Tom Welling

Tom Welling is best known for playing “Clark Kent/Superman” on the long-running television series “Smallville.” In addition to acting, he directed multiple episodes of the series and served as an executive producer. Welling recently starred in the film “The Choice.” His other feature film credits include “Draft Day,” “Parkland,” “Cheaper by the Dozen,” Cheaper by the Dozen 2” and “The Fog.” His television credits include “Undeclared” and “Judging Amy,” as well as executive producing the series “Hellcats,” starring Aly Michalka and Ashley Tisdale. Tom can currently be seen playing the role of “Marcus Pierce” in Season Three of “Lucifer”.

You can see Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum on Saturday during four Autograph Sessions.  A ticket is required for each person for each session and are included in the MSC VIP, the Up, Up & Away and the America’s Hero Sponsorships.  The tickets are a limited quantity and sessions will fill up as the sponsorships are received.  There are additional fees for photo ops and autographs during the sessions.  Photos will be available to purchase and fans may bring items for autographs.

Michael Rosenbaum will also appear for autographs and photos on Sunday with no ticket needed.  Sponsors will be able to use their fast pass to go to the front of the line!  There are additional fees for photo ops and autographs during the sessions.  Photos will be available to purchase and fans may bring items for autographs.

You can see George Newbern on Friday and Saturday with no ticket required.  Additional fees for photo ops and autographs during the sessions.  Photos will be available to purchase and fans may bring items for autograph.  Sponsors may use their fast pass to go to the head of the line!

Go to the Sponsorship Page to secure your ticket to see Welling and Rosenbaum!

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Michael Rosenbaum

A well known American Actor and producer, Rosenbaum is best remembered for the role of Lex Luthor in  Smallville, a long running television series based on the DC Comics character, Superman.  Rosenbaum was born in Oceanside, New York, but grew up in Newburgh, Indiana with mother Julie, father Mark Rosenbaum, and his two siblings.

Following graduation from Castle High School, Rosenbaum  received a degree in Theater Arts from Western Kentucky University. Rosenbaum became a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon during his college years. With his Theater Arts degree in hand, Rosenbaum shifted his focus to New York City to learn acting and pursue a career in it.

First spotted in New York by Vincent Letizia, an MTV Networks intern, Michael Rosenbaum was to be featured in an MTV-designed reality show but the show never materialized. He made a movie debut in the year 1997 as The devil in the movie The Devil & the Angel and appeared in the film, Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil.

Rosenbaum has worked in over a dozen movies ever since. Some of his notable roles area as Parker Riley in the 1998 Movie Urban Legend, Brandon/Brandy in the 2002 film Sweet November,  Kyle in the 2005 movie Cursed, and Gil in the 2012 movie Hit and Run Rosenbaum had the role of Martinex in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

Similarly, Michael Rosenbaum made his first television appearance in 1998 as Jonathan Summers in the show titled The Tom show. Followed by over a dozen popular television shows including Batman Beyond, Static Shock, Smallville, Jackie Chan Adventures and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He played the lead role of Buddy Dobbs in the 2015- 2016 television series, Impastor.       

Rosenbaum continued his superhero genre voicing characters in various video games and animated series from DC Comics, Justice League, Static Shock, Justice League Unlimited.   Rosenbaum is known for his many really good voice impressions as well.

Rosenbaum has directed comedy films, been a lead singer of a band, produced several films, and has written books.

Rosenbaum was awarded a “Saturn Award” as “Best Supporting Actor in Television series” for Smallville in 2002,  and was a  Nominee in 2006 for a “Saturn Award” for “Best Supporting Actor on Television” for  Smallville It should be noted that Rosenbaum made the list of People Magazine’s “Sexiest Men Alive”  in 2006.

George Newbern

An American actor and voice actor, best known for his roles as Charlie in ABC show Scandal and Bryan MacKenzie in Father of the Bride (1991) and its sequel Father of the Bride Part II as well as Danny (The Yeti) in Friends and his recurring role as Julia’s son Payne in Designing Women. He is also known for providing the voices of Superman in many pieces of DC Comics media (most notably the Justice League and Justice League Unlimited animated series and the Injustice video game series), and Sephiroth in the Final Fantasy series and the Kingdom Hearts series.

 He began his acting career at the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock, in the role of the younger brother in Life With Father, based on Clarence S. Day Jr.’s autobiographical novels. This first acting role spurred him on to other acting roles and eventually on to movie roles. Newbern’s first lead role was in 1987’s Double Switch, a retelling of The Prince and the Pauper that aired as a part of the Wonderful World of Disney television series. 

 From 1986-1992, Newbern had a recurring role as Payne McElroy, the son of designer Julia Sugarbaker (played by Dixie Carter), on the series Designing Women. He has since guest-starred on television in such series as Providence, Chicago Hope, Friends, Bull, CSI, Medium, Ghost Whisperer, Touched by an Angel, Criminal Minds, and Private Practice. He has a recurring role as a former CIA operative in Scandal.

He starred as Neal Morris, father of Melissa Morris (Emily Osment), in the 2009 Disney Channel movie Dadnapped, and portrayed Apollo 14 astronaut Stu Roosa in the HBO mini-series From The Earth To The Moon. Film credits include Adventures in Babysitting (1987) with Elisabeth Shue; Double Switch (1987); Switching Channels (1988) with Kathleen Turner, Burt Reynolds and Christopher Reeve; and Father of the Bride (1991) and its sequel Father of the Bride Part II. In 2009 he appeared in Locker 13.

As a voice actor, Newbern is notable for his role as Clark Kent/Superman on the Cartoon Network series Justice League, Static Shock and Justice League Unlimited. He also reprised his role as Superman in The Batman fifth season two-part opener “The Batman/Superman Story” and the series finale episode “Lost Heroes” even though that series was described as existing in a different continuity. He also appeared as Superman in the DC Showcase short Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam and as well as Superman vs The Elite. He also provides the voice of Superman in the game Injustice: Gods Among Us and its sequel.

 Newbern’s voice acting career began in 1991 with the cartoon series The Pirates of Dark Water, and he has also done voiceovers on a number of video games and game-related productions. He has also voiced in the infamous Theodore Rex as the character of the same name. In 2003, Newbern provided the voice of Mevyn Nooj in Final Fantasy X-2.

His performance as Nooj reportedly impressed the developers at Square Enix enough for them to cast him as Sephiroth in the English version of Kingdom Hearts II and he would also go on to reprise the role in the English-language releases of Final Fantasy VII Advent Children, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Dissidia: Final Fantasy, Dissidia 012 Final Fantasyand Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, with presumptions that he will be returning to voice the character for the Final Fantasy VII remake.

He later appeared in the second season of Jericho as the President of the Allied States of America. In 2009, he sent a DNA sample into space to preserve the Newbern genome. Newbern also narrated Toyota’s commercials for the 2010 model year of the Prius, one of the car company’s younger automotive models, and portrayed Harold in Saw VI.