APPEARING: Saturday & Sunday
Autographed 8×10: $30
Autograph on specialty item (action figures, Funko Pops, Masks, props): $40
Table Selfie: $20
Table Selfie bought with autograph: $10
Voice recording: $30
Dameon J. Clarke is a Canadian-American actor and voice actor. His TV credits include Graceland, How to Get Away with Murder, 24, Castle, Supernatural and Prison Break, and his film work includes How to Be a Serial Killer and I Love You Phillip Morris. He has worked with numerous Academy Award winning actors and directors in many films and TV shows. Clarke began acting at the age of 11 in Canada. His first role was a made for TV movie called “Secrets of a Married Man” as William Shatner’s son. After several years in front of the camera Clarke took a sabbatical from acting to finish school and would later return to his roots at the age of 25 and has been acting ever since.
While living in Dallas, Texas in the early 2000s, Dameon worked alongside Keanu Reeves, Robert Downey Jr. and director Richard Linklater in a leading role in the film “A Scanner Darkly” which would later help launch his film and TV career. He also voiced major characters on anime shows, such as “Yu Yu Hakusho”, “Fullmetal Alchemist”, and the very popular “Dragon Ball Z”, voicing the iconic character Cell. Clarke later moved to Los Angeles, CA around 2005 and started working in TV and Film in Recurring and Guest Starring roles. (He is one of the few actors to have Guest Starred on the entire CSI franchise and two of the NCIS franchise [NCIS LA and NCIS]). In 2008 Clarke starred in the film “How to be a Serial Killer” and won several best actor awards (including NY Horror Film Festival and LA Shriekfest Film Festival) for his portrayal of Mike Wilson. He guest starred in the first 2 seasons of “Graceland” as “A.D.I.C. Clarke” the Assistant Director in Charge of the F.B.I. on the USA Network.
Dameon has voiced over 200 characters, including “Handsome Jack” in the acclaimed video game series Borderlands 2, “Borderlands, The Presequel!”and “Tales from the Borderlands”. After the release of Borderlands 2, the “Handsome Jack” character was so popular, that despite having killed him off, Gearbox Software developed “Borderlands, The Presequel!” to develop the character’s back story and allow the player to play as the villainous character for the first time. Telltale Games” also brought the character back from the dead in “Tales From the Borderlands”.
Clarke also won several awards for his portrayal as “Handsome Jack” including the notable Spike TV “VGA” (Video Game Award) for “Best Performance by a Human Male”.