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SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS FOR MAY 17, 2014
"The X-Files," "The Lone Gunmen"
Dean is known the world over as “Langly”, one of The Lone Gunmen, a role he played for nine seasons on the hit Fox TV series The X-Files and its spin-off series, The Lone Gunmen. Dean’s recent television appearances include a guest-starring role on Bones and as the host of seven-hour Ghost Adventures – Live for the Travel Channel. His additional television credits include V.I.P., Sliders, Home Improvement, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids and The Commish. His feature credits include The X-Files: Fight the Future, Face of Terror (with Rick Schroeder) and Spectres (for director Phil Leirness), as well as the forthcoming sci-fi adventure Atlantis Down and the forthcoming ensemble gambling drama Rough Hustle. A long-time improvisational comedian, Dean got his start in the renowned Vancouver Theatre Sports League, has performed with the Groundlings and Second City, has headlined numerous comedy clubs throughout North America and is a regular performer at the Improv in Los Angeles. For the past few years, Dean has toured the world with his one-man improv “X-Files” show, playing to sold out houses and rave reviews, as well as appearing at countless science-fiction, paranormal and conspiracy-based conventions and events each year. As a writer, he has penned Never a Dull Moment for Canadian television and the Dark Horse comic book The Lone Gunmen. Along with Phil Leirness, Dean co-hosts a weekly podcast.
Silver Screen Saucers
Robbie Graham is an independent scholar whose work at silverscreensaucers.com emphasises the industrial, cultural and political processes by which Hollywood’s UFO movie content is shaped, and the impact of these movies on popular perceptions of the UFO phenomenon.
Robbie holds an MA with Distinction in Cinema Studies from the University of Bristol and a BA with First Class Honours in Film, Television and Radio Studies from Staffordshire University. He has been interviewed about UFOs and the politics of Hollywood for BBC Radio, Coast to Coast AM, Canal+ TV and Vanity Fair, among others. His articles have appeared in a variety of publications including The Guardian, New Statesman, Filmfax, Fortean Times, and the peer-reviewed journal of North American Studies, 49th Parallel.
As a professional educator, Robbie spent several years designing and delivering Film and Media courses at multiple learning levels at UK institutions including Stafford College and the University of Bristol.
Robbie is currently writing his first book: Silver Screen Saucers: Sorting Fact from Fantasy in Hollywood’s UFO Movies.