The more and more Comic Con Africa edges closer the more excited I am! Following the announcement of a certain Jason Momoa (aka my man crush), Reed Exhibitions Africa, ReedPOP and VS Gaming recently announced that Kevin Sussman is also set to join in on the fun. You might recognise him as the quirky comic bookstore owner Stuart Bloom in the hit series Big Bang Theory. He is confirmed to join the list of celebrity guests attending this year’s spectacle, a first of its kind on African soil.
Kevin is best known for his recurring roles as Stuart in Big Bang Theory and as “Walter” in the comedy-drama Ugly Betty. He has, however, also portrayed the role of “Stevie” in the iconic hit “Wet Hot American Summer”. Sussman’s other work includes “Sweet Home Alabama,” “Hitch”, “Made of Honor”, “the Coen Bros.”, “Burn After Reading’, “Taking Woodstock” and a recurring role on the hit series “Weeds”.
Sussman’s talent is not limited to acting and he has sold projects to SONY, FOX, CBS and Amazon Studios.
Kevin joins team Comic Con Africa, which already includes the aforementioned Aquaman Jason Momoa, Star Trek’s Rick Worthy and South African comedic ensemble Goliath&Goliath to name a few.
Comic Con Africa will be held from 14 – 16 September 2018 at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit & International Convention Centre. Comic Con Africa will feature all elements of comic books, science fiction/fantasy related film, series and similar popular arts as well as a large range of pop culture and entertainment elements including animation, toys, gadgets and so much more.
More information about autograph sessions as well as pricing will be announced at a later stage.
For more information about Comic Con Africa please visit: https://www.comicconafrica.co.za/en.html
Hope to see you there…I cannot wait!
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