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Oklahoma Comic Con, Hosts Doctor Who: The Movie’s 20th Anniversary


geekback3The Largest Comic Con in Oklahoma, Hosts Doctor Who: The Movie’s 20th Anniversary

Geekinomicon is a pop culture convention taking place in Oklahoma City at the Cox Convention Centre – (Marketwired – July 26, 2016)

They are hosting the official 20th anniversary event for “Doctor Who: The Movie”. This will mark the first time that the directors, writers, and cast have come back together since the movie came out in 1996; including:

Home_Page_Banner_Paul_McGannPaul McGann –  played the Eighth Doctor in the Doctor Who: The Movie.

Paul was born on November 14, 1959 in Kensington, Liverpool, England. He is an actor and director, known for Alien 3 (1992), Withnail & I (1987) and Queen of the Damned (2002). He has been married to Annie Milner since 1992. They have two children.

He is the younger brother of Joe McGann and the elder brother of Mark McGann and Stephen McGann. He became the Official 8th Doctor Who in 1996, which he still continues to play today in Audio Adventures.

The VIP Paul McGann Experience

Special scheduled access to the Green Room to enjoy a meet and greet with Paul McGann
A VIP professional Photo-op in the Green Room with Paul McGann
A 8×10 print of your photo-op with Paul McGann
An autograph from Paul McGann
VIP Early Entry.
This is a VIP add on to your admission ticket.


Sylvester McCoy – returned to his role as the 7th Doctor in the Doctor Who Movie.

Sylvester McCoy (born Percy James Patrick Kent-Smith: 20 August 1943) is a Scottish actor, best known for playing the seventh incarnation of the Doctor in the long-running science fiction television series Doctor Who from 1987 to 1989 – the final Doctor of the original run – and briefly returning in a television film in 1996 and for his role as the wizard Radagast the Brown in Peter Jackson’s film adaptations of The Hobbit.

McCoy became the Seventh Doctor after taking over the lead role in Doctor Who in 1987 from Colin Baker. He remained on the series until it ended in 1989, ending with Survival. As Baker declined the invitation to film the regeneration scene, McCoy briefly wore a wig and appeared, face-down, as the 6th Doctor. He played the Doctor in the 1993 charity special Dimensions in Time, and again in 1996, appearing in the beginning of the Doctor Who television movie starring Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor.

In his first series, McCoy, a comedy actor, portrayed the character with a degree of clown-like humour, but script editor Andrew Cartmel soon changed that when fans argued that the character (and plots) were becoming increasingly lightweight. The Seventh Doctor developed into a much darker figure than any of his earlier incarnations, manipulating people like chess pieces and always seeming to be playing a deeper game. A distinguishing feature of McCoy’s performances was his manner of speech. He used his natural slight Scottish accent and rolled his rs. At the start of his tenure he used proverbs and sayings adapted to his own ends (e.g. “There’s many a slap twixt cup and lap” – Delta and the Bannermen), although this characteristic was phased out during the later, darker series of his tenure. In 1990, readers of Doctor Who Magazine voted McCoy’s Doctor “Best Doctor”, over perennial favourite Tom Baker.

In November 2013 McCoy co-starred in the one-off 50th anniversary comedy homage The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot.

The VIP Sylvester McCoy Experience

Special scheduled access to the Green Room to enjoy a meet and greet with Sylvester McCoy
A VIP professional Photo-op in the Green Room with Sylvester McCoy
A 8×10 print of your photo-op with Sylvester McCoy
An autograph from Sylvester McCoy
VIP Early Entry.
This is a VIP add on to your admission ticket.

Eric Roberts –  played as the Master in Doctor Who: The Movie.

One of Hollywood’s edgier, more intriguing characters running around and about for decades, Eric Anthony Roberts started life in Biloxi, Mississippi. He is the son of Betty Lou (Bredemus) and Walter Grady Roberts, one-time actors and playwrights. His siblings are actors Lisa Roberts Gillian and Julia Roberts, and he grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. He began his acting career at age 5 in a local theater company called the “Actors and Writers Workshop”, founded by his late father. After his schooling at Grady High, he studied drama at age 17 in London for two years at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, then returned to the States and continued his studies at the American Academy in New York. He made his NY stage debut in “Rebel Women” in 1976 at age 20 and appeared in regional productions, once playing the newspaper boy in a production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” starring Shirley Knight and Glenn Close.


Eric Roberts plays as Maroni, one of Gotham City’s biggest crime bosses, in The Dark Knight.

After appearing in such daytime soaps as Another World (1964) and How to Survive a Marriage (1974), his career began to shift fast forward when he copped a leading role in a major film. In King of the Gypsies (1978), based on Peter Maas’ best-seller about a fracturing dynasty of New York City gypsies, he made his debut alongside an intimidating roster of stars including Judd Hirsch, Susan Sarandon, Shelley Winters and Sterling Hayden. Young Eric held his own expertly (winning a Golden Globe nomination) while his burning intensity and brooding charm marked sure signs of star potential. After this, he won the lead opposite Milo O’Shea in the 1980 stage production of “Mass Appeal”. He suffered serious injuries in a car accident during his nascent film career but lost no fans by the time he returned to co-star with Sissy Spacek as a small-town stranger in Raggedy Man (1981).


It was, however, his stark and frightening portrayal of two-bit hustler Paul Snider, the cast-off boyfriend who slays Playmate-turned-movie starlet Dorothy Stratten (played by Mariel Hemingway) in Star 80 (1983) that really put him on the movie map and earned him a second Golden Globe nomination. A wide range of fascinating, whacked-out roles were immediately offered to him on a silver plate. He played another dangerous streetwise hustler type in The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984) opposite fellow rebel Mickey Rourke; a cocky soda pop sales exec in the Australian comedy The Coca-Cola Kid (1985); appeared with more charm and restraint opposite Rosanna Arquette in the offbeat romantic comedy Nobody’s Fool (1986) and topped his prolific period off with an Academy Award nomination as a young prison escapee hiding out with Jon Voight aboard an out-of-control train in the ultra-violent, character-driven action adventure Runaway Train (1985). Good things continued to happen when he was a replacement lead in the original run of “Burn This” and won a Theatre World Award for his 1988 Broadway debut.


Eric Roberts plays James Munroe in The Expendables.

A risky, no-holds-barred actor, he was often guilty of overacting if given half the chance. His film career began to slide in the late 1980s, appearing in more quantity than quality pictures. A series of missteps led to unheralded appearances in such bombs as the karate-themed Best of the Best (1989); the NY urban thriller The Ambulance (1990); the action western Blood Red (1989), which took three years to release and is the only film Eric and his sister Julia Roberts appeared in together; and Rude Awakening (1989) when he filled in as a burned-out hippie opposite a Chong-less Cheech Marin. More under appreciated “B” filming came with the 1990s (Freefall (1994), Sensation (1994), The Nature of the Beast (1995), etc.), while also chewing the scenery with a number of mobster types in TV-movies, including one as “Al Capone”. He soon began appearing as flashy secondary villains and creepies that showcased other stars instead, such as Final Analysis (1992) starring Richard Gere, Heaven’s Prisoners (1996) top lining Alec Baldwin, and The Dark Knight (2008), part of the “Batman” series with Christian Bale and the late Heath Ledger.



Eric’s undeniable, unconventional talent would occasionally mesh with the perfect role. At the Sundance Film Festival in 1996, he received critical applause for his starring role as a man dying of AIDS in the uplifting and emotional film It’s My Party (1996) and earned more honors as a writer marked for murder in the mob-themed story La Cucaracha (1998). He was also perfectly cast as one of the cold-blooded killers in the Emmy-nominated TV adaptation of Truman Capote’s chiller In Cold Blood (1996). Eric continued to appear sporadically on TV in such dramatic series as Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001), while sometimes showing a fun side as well in comedy (The King of Queens (1998)). His own series work included Less Than Perfect (2002) and, more recently, and in the cult program Heroes (2006) where promise for a longer participation ended with his character’s death.

Recovered from a long-standing cocaine problem, Eric wed, for the first time, actress/writer Eliza Roberts (nee Garrett). They have appeared in such films as Killer Weekend (2004) and Final Approach (2005). His daughter from a former relationship, Emma Roberts, is a newly popular and fast-rising “tween” actress from the series Unfabulous (2004) and has played youthful super-sleuth Nancy Drew (2007) on film. Eric’s unpredictable, volatile nature which works so mesmerizing on screen has also led to troubling times off camera; his relationship with younger sis Julia Roberts has been seriously strained for quite some time.

The VIP Eric Roberts Experience

Special scheduled access to the Green Room to enjoy a meet and greet with Eric Roberts
A VIP professional Photo-op in the Green Room with Eric Roberts
A 8×10 print of your photo-op with Eric Roberts
An autograph from Eric Roberts
VIP Early Entry.
This is a VIP add on to your admission ticket.

Daphne Ashbrook –  played Dr. Grace Holloway, one of the Eighth Doctor’s Companions in Doctor Who: The Movie.

Daphne Ashbrook is an actress and writer, known for Doctor Who (1996),Intruders (1992) and Automatic (1995). Daphne also played the role of Melora in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. She also played Annie Pendry in the TV Series J*A*G.

She was born on January 30, 1963 in Long Beach, California, USA as Daphne Lee Ashbrook.

The VIP Daphne Ashbrook Experience

Special scheduled access to the Green Room to enjoy a meet and greet with Daphne Ashbrook
A VIP professional Photo-op in the Green Room with Daphne Ashbrook
A 8×10 print of your photo-op with Daphne Ashbrook
An autograph from Daphne Ashbrook
VIP Early Entry.
This is a VIP add on to your admission ticket.

Yee Jee Tso – is best known for his role as Cheng Lee in Doctor Who: The Movie.

Yee Jee Tso was born on March 10, 1975 in Hong Kong, China. He is known for his work on 50/50 (2011), Antitrust (2001) and Doctor Who (1996). He was born in Hong Kong but his family emigrated with him to Canada when he was only six months old.

The VIP Yee Jee Tso Experience

Special scheduled access to the Green Room to enjoy a meet and greet with Yee Jee Tso
A VIP professional Photo-op in the Green Room with Yee Jee Tso
A 8×10 print of your photo-op with Yee Jee Tso
An autograph from Yee Jee Tso
VIP Early Entry.
This is a VIP add on to your admission ticket.


The movie will be screened with live commentary from the cast and Geekinomicon will also be displaying the screen used Tardis console.



Geekinomicon will also have panels, celebrities, artists, authors, exhibitors, and activities related to dozens of other “fandoms”.

For more info visit: for more details and/or contact our Media Relations Manager, Tyler Rigney, at or 918-497-8692.

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