A new category to BayouCon is our professionals. These individuals work in a media related field in television, film, comics, music, and etc. Check out their panels for specific information on their related field.
Michael DeMeritt worked eleven straight season on Star Trek as the Assistant Director, covering all of Voyager and Enterprise. He gan as the Second Second Assistant Director on the Voyager pilot and was promoted to First AD by the time the series ended. He wrong a Next Generation comic book called "Pandor's Prodigy" in 1994 for DC comics (special #4) and has completed a book of humorous poetry written during his Star Trek years titled "Poetry and Prose from the Director's Ass" available at the Convention. he is the only "below-the-line" crew person to record a commentary track for the Star Trek series. You will find it on the Northstar episode on season 3 of Enterprise. Michael's other credits include: Moonlight, Make it or Break It, LA Law, abd Boldly Going Nowhere.
John Paladin is a former radio Disc Jockey, has had two records on the country charts, has acting credentials in radio commercials, TV commercials, and movies. He was a drummer in two country bands and has worked with Dave Dudley, Bobby Bare, Jack Scott and many others. He currently owns Paladin Productions, Inc., his own audio production company.
His makeup expertise goes back over 10 years, including being J.G. Hertzler's personal makeup artist on "Star Trek: Of Gods and Men" and was the head special sfx makeup artist on "Star Trek: Kitumba" [ both productions from "Star Trek: Phase II" Productions]. He is also featured as a Klingon in "Kitumba". He is currently the convention makeup artist for J.G. Hertzler, Robert O'Reilly, Barbara March, and Gwynyth Walsh.
His specialty is "Klingons", and when you see Martok, Gowron, Lursa and Betor ... you'll know why.
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