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Perlman heads group of sci-fi stars at Winnipeg's Comic Con

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'Sons of Anarchy' cast member Ron Perlman (right) with creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter before a screening of the fourth season premiere of the television series in 2011.

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'Sons of Anarchy' cast member Ron Perlman (right) with creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter before a screening of the fourth season premiere of the television series in 2011.

Ron Perlman, who starred in Hellboy and plays Clay Morrow in the FX drama Sons of Anarchy, will be the headline celebrity at the 2013 Central Canada Comic Con, Nov. 1-3 at the Winnipeg Convention Centre.

Perlman will sign autographs and do photo ops for $55 each, according to a C4 announcement released Tuesday afternoon.

Other confirmed guests at C4 include:

  • David Prowse, who played Darth Vader in the Star Wars franchise;
  • Avery Brooks, Robert Duncan McNeil and Walter Koenig from the Star Trek universe of films and TV shows;
  • Brendan Hunter (Hunter X Hunter);
  • Jason David Frank (Power Rangers);
  • James Marsters (Buffy the Vampire Slayer);
  • Tony Amendola (Stargate SG-1);
  • Lee Arenberg (Pirates of the Caribbean);
  • Aaron Ashmore (Prom Queen);
  • Bruce Boxleitner (Babylon 5); and
  • professional wrestler Bill Goldberg (WWE, WCW).

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