Margot Kidder is best known by fans for her role as "Lois Lane" in the Superman films from the late 1970's and early 1980's. Before taking on the role as the spunky reporter, Kidder was already a star, having appeared in the films Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx, Black Christmas, 92 in the Shade, The Great Waldo Pepper, and Brian DePalma's cult classic, Sisters.
Kidder began her acting career in her native Canada, with roles on a number of dramatic series for the Canadian Broadcasting System. American audiences first took notice of her as "Ruth" in the James Garner series Nichols.
After her appearance in the Superman movies, Margot went on to star in a string of films, including Willie and Phil, Some Kind of Hero, The Reincarnation of Peter Proud, Heartaches, Trenchcoat, The Glitter Dome, Crime and Punishment, Halloween II, Matt's Chance, and Pride of Lions, which just completed filming.
On the small screen, Kidder has appeared in numerous series. Among these are Shell Game, Boston Commons, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Touched by an Angel, La Femme Nikita, The "L" Word, Brothers and Sisters, and the fan-favorite, Smallville, where she appeared as "Bridgette Crosby".
Margot currently lives in Montana and is very active in "Montana Women For", an organization that provides education and advocacy to encourage the participation and empowerment of women within our democracy.
Margot Kidder will be appearing at Superman Celebration on Friday, June 7th and Saturday, June 8th. The location and times will be announced soon.
Autograph Session Tickets are not required to meet this guest.
Michael Rosenbaum has worked with everyone from Steve Martin and Christopher Walken to Clint Eastwood. The diverse actor has worked in over twenty films, such as Urban Legend, Sweet November, Bringing Down the House, and Sorority Boys. He portrayed the iconic character "Lex Luthor" on the smash hit Smallville for ten years and is currently filming the new Fox comedy, Breaking In, after American Idol. Michael's recent films include Father of Invention with Kevin Spacey, Catch .44 with Bruce Willis, and he begins production on an untitled Dax Shepard film with Kristen Bell, Tom Arnold, and Bradley Cooper this summer.
Aside from acting, Michael has also started a new production company, Rose and Bomb Productions. The new company is already moving forward with innovative new concepts such as Ghild, the coming of age tale about an eight year old boy who won't stop growing and Fade Into You, a suspense thriller written, directed, and produced by Rosenbaum about your past coming back to haunt you. He also recently closed a deal with FOX to write his own half hour comedy and has a Hockey movie in development that he will produce and star in.
Michael Rosenbaum will be appearing at Superman Celebration on Saturday, June 8th during the Celebrity Autograph Sessions at Banterra Bank. Tickets are required to attend the sessions. For more information on obtaining tickets, click here.
Autograph Session Tickets are required to meet this guest.
Superman fans will likely best know Vancouver native, Alessandro Juliani, from his recurring role as "Dr. Emil Hamilton" on the long-running CW hit Smallville. However, this summer will likely bring even more exposure in his supporting role as "Sergeant Sedowsky" in Zack Snyder’s eagerly-anticipated Superman re-imagining, Man of Steel - a film in which he coincidentally shares the screen with another version of "Emil Hamilton" (as played by Richard Schiff).
Sci-fi junkies were already keenly aware of his unmatched abilities at deciphering techno-babble and delivering vital exposition in his four seasons as "Lieutenant Felix Gaeta" on the critically acclaimed phenomenon, Battlestar Galactica. While he remains in demand as an actor, recently appearing as a guest star in shows such as Motive, Continuum, and the Lifetime Movie of the Week, Babysellers, Alessandro is also an award-winning composer for theatre, dance and film. He most recently composed vocal music for a production of Susan Glaspell’s Trifles at the Shaw Festival in Niagara on the Lake, and created soundscapes and music for Crystal Pite in Kidd Pivot’s Tempest Replica, which continues to tour internationally, most recently appearing at the Joyce Theatre in New York.
Alessandro Juliani will be appearing at Superman Celebration on Saturday, June 8th during the Celebrity Autograph Sessions at Banterra Bank. Tickets are required to attend the sessions. For more information on obtaining tickets, click here.
Autograph Session Tickets are required to meet this guest.
Tracy Scoggins, who played "Catherine 'Cat' Grant" on the popular television series Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, makes her first trip to Metropolis!
A natural athlete, Tracy was discovered by Elite Modeling Agency's president John Casablancas after she left college at Texas State University, and was offered a contract in New York. There she used her modeling career to finance her fledgling acting career. After a year in New York, she left the United States to model in Europe, where she quickly became on of the most in-demand models in Italy, Germany, and France.
Tracy returned to the States to pursue a full-time acting career, where she soon landed the role of "Monica Colby" in the popular series The Colbys. (She reprised the role later on Dynasty.) After a successful six-month run of the play "The Sicilian Bachelor" at the Tiffany Theatre in Los Angeles in 1991, she received the Daily News' coveted "Marquis Award" for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy. Between her dramatic and comedic roles on stage and screen, it was no wonder that Tracy was such a success playing "Catherine 'Cat' Grant", the Daily Planet's laser-tongued society columnist on ABC's Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
Tracy has appeared in numerous TV shows, including The Dukes of Hazard, Remington Steele, T.J. Hooker, Blue Thunder, The A Team, Nip/Tuck, NCIS, Highlander: The TV Series, and Castle. Alongside her recurring roles in Dynasty, The Colbys, and Lois and Clark, she also was known for her leading roles in several television series, including "Amanda Carpenter" in Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years, "Grace Neville" in Dante's Cove, and especially "Captain Elizabeth Lochley" in Babylon 5 and Crusade. Her feature film credits include Dangerous Toys, Dead Space, Toy Soldiers, Watchers, Dangerous Company, and Timebomb.
Tracy Scroggins will appear at Superman Celebration on Friday, June 7th and Saturday, June 8th. (Stay tuned for appearance times and locations.)
Autograph Session tickets will not be required.
Laurie Mitchell Roberts was a sci-fi queen who appeared in the 1957 episode of The Adventures of Superman , "The Man Who Made Dreams Come True" with George Reeves. Laurie’s professional career began with an appearance in the 1954 feature film 20000 Leagues Under The Sea. She appeared in many iconic television shows such as The Addams Family, My Three Sons, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, Hogan's Heroes, Gomer Pyle: USMC, Wagon Train, Bonanza, 77 Sunset Strip, and many others. She also had roles in the films Attack of The Puppet People, Some Like It Hot, Queen of Outer Space, and Missile To The Moon.
Laurie will appear at Superman Celebration on Friday, June 7th and Saturday, June 8th. She will also be a special guest at a live performance of the "Perils of Superman" episode of The Adventures of Superman. Stay tuned for appearance times and locations.
Autograph Session Tickets will not be required.
Child Star Gregory Moffett is making his first appearance at the Superman Celebration. Acting until the age of 13, Gregory appeared in the episode "The Stolen Elephant" from The Adventures of Superman. He also had roles in the cult horror classic Robot Monster, Let’s Dance with Fred Astaire and Betty Hutton, and the Joel McCrea Western Saddle Tramp.
Gregory will appear at Superman Celebration on Friday, June 7th and Saturday, June 8th. He'll also be a special guest at a live performance of the "Perils of Superman" episode of The Adventures of Superman. Stay tuned for appearance times and locations.