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2017 GUEST APPEARANCES

All guests listed are confirmed as attending the UK CONCLAVE however this is subject to deadlines and work commitments.

AUTOGRAPH PRICES

Michael Beck - £30
Dorsey Wright,  Brian Tyler, David Harris, Deborah Van Valkenburgh, Terry Michos, Thomas Waites and Konrad Sheehan - £25
DORSEY WRIGHT - CLEON

Dorsey Wright (born April 21, 1957) is an American actor, best known for his role as Cleon in the 1979 film The Warriors.

Wright was born in The Bronx, New York City on April 21, 1957 and earned his first acting role in 1979, in The Warriors, for which he is best remembered. He co-starred in the film version of Hair that same year. In 1981, he appeared as a gang member in the film Ragtime and played Junior Jones in the 1984 film adaptation of John Irving's novel The Hotel New Hampshire. It was his last film role.


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MICHAEL BECK - SWAN

Michael Beck was born in Memphis, Tennessee and raised on a cotton and soybean farm in the Mississippi River delta land of northeastern Arkansas. He attended Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi on a football scholarship, where in his junior year, he accepted a dare to try out for a production of Romeo and Juliet. Winning the role of Tybalt set Michael on the path of a stage, film and television career that has spanned over forty years.

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BRIAN TYLER - SNOW

Brian made his professional acting debut in The Warriors.

Prior to The Warriors, he performed on stage as a member of American Community Theatre, which is part of the Theatre for the Forgotten.

After filming The Warriors, Brian attended The City College of NY, and John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Brian reappeared on screen in 2013 in Vamp Bikers.

Brian has spent his career in law enforcement, and enjoys making appearances at Warriors reunions and signings. Brian is also a lifelong fitness enthusiast in martial arts, aquatics, and sailing. Brian lives in New York with his lovely wife Cheryl.


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THOMAS WAITES - FOX

Thomas Waites was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

When Thomas was 21 years old, he was offered two movies simultaneously: Snowbound, directed by Robert Young, and Pity the Poor Soldier (the title has subsequently changed), directed by Bill Jersey. Despite the fact that he was offered twice the money for Snowbound, Waites chose Pity the Poor Soldier because it was in celebration of the centennial of the American Revolutionary War. Next Tom originated the roll of Oliver Treefe in Simon Gray's world premiere of Molly, at the First Annual Spoleto Festival in Charleston, SC. After this highly acclaimed performance he returned to NYC to be cast as the lead in the Joan Micklin Silver produced, On the Yard (1978) co-starring John Heard.

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TERRY MICHOS - VERMIN

In his earlier years Terence enjoyed a successful Broadway, film and television acting career which included lead roles in “Grease” on Broadway, Paramount Picture’s “The Warriors”, a CBS Movie of the Week, The Great Skycopter Rescue, the Universal Pictures / CBS miniseries “The Contender”, various guest staring roles in television series such as McClain's Law, Simon and Simon and Romeo and Juliet for Public Television.

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DAVID HARRIS - COCHISE

David Harris was born in New York City. After High School, Mr. Harris went on to graduate from The American Academy Of Dramatic Arts. Where he subsequently appeared in many Broadway and Off-Broadway shows.

From there Mr. Harris has appeared in several movies including the classic cult film The Warriors, A Soldier's Story, Quicksilver, Brubaker, Fire with Fire, Fatal Beauty, Purple Hearts.

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FROM DEBORAH VAN VALKENBURGH - CANCELLED

"To all our Warrior fans attending the UK Conclave - Most regretfully, I will not be able to join you & the guys for the festivities next weekend.

I've been trying to rearrange a tangle of obligations here at home, but unfortunately I have found no viable solutions that would allow me time away. Please be assured I was very much looking forward to meeting everyone, and I offer my sincere apologies for any inconvenience my absence may cause.

I'm truly disappointed to miss out on the merriment, and I send my hearty appreciation to Vic for all his dedicated work in creating this special event.

With My Gratitude Always, Deborah"


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We are really sorry to lose Deborah, but totally understand that her commitments to her personal and working life will always have precedence over any convention or events around the world.

For those who have purchased photo opportunities with Deborah – we can either transfer your purchase to any other member of the guest line up or will refund the money.


KONRAD SHEEHAN (THE PUNKS)

Konrad literally fell into the motion-picture industry in 1978, as a stuntman by performing a stair-fall for Rose Gregorio in “Eye’s of Laura Mars” starring Faye Dunaway. When Konrad met Walter Hill for the part as a gang member in the “Punks" for "The Warriors," Walter asked him if he could skate. Of course, he said “YES!!!;” even though he couldn’t. Nevertheless, Konrad acquired a pair of skates, and spent the whole summer of ‘78 in Central Park at the band shell near 72nd street practicing. During that time, skating on the streets was not popular. One night while doing a non-stop 25 mile skate from Mt. Vernon, N.Y. to White Plains, N.Y. and back, a cop car pulled along side of him and asked him to pull over, and he said: “I can’t.” At that time, he had the mind-set that once he began skating, he didn’t want to stop. The cop asked him three times to pull over. After the third time, Konrad told him “I can’t; because, I’m skating for a record.” The cop drove away and let him go. However, if the cop asked him what the record was, Konrad would have told him that… “I’m skating to my friends house for a Led Zeppelin album.” This is a true story.

About a week later, after his scenes in “The Warriors” wrapped, Konrad remembers working in Coney Island (about a mile away from “The Warriors” set) doing stunts for Lee Strasberg in “Boardwalk.” He was asked by Marcelino Sanchez (Rembrandt) to stop by the set; but, he chose not to; because, he didn’t want Walter to see him dressed as an 80 year old man. In retrospect, Konrad wished he had stopped by the set. These are just a couple of memories from the set.

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