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Marina Sirtis, John de Lancie, Tim Russ, Robert Picardo & More to Appear at ‘Star Trek Day’ in City of Industry on June 11

If you’re in the southern California area next Saturday (June 11th), I highly suggest you check out Frank & Son Collectible Show’s 2nd annual ‘Star Trek Day’ in the City of Industry which has a bevy of Star Trek and sci-fi celebrities scheduled for autographs and photos. Along with the guests, Cryptic Studios will also be on-hand with gaming stations set up and will be giving away free trials of Star Trek Online.

In addition, the Cinema Makeup School of Los Angeles will be on hand doing Star Trek and sci-fi makeup effects for fans in attendance and .

Parking and admission are free.

The scheduled guest list includes:

Marina Sirtis
Counselor Deanna Troi – Star Trek: The Next Generation

Tucker Smallwood
Xindi-Primate Councilor – Star Trek: Enterprise & Voyager’s Admiral Bullok

Tim Russ
Lieutenant Tuvok – Star Trek: Voyager / Star Trek: Generations

Kevin Sorbo
Captain Dylan Hunt – Andromeda & Hercules: The Legendary Journeys

Anthony Vitale
Shipyard Welder – Star Trek Movie (2009) teaser

John De Lancie
Q – Star Trek: The Next Generation/ Deep Space Nine/ Voyager

Catherine Hicks
Dr. Gillian Taylor – Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Robert Picardo
The Doctor – Star Trek: Voyager, Stargate: Atlantis/ SGU, Smallville

Carolyne Barry
Metron – Star Trek: TOS/ The Next Generation

Richard Herd
Admiral Paris – Star Trek: Voyager, Seinfeld, V: The Final Battle

Larry Hankin
Gaunt Gary – Star Trek: Voyager, Seinfeld

Chase Masterson
Leeta – Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Carel Struycken
Mr. Homn – Star Trek: The Next Generation, Men in Black, The Addams Family

Manu Intiraymi
Icheb – Star Trek: Voyager

Kate Vernon
Commander Valerie Archer Species 8472 – Star Trek: Voyager & Battlestar Galactica, Ellen Tigh

The Frank & Son Collectible Show is located at 9649 San Jose Ave, City of Industry, CA 91748

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About Frank & Son Collectible Show
For over 20 years Frank & Son’s has been the premier weekly collectible show in the U.S. featuring over 200 of the finest collectible dealers under one roof spanning over 60,000 square feet. From comic books, anime, gaming and toy collectibles to sports, celebrity and movie memorabilia – if you can’t find it anywhere else it will be here. Centrally located to Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and Ventura Counties off the 60 freeway in the City of Industry, CA – Frank & Son’s is sure to have something for everyone. Admission and parking are always free.

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Founded in 2011. UX, visual designer, and published photographer based in the Boston area. Connoisseur of Star Trek, sci-fi, '80s horror, synthwave sounds, and tacos. You can follow Brian on Twitter @brianwilkins.



  1. T'Lars

    June 3, 2011 at 4:20 pm

    This looks pretty awesome. I wish I was in the area… Wah!

  2. Caleb Meyer

    June 3, 2011 at 4:21 pm

    Marina is beautiful. If you go, post some photos pleeeeease! 🙂

  3. The Gorn King

    June 3, 2011 at 7:04 pm

    I’m going!

  4. Willie

    June 3, 2011 at 7:39 pm

    I’d suggest arriving EARLY if you plan to go; the show opens at 9am but parking goes quickly, especially for major events like this.

    … I wonder if I could convince my fiancee to camp out in front of a warehouse over night for Star Trek… hmmmmm…

  5. Hansen

    June 7, 2011 at 6:29 am

    This really is quite the lineup! Better than most cons.

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