Deimos Promotions: Celebrity Convention Booking Agency
We are in the entertainment business and our clients love being out there at conventions to meet their fans and make your events a success!
You provide the venue, we provide the draw!
Vernon Wells has been an iconic image in films for over the last 40 years. He is best known for playing notorious villains in Mad Max: The Road Warrior and in Commando. But, Vernon knows he's cool enough to be able to spoof his wild maniac Wez, in the John Hughes comedy hit Weird Science and get away with it. He's also cool enough to take a moment off in between scenes to joke around with with his co-star Arnold Schwarzenegger in Commando.
Just how cool is Ricky Dean Logan?
Cool enough to be rated Freddy's favorite Kill in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare...
Cool enough to ride a hoverboard in Back to the Future II and III... and Cool enough to sit in The Supernatural Car at a Horror Con!
But did you know he likes to sing and often will take the stage at after parties at conventions to help entertain the crowd... now that's pretty cool!
Michael Koske, who has been a featured walker on The Walking Dead and played a Ravenger in Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2, amoung other exciting roles, always has a great story to tell...
"I remember after we did one take on Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2, Michael Rooker and I had just completed a scene. Rooker, who always thought he was doing a great job turned and asked Director James Gunn, how the take went? Gunn's reply was direct and to the point, "It would have been better if Gary Busey would have done it!"
So what about Big Bob Elmore's Cool Factor?
Cool enough to play Leatherface in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre: 2...
Cool enough to be John Candy's Stunt Double in the John Hughes classic Uncle Buck...
(but did you know he did stunts in five more of John Candy's Movies?)
Cool enough to have completed stunts in other classic horror films including: The Monster Squad, Dr. Giggles and Nothing But Trouble...
And finally... Big Bob Elmore is so cool that he got to attempt to hang Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End!
Lynn Lowry took the Drive-In Theater world by storm with her slender body and naturally attractive good looks in the early 1970s with such classic films as I Drink Your Blood, George A. Romero's The Crazies, David Cronenberg's Shivers and the remake of Cat People in 1983. But did you know she worked with King of the Toxic Schlock films and founder of Troma independent film company, Lloyd Kaufman, in her first movie role in The Battle of Love's Return?