Featured Speakers

Miracole BMiracole Burnsurns

Miracole is an actor, film/TV costumer, comic illustrative model, and regarded as one of the top 10 cosplayers in North America. Her cosplay has been featured on Marvel’s Becoming series, MTV Geek, and the Emmy award winning documentary, Four Days at Dragon*Con. She portrayed Queen Noir in Powers, Ms. Marvel in Avengers Assemble!, and co-created the charity “Heroes Alliance”, which now has branches all over the world. Her Film and TV costuming credits include X-Men: First Class, Venom, Taken 3, Sleepy Hollow, The Gifted, Black Lightning, and many more.

Chris Burns

 

 Chris Burns

Chris has played various roles on stage, including Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, Cpl. Dawson in Aaron Sorkin’ s A Few Good Men, and the Dauphin Charles VII in George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan. Recently, he played Max Arthur in The Lena Baker Story starring alongside Tachina Arnold and Michael Rooker. Chris also had the re-occurring role of Brad on the first original television series for BET Somebodies, as well as being a series regular for the Cartoon Network Superdeluxe sketch comedy series Fark TV. A true chameleon, Chris has not only acted in well over eighty film and television programs, he also has multiple credits as a Co-Writer, Assistant Director, and Producer. In 2006, Chris had the distinct pleasure of having not one, but three projects at Park City during the Sundance Film Festival. His latest film projects include a lead role in Kely McClung’s action film Kerberos, as well as a lead role as Jay in Reel One Entertainment’s Battle.

Keith Brooks

Keith Brooks

Keith is an actor, writer, and director hailing from the Atlanta Georgia area. Known for his roles in shows like The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, and Good Girls, directing several subpar short films and features, and being co-owner of independent production company Bean Dip Productions. He is the co-creator of the hit podcast The Eye in Big Trouble in Little Chinatown starring Bob Carter, who is also at this thing you're going to. Keith briefly went to KSU many, many moons ago, and he probably should have taken a marketing class or something, so he would have been better at writing bios and promoting himself. 

Bob Carter

 

Bob Carter

Bob is an internationally known voice over talent based right here in Atlanta. Bob is the voice behind some of the biggest, baddest bad guys in video games, including Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, and Halo Wars, as well as characters in popular anime series, including Seven Samurai, Full Metal Alchemist, and Dragon Ball Z. He is also the co-creator of the hit podcast The Eye in Big Trouble in Little Chinatown with Keith Brooks. He is a full-time talent with a sincere passion for helping others realize their potential in voice over. 

Charles McFallCharles McFall (ConMods)

Charles started podcasting in the very early days of its conception in 2004. Currently 'The Rock God of Podcasting' hosts multiple award-nominated shows including Rock God of Podcasting, Finding the Stories, Pokemon Go Podcast the #1 show about the game, and Almost Daily Discourse a "view" style discussion show where current headlines are a jumping-off point for a deeper discussion about the news and happenings in the world. He is the current director of the Digital Media Track at Dragon Con. Charles is a full-time professional moderator and podcaster with high energy, radioactively contagious passion for life, and eager to interview anybody to find their story.

 

 

Tony P. Henderson (ConMods)Tony Henderson

Tony is a moderator, podcaster, and digital media creator known for the Tony P. oddcast and the long-running Geek Vs podcast. BET highlighted Tony's moderating work on a segment highlighting black nerd culture. Tony has also had minor appearances in ER, Judging Amy, Wanda at Large, The District, local commercials, and the Oscar-Winning Million Dollar Baby. Before the launch of Avengers: Endgame, the world was curious who Tony P. Henderson was when his likeness appeared in the trailer and final cut of Avengers: Endgame. Tony is always looking for an opportunity to entertain and bring people together and he lives by the words of Eric B. & Rakim, "MC means Move the Crowd."

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