Miracle Laurie

Miracle Laurie


Miracle Laurie is originally from Huntington Beach, California. She’s acted in theatre since the age of seven and has her degree in drama from the University of California, Irvine. She had her first piano lesson at the age of five and has been a Polynesian dancer pretty much since she could walk.

Miracle is best known for her role as the neighbour and sleeper doll, Mellie/November/Madeline in … Read More »


Neil Grayston

(Eureka, Wonderfalls, Warehouse 13)

Neil’s credits include: a series regular role as ‘Alec,’ the mouth-breather, on FOX’s critically acclaimed dramedy Wonderfalls and his Leo Award nominated performance for his portrayal of ‘Martin,’ the stoic sous-chef in CTV’s dramedy Godiva’s. Selected guest star roles include: The CW’s Smallville and Supernatural, as well as CBS’ The Dead Zone. … Read More »


 Tony Amendola

(Stargate: SG-1, Once Upon A Time)

It’s difficult to imagine that Tony’s simple dream over 30 years ago to “work as an actor” would take him to Mexico, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, England, Bulgaria, Canada, and across the United States. Even to the stage of the … Read More »


 J. G. Hertzler

J.G. Hertzler

(Star Trek:  Deep Space Nine)

John Garman “J.G.” is an actor from Savannah, Georgia, best-known role is ‘Martok,’ whom he played for four seasons on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9).  He also wrote the continuation of his character’s story in “The Left Hand of … Read More »


 Dichen Lachman

(Dollhouse, Being Human (US), Torchwood)

The Australian actress Dichen Lachman has enamored many by her looks and talents. She was born in Kathmandu, and is of Australian and Tibetan descent. She lived in Nepal until she was seven years old before her family moved to … Read More »


 Robert O’Reilly

Robert O'Reilly

(Star Trek:  The Next Generation, Star Trek:  Deep Space Nine)

Robert O’Reilly is an actor best known for his portrayal of Klingon ‘Chancellor Gowron’ on Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9). His first Star Trek appearance was in 1989 and his last was in … Read More »


Wil Wheaton

Wil Wheaton

(Star Trek:  The Next Generation, Big Bang Theory, Eureka)

Wil Wheaton’s successful acting career began in 1986 with acclaimed roles in Stand By Me and Toy Soldiers. He continued to build his resume through his teen years as series regular ‘Wesley Crusher’ on Star Trek: The Next Generation and opposite Robin Williams in Flubber. But … Read More »



Norman Spinrad

Norman Spinrad is the author of over twenty novels, including Bug Jack Barron, The Iron Dream, Child of Fortune, Pictures at 11, Greenhouse Summer, and The Druid King. He has also published something like 60 short stories collected in half …Read More »


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