The guests currently attending this event are: James Kyson Lee "Ando Masahashi", Dania Ramirez "Maya Herrera", Alan Blumenfeld "Maury Parkman", Stephen Tobolowsky "Bob Bishop" & Adair Tishlet "Molly Walker".
All guests appear subject to work commitments.
James Kyson Lee
'Ando Masahashi', played by James Kyson Lee is one of the few main cast characters who does not have a power. Originally from Japan, he set off to New York with his friend Hiro, despite being sceptical of his powers and his need to "save the world". But, before long Ando became an integral part in Hiro's journey.|
Outside of 'Heroes', James Kyson Lee has also worked on several films including 'Know Your Enemy', 'Shutter' and TV movie 'The Poseidon Adventure', with several upcoming films in the works including sci-fi thriller 'The Roel' alongside actors Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. Kyson Lee has also done guest appearances on "Alias", "JAG" and "Las Vegas".
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Joining the cast in season two, Dania Ramirez took on the role of 'Maya Herrera' - a young woman frightened by the 'curse' of her power that slowly kills those around her during moments of anger, fear or pain. We meet Maya alongside her brother Alejandro as fugitives on the run, who are on their journey to meet Dr. Suresh to cure her, but before they manage to cross the border Maya befriends a power-less Sylar.|
Dania Ramirez has appeared in other hit television series too, including appearing in the final season of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" as one of the potential slayers 'Caridad' - a Philippino slayer that Xander is attracted to. She also appeared in five episodes of the hugely popular "Sopranos" as 'Blanca Selgado'. Her film credits include "X-Men the Last Stand", "25th Hour" and "Quarantine".
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Stephen Tobolowsky joined the cast of Heroes during its second season, playing the character "Bob Bishop" who was running the company after the demise of Thompson. Bob lured Mohinder into the company to work on the cure to the virus threat, but his intentions were always dubious. Bob kept his daughter 'Elle' on staff and used her on several missions but constantly made her feel inadequate as a daughter.|
Tobolowsky has an immense filmography from his movie credits including "Groundhog Day", "Garfield", "Failure to Launch", and "Wild Hogs" to his multitude of recurring roles on series such as "Deadwood" in which he did 9 episodes as 'Hugo Jarry', "CSI: Miami" for 5 episodes. Guest appearances also include television shows such as "Boston Legal", "Studio 60", "Desperate Housewives", "Will & Grace", "The West Wing", "Roswell" and many more!
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Adair Tishler first appeared in the second episode of season one, as the frightened girl that Parkman found and protected at a murder investigation scene. Molly turned out to have the unique ability to find anyone in the world, a major asset to the company - but she was diagnosed with the Shanti virus, when Mohinder joined forces with the company to save her. Both Mohinder & Parkman became her guardians throughout the second season.|
Outside of Heroes, Adair Tishler has done guest appearances on "Charmed", "House", and "E-Ring", while her film credits include "Ten Inch Hero" and a starring role in "Six and the City". Adair's upcoming movie project is "Jack and the Beanstalk" also featuring Chevy Chase, Christopher Lloyd and Katey Sagal.
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One of the shows scariest villians, Alan Blumenfeld portrays the character of 'Maury Parkman'. Maury is Matt Parkman's father who abandonned him when he was 13. A founder member of The Company, Maury is a telepath and besides being able to read minds, he is also able to trap people in nightmarish visions that draw off the victim's own thoughts and memories. He can project visions at a more subtle level as well, to the point of convincing a target they are having a conversation with a mental image of an individual.|
Alan has also appeared on several other TV series including a recurring role on "Gilmore Girls" as Stars Hollow's Rabbi, and guest appearances on "Roseanne", "Cheers", and more recently "CSI", "Stargate: Atlantis", and "Greys Anatomy". His film credits include the 2008 Pacino & DeNiro flick "Righteous Kill", "Pathology" alongside Milo Ventimiglia, and "In Her Shoes".
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