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James Marsters to Attend Pensacon Feb 17-19 2017 | @Pensacon/@JamesMarstersOf
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@Pensacon 12:01 AM
New Guest: Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Spike, actor James Marsters! pensacon.com/james-marsters/ pic.twitter.com/5WzcKQMZMV

@JamesMarstersOf 1:08 PM
Heading to sunny Florida in February for @Pensacon...first event planned for 2017!
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Pensacon is pleased to welcome from Torchwood, Smallville and Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel, Spike himself, actor James Marsters!

James Marsters first found international fame playing punk-goth Brit vampire Spike in the critically acclaimed American TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the equally popular spin-off Angel.

Film roles include live action film Dragon Ball, romantic love story P.S. I Love You with Hilary Swank, Gerard Butler and Kathy Bates, USA Original true-crime film Cool Money, independent thriller Shadow Puppets, Winding Roads, The House On Haunted Hill and Chance with Buffy co-star Amber Benson.

The Californian actor, who grew up in Modesto, has also played Brainiac in TV’s Smallville and guest starred in Without A Trace, Millennium, Andromeda, The Mountain, Saving Grace, Caprica and mostly recently Warehouse 13, Supernatural and Hawaii Five-O.

James’s voiceover talents can be found portraying Lex Luthor on the DVD release of Superman: Doomsday and he continues to read for the very popular Dresden Files books on tape series.

He has received numerous nominations and awards, including the Spacey Award, the Saturn Award, the Cinescape Face of the Future Award, the Golden Satellite Award, and the Teen Choice Award.

James attended New York’s prestigious Juilliard, the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, and the American Conservatory Theatre and spent 10 years doing stage work before moving to LA to work in film and television.

He worked in Chicago’s famous Goodman Theater and also set-up and ran companies in Chicago and Seattle. One of his early television appearances was as a hotel bellhop in the television series Northern Exposure.

James is also a singer songwriter and has enjoyed sell-out concerts in America, Canada, Australia and Europe with his band Ghost of the Robot. He also has two solo albums, Civilized Man and Like A Waterfall.

To purchase tickets for Pensacon: Pensacola Comic Con 2017, go to https://www.showclix.com/event/Pensacon2017
To get more info about Pensacon 2017 and to see all of our upcoming guests, please visit http://www.pensacon.com/

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James Marsters & Malcolm Goodwin at Motor City Comic Con (Photos) | @malcolmjgoodwin
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@malcolmjgoodwin 7:10 AM
Izombie meets Buffy @MotCityComicCon pic.twitter.com/IPgoWv7iNP

James Marsters & Malcolm Goodwin at Motor City Comic Con

@JamesMarstersOf 7:35 AM
Just met @malcolmjgoodwin, star of @CWiZombie, a show inspired by Buffy! Cool dude. Good show,apparently a Joss fav! pic.twitter.com/RmEuh1n4Ux

James Marsters & Malcolm Goodwin at Motor City Comic Con

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