'Dexter' Cast Will Join Wizard World in Cleveland Next Spring

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Although fans will have to wait a little longer for next year’s Wizard World Cleveland event (March 17 to 19), fans of the Emmy nominated TV Series Dexter got some good news today. Wizard World organizers announced this morning that the cast of Showtime’s hit show will appear at next year’s conventions in Cleveland and St. Louis.

In a press release this morning, Wizard World organizers confirmed that Cleveland’s event will feature Michael C. Hall (Dexter Morgan), Jennifer Carpenter (Debra Morgan) and James Remar (Harry Morgan) and Jaime Murray (Lila Tournay), while Christian Camargo (Rudy Cooper) will appear in St. Louis in place of Jaime Murray.



In Cleveland, Hall, Carpenter and Murray will appear Saturday and Sunday, while Remar will attend Friday through Sunday. The group will meet fans, sign autographs, pose for solo and dual photo ops and participate in an interactive Q&A panel with fans. Additional fees apply for meet-and-greets, photos and autographs. VIP experiences with the cast are also available for a premium price. For more info, see Wizard World’s website.

Tickets for Wizard World in Cleveland and St. Louis are on sale now. Now in its third year, Wizard World has moved Cleveland’s event from late February to mid-March. 3 days passes for Cleveland’s event are $75; Friday, $35; Saturday, $45; Sunday, $40. FYI, Wizard World St. Louis takes place Apr. 7 to 9.



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