Kris Holden-Ried trained as an actor with Uta Hagen’s Master Class Scene Study and Janine Manatis of The Actor’s Studio before going on to amass an impressive résumé of work on the big and small screens. Playing the cool shape-shifting Fae and detective, "Dyson" on Showcase’s drama series, Lost Girl, Holden-Ried’s most memorable lead roles include "Giles" in A Touch of Pink and "Jack" in A Stone's Throw, and he supported in Gossip with Kate Hudson, K-19: The Widow Maker, and as Wayne Gretzky in Waking Up Wally: The Walter Gretzky Story. 


Most recently, Holden-Ried has appeared in two episodes of season six of the CW Arrow TV series and has a recurring role in the very popular Vikings television series.  Holden-Ried has also stared alongside Kate Beckinsale in the big-screen blockbuster, Underworld 4 and can be seen in the upcoming feature films: Three Days in Havana, Sex After Kids and The Returned.

Holden-Ried also features prominently on television as Sir William Compton on the historical drama, The Tudors, and recently in the major co-production by BBC, CBC and ABC of Ben Hur. Holden-Ried gained attention for playing bassist "Noel Redding" in Hendrix (Showtime’s biopic on Jimi Hendrix).

You can follow Holden-Ried on twitter @KrisHolden_Ried or check out his fan page at http://www.facebook.com/KrisHRied

Every night since 2014, Brampton Batman has been roaming the streets from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. without exception and regardless of the weather or time of the year. His suit, which is the latest in a series of several he has worn as his persona has evolved, is “temperature regulated” and equipped with lights on his hands and a pocket in one of his palms for his Bat phone.

He also has a Batmobile with the license plate DRKKNIGHT. It is parked in his driveway but he frequently uses it to travel, occasionally for events because of the demand to see him and his car. As an aside, he has a utilitarian vehicle for work and it also has the DRKKNIGHT license plate.

Earlier this year, Ryan Freeman and Lossless Creative did a short documentary, Being Batman, showing the transformation into Batman without revealing his face. It was only the latest indication of the popularity of Brampton Batman, who has Facebook and Twitter accounts.


OFFICIAL GUEST FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/BramptonBatman/


OFFICIAL GUEST TWITTER: www.Twitter.com/THE8DARK8KNIGHT


BEING BATMAN DOCUMENTARY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMPRIrqDoKU&t=2s


FEES:


PHOTO OP WITH BATMAN AND BATMOBILE: $10.00


***Prices subject to change***

FEES

AUTOGRAPH PRICE:  $40.00 PER ITEM           PHOTO OP PRICE: $40.00         SELFIE PRICE: $20.00

AUTOGRAPH AND SELFIE PKG: $50.00


*** Prices subject to change***

OFFICIAL GUEST FACEBOOK:https://www.facebook.com/bramptonironman


OFFICIAL GUEST WEBSITE:  http://www.comiccorps.ca

BRAMPTON BATMAN

Appearing Saturday and Sunday

IN CONJUNCTION WITH

PROUDLY PRESENTS

DISCLAIMER:

Guests subject to cancellation or schedule change, due to professional commitments. 

Although most guests are available for the duration of the event, due to limited availability some guests are only available for a portion of the event I.E. a single day.  Appearance day(s) will be posted on the website as soon as we know.

All events have limited capacities and are offered on a first come, first served basis, unless otherwise noted

COSPLAY FEATURED GUESTS

FEES


AUTOGRAPH PRICE:  $40.00 PER ITEM           PHOTO OP PRICE : $40.00         SELFIE PRICE: $20.00


AUTOGRAPH AND SELFIE PKG: $50.00


*** Prices subject to change***

KRIS HOLDEN-RIED

ARTIST FEATURED GUESTS

TERRY HUDDLESTON

Appearing Saturday and Sunday


PAUL AMOS

BRAMPTON IRON MAN

Paul is an actor from Wales, UK. After leaving LAMDA he went to work with several prestigious theatre companies including the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.


On arriving in Canada, Paul spent a couple of years with the Stratford Festival Of Canada. Since then he has developed an impressive resume of TV credits which include Combat Hospital, Warehouse 13, Degrassi goes to Hollywood, Mudpit, She’s the Mayor, Casualty (BBC) and two indie features Nexus and Long Gone Day.


Paul is best known for his recurring characters Dr. Roberts in the Murdoch Mysteries and Vex in the Showcase/Syfy hit Lost Girl. As of recent, Paul has seen increased recognition for his work in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate as Jacob Frye where he provided not only the voice for the character but full motion capture as well. Paul just completed work on the movie Darken and the short film in his native Welsh language ‘Titch’.

CELEBRTY FEATURED GUESTS