Things Get Strange At Emerald City Comicon with Millie Bobby Brown and Shannon Purser

Oct 12, 2016 2:30 PM

Roll for initiative and watch out for the Demogorgon! ECCC is proud to announce that two breakout stars of the Netflix hit series Stranger Things will be joining us in March! They’re back from the upside down to bring you a behind the scenes look at the show and discuss what’s in store for the kids in season two. Catch their panel and meet them in the autographing area at Emerald City Comicon!

Shannon Purser will be at Emerald City ComiconShannon Purser

Stranger Things

Shannon Purser burst on to the scene after her fan favorite role in Netflix’s smash hit STRANGER THINGS as ‘Barb.’ Since then, she hasn’t stopped working, booking a recurring  role on Greg Berlanti’s new CW series based on an re-imagining of the iconic series of comics ARCHIE as ‘Ethel Muggs,’ a lead in Broad Greens next teen franchise WISH UPON opposite Joey King and a supporting role in Melissa McCarthy’s next NewLine Studio feature LIFE OF THE PARTY.

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Millie Bobby Brown will be at Emerald City ComiconMillie Bobby Brown

Stranger Things

Millie Bobby Brown can currently be seen in the Netflix hit series STRANGER THINGS in which she stars opposite Winona Ryder and David Harbour for the Duffer Brothers. Her star turn as ‘Eleven’ has be earning her incredibly high praise and she recently shot up to number one on IMDB's Star Meter. Previously, she was cast after an extensive search as a lead in the BBC / BBC America series INTRUDERS opposite Oscar winner Mira Sorvino and John Simm.  Before INTRUDERS, Millie appeared in a recurring role on the ABC series ONCE UPON A TIME IN WONDERLAND as (Young Alice).  Guest star roles include CBS’ NCIS, ABC’s MODERN FAMILY and ABC’s GREYS ANATOMY.

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