Bleach. Which is a huge improvement over last year, when I only attended the Spring event & then just met one guest! I've booked a hotel for the Friday night which is a 20 minute walk away, so I've got an easy journey to Olympia on Saturday morning. Unfortunately, I'm working Saturday night until 6am Sunday morning, so I'll have to go home, shower, change, grab a bite to eat, and hope to get to Olympia around 9.30am.
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  9. Latest Guest Announcement - Bill Paterson Appearing: Saturday Autograph: £25 Photoshoot: £25 Buy Tickets Now Lord Lyman Beesbury - House of the Dragon Dad - Fleabag Dr John Hathaway - The Sandman R P Tyler - Good Omens Mr. Jenkins - The Witches Rupert Potter - Miss Potter https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0665473/
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  10. Thanks all for your useful advice!! Fortunately a good buddy has come through and is driving us both there at the fair price of his entry ticket and parking See y'all there
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  11. Sad news as another loss, but great to have met him in Brighton back in 2015.
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  12. Me too, first met him 20 years ago at LFCC 2004. Always great with fans and never felt cons were beneath him even when he had his resurgence with The Mandolorian, he was still doing them. I was so excited for him and to see where he could take the show from the director's chair as well as acting in it. I wonder how they'll handle his departure in season 4 if they make it - would've been great to see him in the new movie.
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  13. Okay so i spent a long time last night scrolling through and cross checking these names, but i was having no luck with films, even Star Trek V yielded only two results both dead. so i decided to check Blackadder as the 4th series turns 35 this year and heres what i have. The obvious in Rowan Atkinson was a Doctor in "Curse of the Fatal Death" which i'm surprised hasn't seen a re-release on DVD or Blu Ray, even if it is free on YouTube, a novelty release for Charity would see to Who fans. Tony Robinson was only mentioned in a novel. Stephen Fry was obviously C in "Spyfall" Part 1, and was also Minister of chance in the BBC audio/Webcast "Death comes to Time" so he has two credits to his name. Tim Mcinnerny following the failure of his green business decided to start selling Ood as Mr Haplin in "Planet of the Ood" which would be a great name to duo with Adrian Rawlins who we had last year. Helan Atkinson-Wood was in an Audio "ID" for Big Finish, not heard it can't comment. Gabrielle Glaisters was in an audio for the early adventures entitled "The Foresaken", not hear it can't comment. now the regulars are out of the way lets get into the rest, we have obviously William Russell who we're never going to see at another event. then we have the man who is legless, even if he hasn't touched a drop, Tom Baker, need i say more. now as you'll see i barely bothered checking who they played in Blackadder nor the series they were in as i was just cross referencing for Doctor who Credits so do bare in mind here. Martin Clare was in "Masque of Mandragora" as a Masquer Dennis Lill had two substantially bigger roles, the first as Dr Fendelman in "Image of the Fendhal" and then as Sir George Hutchinson in "The Awakening" now we have three from "Warriors gate" so i'll list them all together with Jeremy Gittens who was Lazlo, along with Mark Arden and Stephen Frost who were both Thrails and the former i've already met and have on the DVD so he would be on the boxset next, but the middle man i really want to meet as he was also Vaseline in "Londons Burning". Lee Cornes who i think also appeared in all 4 series of Blackadder, was in "Kinda" as the Jester, he's already appeared at a LFCC but i don't think he's a one and done, as he has a ton of classic credits to his name. John Savident was a Squire in "The Visitation" Russell Brook is one who has peaked my interest as occasional player in the 1980's with credits such as Schoolboy in "Mawdryn Undead", a man at arms in "The Kings Demons", a seabase crew member in "Warriors of the Deep", an attendant in "Revelation of the Daleks", then a trio of roles in "Time and the Rani" as a Genius, a Laketyan and a Tetrap before finally appearing as a Chimeron in "Delta and the Bannermen" so that last one would be my go to story for signing, mainly down to how many i already have. Forbes Collins was in "Vengeance on Varos" as a Chief Officer. a small actor that no one would know called BRIAN BLESSED was in "Mindwarp" as King Yacarnos. David Fieldsend was curiously listed for only two episodes of "Terror of the Vervoids" as a timelord but i think it stands to reason he did the whole story in what i presume would have been a block booking, but that will require more digging on my part. Richard Mitchley was in "Delta and the Bannerman" as Arrex so another who would draw my attention for that alone. Ron Cook was in the famously controversial episode "The Idiots Lantern" as Mr Magpie, a name that kept cropping up in animations for a while. Perry Benson was an ice cream man in Matt Smith's debut episode "The Eleventh Hour". Peter Barthurst was in "Survivors of the Flux" from Series 13 as Farquhar so a recent series. and even more recent we have Miriam Margoyles who i think would be a great land given her appearance is extremely recent and who else they have, and she was of course Meep the Beep in "The Star Beast". next is Jim Broadbent who was also a Doctor in "The Curse of the Fatal Death" someone who i can see appearing due to appearances in both "Only Fools and Horses" and Hot Fuzz, but will annoy me as "The Curse of the Fatal Death" hasn't seen a physical release. Holly De Jong has appeared in a very early audio "Project: Twilight" and that is actually a fantastic story, so if you haven't already i'd recommend listening to it. Paul Brooke was Toby the Sapient Pig in "Year of the pig" for Big finish, not heard it so i cannot comment. Philip Fox was in "Entanglement" for Big finish's The Early Adventures Range as Professor Charles Lewis, another one I've not listened to. Philip Pope, was in "The Foe from the Future" as Farther Harpin, a story i have been meaning to get and listen to for a long while now. and finally we have Nigel Planer who was Alex Marlowe in the 8th Doctor adventure "Hothouse" and then as Herrix and the Old Racnoss Emperor in "Empire of Racnoss" from the 2nd volume of "Classic Doctors, New Monsters" and needless to say i think very little of that set. okay thats finally typed out and researching these names had me up until 4 in the morning, i watched nearly the entirety of "Blackadder the Third" to get that listed for you all, better be happy, please i don't wish to have wasted my evening. there are a load more names such as Elspet Gray, but she's passed away so i didn't bother checking. also going back to Roland Lacey in another role i didn't realise was him, he was the baby eating bishop of bath and wales in the second series of Blackadder, again such a departure from his role in "Raiders of the Lost Ark".
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  14. going off the past yes should be able
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  15. Latest Guest Announcement - Vincent Regan Appearing: Saturday Autograph: £25 Photoshoot: £25 Buy Tickets Now Garp - One Piece Atlan - Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Eudorus - Troy Kepheus - Clash of the Titans https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0716490/
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  16. It would be good to see a few more guests but I doubt at this late stage we’ll get David Tennant and Catherine Tate for this one as they would have announced them much sooner than a month to go. I’ve been wrong before with last minute announcements as Victoria Yeates was announced on the Tuesday before last years spring event. she was announced, I bought the CD on the Wednesday, picked it up on the Thursday and listened to it on the Friday, really last minute that one.
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  17. Or like Steve Martin, Just give cards out saying 'You've just met me'
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  18. Or an aerodynamic pea shell that has it inbuilt....
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  19. more sleepaway camp cast Chloë Grace Moretz Amelia Kinkade night of the demons cast Terrifier cast smallville cast bruce campbell geordie shore cast tom atkins
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  20. You are correct, the only way you would get the entry ticket refunded would be if the event was cancelled and the only way you would get refunds on photo tickets would be if the event was cancelled or the guest cancelled.
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  21. I should have started this with Richard Franklin in December but i feel that this is a time i should start it. Leslie "Les" Conrad. Unknown - 28/01/2024 (Pictured here with Wife Shirley). Leslie or as he preferred to be known Les was a notable extra of Doctor Who appearing for nearly 20 years making his first contribution to the Series in the William Hartnell adventure "The Massacre" as a Bar Patron, he would go on to appear not only with the first 6 actors to inherit the titular role, but he appeared with his brother on numerous occasions and in his penultimate appearance "The Twin Dilemma" his sons played the titular characters, as an extra his name shall not often be remembered by the general fan-base, even i struggled to find a photo of him, and any clearer photo of him would be appreciated, but it goes to great lengths that many even so many years later would have sought him out as an extra of many great and notable stories, even if those two never necessarily overlapped, he was in my opinion a fine man who dedicated himself to fans who would otherwise overlook him for his lack of notable credit, i was happy to meet a man of such character, i hope that he rests in peace. he is survived by his Wife Shirley and twin sons Andrew and Gavin Conrad.
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  22. Exactly this, and we were never negative about him, quite the opposite, we were just concerned that he was put in a situation that he shouldn't have been
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  23. Its amazing how that despite being a small time bit player we found ourselves discussing him as what i felt was both the needed cautionary tale and the poster boy (Man?) of how we value everyone who has done Doctor who big or small (Sans Granthom, Clarke and Langley) and that to me at least everyone is important in their own special way, i'm glad that in-spite of everything i have him on a special set and one of my all time favourite Stories.
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  24. Daniel Dae Kim (Lost, Hawaii Five-0, 24, Star Trek Enterprise, Hellboy, Angel, Flack & Insurgent) Katherine Heigl (Grey’s Anatomy, Firefly Lane, Roswell, Knocked Up & Suits) Ethan Erickson (Melrose Place, Buffy, CSI: New York & Jawbreaker) William Zabka (Cobra Kai, Karate Kid & The Equalizer) Ashley Fink (Glee, Huge & What/If) Courtney Henggeler (Cobra Kai, The Big Bang Theory & Mom)
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  25. Daniel Dae Kim (Lost, Hawaii Five-0, 24, Star Trek Enterprise, Hellboy, Angel, Flack & Insurgent) Katherine Heigl (Grey’s Anatomy, Firefly Lane, Roswell, Knocked Up & Suits) Ethan Erickson (Melrose Place, Buffy, CSI: New York & Jawbreaker) William Zabka (Cobra Kai, Karate Kid & The Equalizer) Ashley Fink (Glee, Huge & What/If) Courtney Henggeler (Cobra Kai, The Big Bang Theory & Mom)
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  26. Harris Yulin (Ghostbusters 2, 24, Buffy & Scar Face) Brianne Tju (Light as a Feather, Scream TV Series, I Know What You Did Last Summer TV Series & Make It or Break It) Fairuza Balk (Return to Oz, American History X, The Craft, Almost Famous & Paradise City) Kristen Stewart (Twilight, Spencer, Snow White, The Runaways, Charlie’s Angels & Still Alice) Erika Christensen (Traffic, Parenthood, Swimfan, Six Degrees & Ten Days in the Valley ) Mayim Bialik (The Big Bang Theory, Blossom & Beaches)
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  27. Niall Buggy Stared in Aliens 3
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  28. Great Guests as Usual. Greg Powell in Harry Potter.
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  29. Jan Williams Stared in James Bond 'From Russia with Love'
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  30. Marie Elise Grepne in James Bond 'Octopussy'
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  31. okay lads i've had some rest after a hell of a day on the tube and a replacement bus, but i've added some more names to my list with Lost in Time now sitting at a staggering 25 names, which is significant for a single set, even if it is both the cover and booklet but still quite a selection, the next name which isn't a regular is going in page 2 of the booklet, but heres the current list for you to hopefully enjoy, question and be envious of: • Carole Ann-Ford – Susan Foreman • Maureen O’Brien – Vicki • Peter Purves - Steven Taylor • John Levene – Corporal John Benton/Cyberman/Yeti – “The Moonbase”/“The Web of Fear”/“The Invasion” • Wendy Padbury – Zoe Herriot • Brian Hodgson – Special Sounds • Warris Hussain – Director – “Marco Polo” • Clive Doig – Vision Mixer – “Marco Polo”/“The Reign of Terror” • David Tilley – Floor assistant/Assistant Floor Manager – “The Reign of Terror”/“The Evil of the Daleks” • Timothy Combe – Production Assistant/Second Unit Director – “The Reign of Terror”/“The Evil of the Daleks” • Julian Glover - King Richard The Lionhart – “The Crusade” • Mike Stevens – Trojan Guard – “The Myth Makers” • Derek Chaffer – Greek Soldier/Guard/Cyberman/Miner – “The Myth Makers”/“The Massacre”/“The Moonbase”/“Fury From the Deep”/“The Invasion”/“The Space Pirates” • David Weston – Nicholas Muss – “The Massacre” • Christopher Tranchell – Roger Colbert/Steven Jenkins – “The Massacre”/“The Faceless Ones” • Les Conrad – Tavern Customer/UNIT Soldier/Space Pirate – “The Massacre”/“The Invasion”/“The Space Pirates” • Sylvia James – Makeup – “The Savages”/Seasons 5&6 • Christopher Matthew – Radar Technician – “The Tenth Planet” • Graeme Harper – Floor Assistant – “The Power of the Daleks” • Mary Peach – Astrid – “The Enemy of the World” • Bill Lyons – Yannos – “The Enemy of the World” • Margot Hayhoe – Victoria Scream/Assistant Floor Manager – “Fury From the Deep” • Sally Faulkner – Isobel Watkins – “The Invasion” • Paul Kirby – Space Pirate/Miner – “The Space Pirates” • George Layton – Technician Penn – “The Space Pirates” So i hope you enjoy that all everyone, obviously come LFCC spring i can't wait to add Frazer Hines to the set, and hopefully later that month Derek Martin as well to bring the set to 27 names.
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  32. Latest Guest Announcement - Billie Piper Appearing: Saturday Autograph: £45 Photoshoot: £45 TARDIS prop photoshoot: £55 "The Moment" prop photoshoot: £55 Talk ticket: £20 Diamond pass: £145 1x standard photoshoot, 1x standard autograph, 1x gift, 1x talk ticket Buy Tickets Now Rose Tyler - Doctor Who Belle / Hannah - Secret Diary of a Call Girl Suzie Pickles - I Hate Suzie https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0684877/
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  33. Looks like Nigel Planer has Cancelled London Film Fair, He has been taken down from the Line up and Tickets No longer on Sale, Lets Hope we get a Replacement soon.
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  34. Latest Guest Announcement - Bonnie Langford Appearing: Sunday Autograph: £25 Photoshoot: £25 Duo photoshoot with Colin Baker: £60 Duo photoshoot with Sylvester McCoy: £65 Buy Tickets Now Melanie Bush - Doctor Who Carmel Kazemi - Eastenders Violet Elizabeth Bott - Just William https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0486374/
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  35. Latest Guest Announcement - Anthony Waye Appearing: Sunday Autograph: £15 Photoshoot: £15 Buy Tickets Now Assistant Director - James Bond: Octopussy, For Your Eyes Only Assistant Director - Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope Executive Producer - James Bond: GoldenEye, Quantum of Solace, Casino Royale, Die Another Day https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0915415/
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  36. Latest Guest Announcement - Amanda Barrie Appearing: Sunday Autograph: £20 Photoshoot: £20 Buy Tickets Now Cleopatra - Carry On Cleo Psychic Sue - Benidorm https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0057360/
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  37. Latest Guest Announcement - Sherrie Hewson Appearing: Sunday Autograph: £20 Photoshoot: £20 Buy Tickets Now Joyce Temple-Savage - Benidorm Maureen Holdsworth - Coronation Street https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0382137/
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  38. Latest Guest Announcement - Jacqueline King Appearing: Sunday Autograph: £20 Photoshoot: £20 Buy Tickets Now Sylvia Noble - Doctor Who https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0454800/
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  39. I'm surprisingly reasonably priced.
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  40. Latest Guest Announcement - Maggie Service Appearing: Saturday Autograph: £20 Photoshoot: £20 Buy Tickets Now Maggie & Sister Theresa Garrulous - Good Omens Elsie - Doctor Who Barker - Red Dwarf Norma - Call the Midwife https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2163627/
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  41. Pamela Salem (pictured with Sylvester McCoy and Simon Williams) - 22nd January 1944 - 21st February 2024. So sadly this week has seen the latest in unfortunate passing's of Doctor who alumni with another two smaller guest actors passing, but the biggest has been that of Pamela Salem. Salem made her first contributions to the series in 1977 making a voice appearance as one of the Xoanon voices in "The Face of Evil" before the following week debuting as Toos in "The Robots of Death" a role she would reprise in the Kaldor City Audios, the latter of these two was the subject of deception via her agent who claimed she was the new Doctor who girl, inspite of her appearance being that of a sizeable guest star. however her biggest role for the series would enter in 1988 as she played professor Rachel Jensen in "Remembrance of the Daleks", whilst she only played the role a single time on screen it was in 2013 a whole 25 years later Salem would return to the role along with her costars in "1963: The Assassination games" a backdoor pilot which led to "The Countermeasures" a 1960's proto UNIT series which ran for 4 series before returning as "The New Countermeasures" spanning a full 7 series as the character before the range ended. Sadly i was never fortunate to meet Pamela, and she was one i would have loved to have done so, she was a prime example of making an impact in the show to where she was invited back to play the role so many years later and being met with positive reception, i was happy to see such a series come together and have been deeply saddened by her passing, by many means she has sadly become the latest in many deaths that have struck the Doctor who fan-base this year alone, as sadly we stand at 5 names.
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  42. Michael Jayston, "The Valyard" 29th October 1935 - 5th February 2024. It was sad today to wake up before work and see the news that the dark incarnation of the Doctor, Michael Jayston had passed away at the age of 88, his last event was January Signing Spectacular only 9 prior to his passing, when i was fortunate enough to meet him during this day and to me despite his age i would describe him as youthful and full of energy, a true gentlemen who sort to entertain everyone who came to meet him, even when i was to have my photo i asked him to hold one of my Sonic Screwdrivers and he let out a sinister laugh very much in style of his character, to me this is the sign of an actor who knows their audience. Jayston originated his role in 1986 apart of the season long 14 part epic "The Trail of a Timelord" one of only 3 actors to appear in all 14 episodes wowing audiences upon the revelation that he was in fact The Doctor, pitting for the first time the character against himself in a form that was not a double, Jayston was given an open ending implying a return would be on the Horizon, sadly on screen no return was ever depicted. Big finish however would make their mark on the character inviting him to reprise his role in the Unbound story "He Jests at Scars..." for the shows 40th anniversary year, he would then go on to play the role a further 6 times for Big Finish, his other contributions include playing a Tsar in the BBC Audio "Tsar Wars" for the "Serpents Quest" series pitting him against Tom Bakers Doctor, he also provided the audio narration for the Target novelisation of "The Ultimate Foe". I am truly saddened by his passing especially as how recently i finally got to meet him, and how off guard i feel this has caught the fan-base of guard, i hope after his career that he rests in peace. Michael is survived by his wife Ann Smithson and two children (Identities Unknown).
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