Reminder: Sam is slated to appear at SLC Comic Con

As previously confirmed, Sam Witwer is slated to appear at this year’s Salt Lake City Comic Con. The convention runs 4th-6th September, and is being held at the Salt Palace. Sam is marked to appear on all three days.

Further details of Sam’s appearance – plus video - can be found HERE.

image courtesy of SLC Comic Con

image courtesy of SLC Comic Con

Details of SLC Comic Con, including ticketing information, can be found HERE.

image courtesy of Salt Lake City Comic Con

image courtesy of Salt Lake City Comic Con

Sam joins the cast of ‘Tales from the Borderlands’

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Image courtesy of TellTale Games

Image courtesy of TellTale Games

“The cast of Tales from the Borderlands, Telltale Games’ new episodic series releasing this summer, will feature Chris Hardwick, Nerdist founder, and Sam Witwer, a voice actor in several Star Wars properties.

Hardwick and Witwer will play best friends Vaughn and Rhys, respectively, in the story-driven series from The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us developer. Vaughn and Rhys are employees of Hyperion –– the mega corporation featured prominently in Gearbox Software’s Borderlands and Borderlands 2 –– and are exploring Pandora in search of another mysterious vault key…”

You can read IGN’s article, with video, IN FULL HERE.


Sam in OUCH! Magazine’s “The Men’s Style Issue”

OUCH! Magazine recently announced that Sam Witwer is on the April-May cover of OUCH! magazine print edition. The men’s style issue is a celebration of male fashion trends and iconic people. has the OUCH! video online, which you can access HERE.

OUCH! Magazine "The Men's Style issue"

OUCH! “The Men’s Style Issue”


Who Lives in a Pineapple Under the Sea….

Oh wait – that’s not right….but in breaking news, AQUAMAN is going to get an animated new 52 origin film.  Newsarama shared the story about the new Aquaman movie, which will feature everybody’s favorite former vampire Sam Witer, voicing the character of Orm aka the Ocean Master, aka Aquaman’s brother.  You can read the full article here at Newsarama

Guess Who’s Going to Salt Lake Comic Con????

As posted in the Desert News

Salt Lake Comic Con announces first batch of celebrity guests for September event

SALT LAKE CITY — Flanked by Imperial stormtroopers and accompanied by the steady, electronic breathing of Darth Vader, Salt Lake Comic Con organizers Tuesday announced the first batch of geek- and pop-culture guests for September’s event.

Actors Ernie Hudson (“Ghostbusters”), Cary Elwes (“The Princess Bride”), Bruce Campbell (“Army of Darkness”), John Barrowman (“Doctor Who” and “Torchwood”) and Sam Witwer (“Being Human”) will join the previously announced Christopher Lloyd (“Back to the Future”) in Salt Lake City for the Sept. 4-6 celebration of all things geeky.

“With a lineup like that, it would be really easy to say that’s enough, that we don’t need to do anymore,” said Dan Farr, co-founder of Salt Lake Comic Con.

But that’s only six of roughly 200, Farr said.

“We’ll have a lot more great people that we’ll be announcing as we get closer to the event,” he said.

You can read the rest of the article HERE

Sam celebrating Star Wars Day at ‘StarFest’ in Denver, Colorado.

StarFest 2014the convention run by StarLand, is being held over the ‘Star Wars Day’ weekend, running from TODAY (Thursday 2nd) through Sunday 4th May.

Our lovely Sam Witwer, himself an uber-geek, will be appearing there alongside that other very famous Star Wars actor, Billy Dee Williams, aka Lando Calrissian.

Full details for this weekend’s StarFest can be found HERE.

May the Fourth be with you...

May the Fourth be with you…


Sam is interviewed by the Chicago Daily Herald

“Glenview native Sam Witwer moving on from his vampire role”

By the Daily Herald‘s Jamie Sotonoff and Dann Gire.

Photography by Tim Sabatino

Photography by Tim Sabatino

In his first TV acting job, on the show “JAG,” Sam Witwer had two lines: “Sup?” and “How’s it goin’, Vic?”

“The world could not become a brighter place when I got that (part),” joked Witwer, of the 2001 role which came after an entire year of unsuccessful auditions.

Those two lines became the start of a successful TV and movie acting career for the 36-year-old Glenview native, who most recently starred as Aidan Waite, a vampire trying to lead a normal life on Syfy’s “Being Human.” …

Read Sam’s interview with the Daily Herald IN FULL HERE.