WhedonCon Alumni

Andrew Ferchland is known to Buffy fans as "The Anointed/Annoying One" from seasons 1 and 2.

Art Director for Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, Alethea now is a director and producer.

A motivator, storyteller, and unifier; like a mix between Oprah, Tony Robbins, and the Old Spice Guy. Host of The Rundown web series for 20th Century Fox, Ask Your Black Geek Friend for Geek and Sundry, Rise UP with B. Dave Walters on Party 93.4 FM out of Hudson Valley, New York, and nationally syndicated columnist on the topics of spirituality and relationships for the Examiner.com. 

Briana Aeby coordinates visual effects for MARVEL'S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.

Actor, Prosthetics-wearer, and Motion Capture Artist // Camden Toy appeared as a lead Gentlemen along with Doug Jones in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 4 episode HUSH, as the Gnarl Demon and UberVamp villains in Season 7, as well as the Prince of Lies in Season 5 of Angel.

Chris scored Buffy seasons 2 thru 6, Angel season 1, and received the Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for his score to the Buffy episode, “Becoming, Part 1.”  In 2000, the cheerleading comedy Bring It On launched Beck’s film career. More recently, Chris scored both of Marvel’s Ant-Man films, and Avengers: Endgame.

Known as a true “working actor”, Christopher has guest starred on many popular television shows including Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 6. Christopher's musical talents as one half of the pop/rock ukulele duo, Uke Box Heroes. The other half being his wife, actress Miracle Laurie.

Christos is the brilliant mind behind Dark Horse Comic’s Angel & Faith Season 9 and Buffy Seasons 10 and 11, having blazed a trail in the comic book industry for over a decade.  Marvel fans know him as writer for Season 1 of Netflix’s Daredevil, collaborating with wife Ruth Fletcher Gage to write “Speak of the Devil,” the chapter of the hero’s saga IGN called “the quintessential Daredevil episode.”

Actor, Storyteller, Voice Actor, Prosthetics wearer, Motion Capture, Stuntman and Bringer of the Silly on Firefly, Angel, Dollhouse, the Avengers and Thor: The Dark World. Outside of the Whedonverse (is there such a thing?) Damion was in HBO's True Blood and the first rebooted Star Trek film.

David is an Emmy, WGA and Saturn awards winning writer/director/producer best known to those of us reading this for Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel. As an actor, he got the mustard out of his dry cleaning in the Buffy musical “Once More with Feeling“, had a muppet’s hand up in him the Angel episode “Smile Time”, was the singing anchorman in “Dr Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog”, and partied during “Much Ado About Nothing”.

Doug Jones appeared as a lead Gentlemen along with Camden Toy in the critically acclaimed silent episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, entitled Hush.

American Filmmaker and CEO of entertainment production company, Cowboy Errant.

Actor, Musician, Producer // Gigi stole the hearts of sci-fi enthusiasts as the mischievous Chiana on "Farscape", becoming one of the most popular and at times controversial characters in the series.

Electronic composer and multi-instrumentalist, he appeared on Buffy The Vampire Slayer performing several of his songs as the fictional band Shy (episodes 'Beer Bad' and 'Wild At Heart'), providing the string quartet in the episode 'Hell's Bells' and appeared in Season 1 of Angel. Collaboration album with Anthony Stewart Head titled 'Music For Elevators'.

Known by Whedon fans for his amazing artwork on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Serenity/Firefly comic series for Dark Horse Comics, Georges is an Eisner Award winning, NY Times Bestselling artist. Hand picked by Joss to breath life into the Firefly series he smartly signed on!

Harry Groener breathed life into the delightfully devilish Mayor from Buffy's third season through Graduation Day. Harry also serves (with fellow Whedon alum, Armin Shimerman) on the Board of Directors of the Antaeus Theatre Ensemble.

Iyari played Kennedy, one of the lead Potential Slayers and Willow's love interest in the final 13 episodes of Buffy Season 7.

James Leary is known as the demon Clem on Buffy.  James turned the original five-line part at the beginning of season six into a regular recurring role in both seasons 6 and 7.

Known as Sunnydale's Deputy Mayor Allan Finch, Jack has built a career as an award-winning actor, director and performance coach.

Actor and musician James portrayed vampire and villain-turned-hero Spike on both Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel.

Jeff choreographed all of the action for Buffy the Vampire Slayer seasons 1 through 4.  He is responsible for increasing the fight action on the series as well as turning Angel into a character capable of fighting equally alongside Buffy.  He is well known around the world for his martial arts films as well as directing and stunt coordinating The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers television series and feature. 

Fans will recognized Joe from his guest role on Buffy.

A writer, producer and consultant in the film, television & video game industry, Jonathan is also the best selling author of the indie pulp novel "The Geek".

Jonathan Woodward is a trifecta of the Whedonverse. He appeared as Holden Webster in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Conversations with Dead People", as Knox in the fifth season of the series Angel, and as Tracey in the Firefly episode "The Message".

Joshua Charson is lead editor on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Working in editorial for the last 20 years, with credits that include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Fringe, and V.

Julia cut her teeth/landed her first career role on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”. First named Sister Sunshine/Chantarelle, Lily, and then Anne (all the same character), Julia continued to recur on Buffy and its spin-off, “Angel” over a period of 8 years, making her last appearance in the series finale of “Angel” in May 2004.

Know to fans as Darla on both Buffy and Angel, the vampire who sired Angel and gave birth to Connor.

Juliet is an actress, director, producer and writer.Know to fans as Drusilla on BUFFY & ANGEL.

Keith Szarabajka played the vampire with a soul’s most destructive (and patient) adversary, vengeful vampire-hunter Daniel Holtz.

Known for his artwork on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer/OZ Miniseries, Overwatch and World of Warcraft: Legion series for Dark Horse Comics.

Mark is a television and motion picture writer/producer on such series as The Librarians, and Castle, and co-author of "Slayers & Vampires: The Complete, Uncensored Oral History of Buffy The Vampire Slayer & Angel"

Mark Kolpack is VFX Supervisor for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. from pilot through season 3, created Dark Willow for Buffy, and many other genre series.

Mark Lutz was the titular vampire’s romantic rival, the inter-dimensional warrior The Groosalugg on the series "Angel". 

Marc Zicree is a writer, director and producer.  Author of The Twilight Zone Companion, a detailed history of Rod Serling’s TV series, considered to be the start of compilation guides.

Filmmaker, Emmy nominated producer, and internationally award-winning author.

Merl the demon snitch on Angel.

You'll recognize Matt as the love-lorne (get it?) Gene Rainey in the Angel episode Happy Anniversary. 

Fans know her as Harmony Kendall, one of Cordelia's Sunnydale High gang on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel.

Miracle Laurie is best known for her role as Mellie/November on Joss Whedon’s DOLLHOUSE. When not acting or producing, she is one half the duo UKE BOX HEROES with her husband, actor Christopher May.

“PJ” Haarsma Executive Producer of the hit web sensation “Con Man” (starring “Firefly” alum Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion). and science fiction author of "Softwire" series.

LaMorte Scott is best known in the Whedonverse for her time on Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Giles’ ill-fated love interest, the quick-witted Jenny Calendar. Fans of the cult favorite show had their hearts forever shattered when the computer teacher-cum-Techno Pagan-cum-Romani spy was brutally slain by Angelus in Season Two, never completing her quest to restore his lost soul.

Rudolf Martin appeared as Dracula in the fifth-season premiere of Buffy.

RYAN MOOS // 2016, 2018

Ryan Moos is VFX Editor for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and was 3D editor for the first Avengers film.

Sabrina Arnold is VFX Producer for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Actor and Theater Director // On the TV series Angel played Holland Manners, junior partner in the evil law firm Wolfram & Hart that has existed across the dimensions in one shape or another since The Old Ones.