Henry Winkler Heading to Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention This September
The Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention is coming this September 7-9 in Hunt Valley, Maryland and some very special guests have been confirmed for the event. Fonzie himself, actor Henry Winkler, has just been confirmed to be attending. Winkler is best known for his roles on Happy Days, MacGyver, and most recently Barry. Barry earned him his first-ever Prime Time Emmy Award: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series at the age of 72.
Hal Linden and Max Gail, best known for their roles in the ’70s show Barney Miller, are also set to appear. Linden toured with several bands in the ’50s and soon after starred on Broadway. His big break came in 1975 when he was cast as the precinct boss on Barney Miller. His co-star Gail also starred in General Hospital and has worked as a director. Ellen Bry and Nicholas Hammond are going to reunite at the convention as both starred in the same Spider-Man series. Bry also appeared in St. Elsewhere and was even the stunt double for Margot Kidder in Superman. Hammond is best known as Friedrich von Trapp in the film The Sound of Music.
All the stars coming to Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention
Batman and Wonder Woman star Inga Nielsen will appear to talk about her many roles in the ’60s and ’70s along with Kristina Wayborn. Wayborn portrayed Greta Garbo in the 1980 film The Silent Lovers which led to her role as Magda in the James Bond film Octopussy in 1983. Ellie Wood Walker is set to make her first convention appearance ever. She is known for being the first woman to ever play Diana Prince/Wonder Woman in the TV pilot for Wonder Woman.
Last year, it was Tara Buckman’s first time signing autographs and she is set to appear again. She had roles in big shows such as CHiPs, Highway to Heaven, and Kojak. If you attend the event, you can also see Susan George (Straw Dogs), Mary Stavin (Miss World 1977), Kathleen Beller (Dynasty), and Geri Reischl (“Fake Jan” on The Brady Bunch Hour). As a special treat, Iron Knight Cosplay will attend. He has won several awards for his handmade costumes and is the Official Resident Cosplayer for the convention.
Click here to learn more and get tickets if you’re interested in attending. In addition, the convention has not yet released all of the stars that will attend so stay tuned! In addition to all the celebrities there are over 200 vendor tables with merchandise ranging from books, magazines, photographs, movie posters, lobby cards, collectibles, toys, action figures, comic books, arts and crafts, tee shirts, DVDs, and much more!
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