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Guest Film & TV Actors:

Néstor Carbonell

Néstor Carbonell is an American actor, director, and screenwriter. He came to prominence for his role as Luis Rivera in the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan. He is known for his roles as Richard Alpert in the ABC drama series Lost, Sheriff Alex Romero in the A&E drama series Bates Motel, and Yanko Flores in the Apple TV+ drama series The Morning Show. Carbonell also starred as Mayor Anthony Garcia in Christopher Nolan’s superhero films The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises.

He’s also been on Kim Possible, The Morning Show, The Lost City, Smokin’ Aces, and Big Hero 6: The Series, with appearances in Law & Order, Melrose Place, Monk, Scrubs, Me Eloise, Psych, The Good Wife, Wilfred, Captain Jake and the Neverland Pirates, and Ducktails.

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Photo Ops & Autographs

Appearing: All Three Days *

Photo Ops: $65 –  NOW Available**

Autographs: Available to Purchase at the event**

 

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*Guest appearances are subject to change or cancellation.

**Photo Op & Autograph experiences are subject to change due to health regulations regarding the current pandemic.

For more information about Autographs, Memorabilia Signings, Voice recordings, and other signing table opportunities visit the Celebrities Booth during the convention. Prices and options are subject to change.

 

Panels & Schedule

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*Guest appearances and Panels are subject to change or cancellation. Please Check the Official Schedule for the most up-to-date panel & photo-op & autograph times and locations.

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