Samantha Newark is best known as the voice of Jem in the 1980’s tv show, “Jem and the Holograms”. She has also lent her voice to roles in TV, film, and video games such as “Transformers”, “Hook” and “Twisted Metal: Black”.
WWE Hall of Famer Tony Atlasis legend in the sports-entertainment world. A former bodybuilder, Tony took the world of wrestling by storm, making his mark as World Tag Team Champion and WWE Hall of Famer. “Mr. USA” is one of the most influential African-American Superstars in the history of sports-entertainment. His wrestling and sports career spans many decades, starting in 1974 in the National Wrestling Alliance and later in the 1980’s and 1990’s when he became a part of the WWE.
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Carey is best known as the voice of Frylock on the Adult Swim TV show “Aqua Teen Hunger Force”. He also worked on “The Brak Show” as Brak’s robotic neighbor, Thundercleese. His many talents include acting, voice overs, singing, and dancing. He is now working on a show for Nickelodeon called Welcome to the Wayne.
Mr. Amos has a career that spans several generations. He is best known for his role as James Evans Sr., the father on “Good Times”. Later he would go on to play one of the biggest roles of his life as the adult Kunte Kinte in the ground breaking epic miniseries, “Roots”. Other film credits include “The Beastmaster”, “Coming to America”, and “Die Hard 2: Die Harder”. Mr. Amos is currently touring the United States promoting his book, which was co-authored by Vermont’s own Dustin Warburton, “A World Without Color”. Mr. Amos takes children and adults on a tour of Bleakersville, a very boring town that is all gray! Pick up a copy of “A World Without Color”, our featured book at VTCC!
Daniel Pessina is best known for his work with Midway, having helped to create both Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat II. Daniel played the roles of Johnny Cage, Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Reptile, Smoke, and Noob Saibot. His credits also include “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze” as one of Shredder’s foot soldiers, a 2003 martial arts movie “Book of Swords”, and a videogame based comedy “Press Start” in 2007.