Supernatural ♦ Stargate Universe ♦ Smallville ♦ Painkiller Jane ♦ Alphas ♦ NCIS:Los Angeles
Alaina Huffman is best known as Stargate Universe’s Lt. Tamara Johansen and Smallville’s The Black Canary. She recently appeared on USA's Necessary Roughness and CBS’ NCIS:LA. Currently Alaina reigns as Abbadon the Queen of Hell on CWs Supernatural. Born in Vancouver, B.C., Huffman made her television debut at age 13, landing the lead role for a Fox pilot. She also explored other career options as a teenager. Spotted by a modeling agency scout at a local mall, she worked the fashion runways of Japan and Europe for several years before returning to acting. Huffman quickly acquired several independent film credits, including the crime thriller Pendulum (starring Rachel Hunter), Still, Night Dawn Day, Josephine, The Couch, and Indefinitely. She has also appeared in such feature films as Gunman (with Mimi Rogers), Serving Sara (with Matthew Perry and Elizabeth Hurley), Screen Door Jesus and Jack Hunter and the Lost Treasure of Ugarit (starring Ivan Sergi). Most recently Alaina starred alongside Diane Neil in the Hallmark movie This Magic Moment.On the small screen, Huffman has made guest appearances on such popular series as NCIS, CSI:Miami, CSI: New York, The O.C. and Dawson’s Creek. ALAINA is excited to be coming to Rochester for RocCon!
Alaina Huffman's appearance made possible by Heroes for Hire
Billy West was born in Detroit but raised in the Roslindale neighborhood
of Boston, Massachusetts, Billy launched his career in the early 1980s
performing daily comedic routines on Boston’s WBCN. He left the radio station to
work on the short-lived revival of Beany and Cecil. He was also a writer and
castmember on The Howard Stern Show during the early to mid 1990s, where he
gained nationwide fame with his impersonations of Larry Fine and late Cincinnati
Reds owner Marge Schott. West is best known for his voice-work on Ren &
Stimpy, Doug and Futurama. His favorite characters are Philip J. Fry (Futurama)
and Stimpy (Ren and Stimpy), both of which he originated. West’s most notable
film work was in Space Jam (1996) providing the voice of both Bugs Bunny and
Elmer Fudd. He has provided the same voices for other Looney Tunes films and
video games. West has been very outspoken over his displeasure about the influx
of movie star actors providing voice-over for films and major shows. West is
also a guitarist and singer-songwriter with a band called Billy West and The
Grief Counselors. BILLY LOVES meeting the fans and is especially looking forward to his visit to Rochester for RocCon!
Billy West appears courtesy of Tri Booking.
Piesse was born in Melbourne Australia . She
really thought about a career as an actress until a friend Suggested
she meet with her agent. Shortly after, at the age of 15, Bonnie booked her
first series regular role as Donna on the Australian Children’s
Television series ‘High
From there she guest starred in many popular Australian shows
Man Standing’. In
work peaked the interest George Lucas and ‘Star
casting director ‘Robin
and they cast her in‘Attack
of the Clones’
of the Sith’
as Beru, the woman who went on to raise Luke Skywalker!! Soon
after Bonnie found herself on set in Sydney Australia and Northern
Africa with George Lucas, Natalie Portman, Hayden Christensen, Joel
Edgerton, Jack Thompson, Ewan McGreggor and Anthony Daniels. Leaving
a blossoming acting career behind in Australia, Bonnie moved out to
LA to make an album with Grammy Winning Music Producer Val Garay
Davis Eyes’). She
spent a couple of years co-writing songs with master songwriters
including Jack Thompson (‘Peaceful
Eric Kaz (‘Love
Has No Pride’),
Bonnie Hayes (‘Have
and J.D Souther (‘New
Kid In Town’,
recorded her album in LA with an amazing bunch of musicians (Russ
Kunkel, Leland Sklar, Bob Glaub, Bonnie Hayes, Viktor Krauss, and the
late Andrew Gold who also co-produced the album). In
was featured in the CW series ‘Life
currently in pre-production for a new EP which will be released later
BONNIE can't wait to meet everyone at RocCon!
Bonnie Piesse' appearance courtesy of Galactic Productions. www.GalacticProductionsEvents.com
NEW, MORE SPACIOUS LOCATION WITH ELEVATORS AND PLENTY OF FREE PARKING!
Kodak Event Center (formerly known as Kodak's Theatre on The Ridge)
200 West Ridge Road, Rochester, NY!
September 19, 20 & 21ST 2014!
Early Alien Discount Tickets Now Available!
AND A COOL FOOD TRUCK RODEO!