Route 66 Comic Con Claremore Guests
Pace began his studying with members of the Actors Studio Mimi Turque and Susan Batson in 1995. He then moved on to William Esper's two-year program where he studied under Terry Knickerbocker. He has been awarded "Best Actor" at the 2004 Palm Beach International Film Festival for his performance in the independent feature, Little Kings. He was a member of The MET Theater Company and the Tim Robbins Company, The Actors' Gang in Los Angeles. Consistent in booking Guest Stars and Co-Stars on Television, Pace is repped by Christina Scott of CA Talent, and Taher Abunadi of Engage Artists Agency.
Nerd Alert Events is honored to bring to Claremore, ROUTE 66 COMIC CON, on April 4, 2020 at The Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center at Claremore's very own Rogers State University from 10am to 5pm. Advance tickets are available now for only $7 each, and will be $10 each at the door the day of the show. Kids 12 and under are free with the purchase of an adult ticket.
Oklahoma native Justin Nimmo is known for his roles in Pleasantville (1998) as “Mark”, “American Indian Graffiti: This Thing Life” (2003). Plus, Nimmo was “Musclehead” in “Dude, Where is my car?”(2000). A couple of his TV works include: “Saved by the Bell: The New Class” (1993) and “Wrestling with Failure” (1996). He not only resembles fellow Okie Brad Pitt, but he also did look-a-like work as Brad.
But his biggest performance to many fans is his character “Zhane the Silver Ranger” from the popular Power Rangers franchise -“Power Rangers in Space (1998).” Which first aired February 6, 1998. Rita and Zedd, the Machine Empire and Divatox join forces with the evil Dark Specter. The Power Rangers have to fight an army of evil forces to save Zordon, who is imprisoned by Dark Specter. Nimmo made his Power Ranger debut in the Episode “Survival of the Silver” as “Zhane”. Zhane is the original Silver Ranger and the sixth member of the Space Rangers. He also took on the identity “Psycho Silver” of the Psycho Rangers for a brief time. The Silver Ranger is said to be the most powerful Ranger in the universe. Zhane is smooth, charming, and lives life to its fullest, at times being a bit of a hotshot. His weapon is the Super Silverizer, and he pilots the Mega Winger, his very own Zord, as well as the Galactic Rover. Zhane’s even possesses telekinesis, did you know that?
When Justin isn’t traveling conventions to meet his fans, he is working his own business, Just-In-Time RTO in Purcell OK. Justin is a father to two handsome sons. Some of his hobbies include Rollerblading, golf, days off and what he likes to call a hobby, sleeping. Little trivia about Justin, not only is he an actor, model, and past personal trainer, he is also skilled in “Bojuka” which is a form of martial arts that focuses on unarmed combat and weapons training. This martial arts system was developed in 1990 and uses techniques from Boxing, Jujutsu, and Karate.
Don’t Miss Justin – April 4th, 2020 at The Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center, Claremore's very own Rogers State University located at 1701 W Will Rogers Blvd, Claremore, OK 74017.
Route 66 Comic Con is excited to announce Muriel Juneberry Fahrion as a special guest at our Claremore Route 66 Comic con April 4, 2020, at Rogers State University. Muriel began in Cleveland, OH at American Greetings as humorous card designer where she graphically concepted the first drawings of Strawberry Shortcake & Custard as a greeting cards. It was determined Strawberry Shortcake would be licensed and I transferred to the newly created Those Characters from Cleveland, a toy/licensing think tank. What followed was 32 more characters in the Shortcake line. Within the same year Muriel was asked to depict the first introduction of Care Bears and a year after that the Get-Along-Gang that became Saturday TV cartoon series. After Muriel left TCFC she continued an output of whimsical character creations, Raggy Mae and the Raggedy Ranch, and Cameo Cats. Moving to Oklahoma in 1995 she took the position as Vice President of Creative at United Design a giftware company. At home Muriel created the series she called The Exhausted Woman
In 2002 Muriel moved to the eclectic and rural Medicine Park in SW Oklahoma.. Where she had her freelance business Big Rock Works. It was there Muriel taught herself 3D rendering and animation selling her prints of lil iffi and small canvases at the Red Door Gallery. All during Muriel’s career she was engaged in doing demos and speaking engagements on the subject of her art and creativity in general.
Today Muriel resides with her two crazy terriers in Tulsa, and continue creating Character based lines under her studio name, Outta Thin Air. Lines includes RainBerry Jam, Giggle the Guardian Angel of Laughter, Casandra The Veranda Panda,.. because artists never really retire. Active in the vibrant Tulsa Oklahoma art community Muriel is a member of Whiteside Portrait Artists as well as Rainbowland Figure Drawing, Starbase22 Comicbook Group, Inkslingers and Artists of Tulsa.
Route 66 Comic-Con will feature vendors, artist alley, games, and a cosplay contest. Tickets are $10 at the door the day of the show. But you can get advanced online tickets for only $7. Kids 12 and under get in free with the purchase of an adult ticket.