Is Anglicon To Be Invaded By Daleks?

9 Nov

By James Robert Shaw (The Wind up Geek)

terry_molloyActually no. Daleks will not be invading Anglicon, but the Pacific Northwest’s Doctor Who television and British media convention will be hosting the Daleks’ creator, Davros.

Terry Molloy is known to many Doctor Who fans for playing Davros during the Peter Davison, Colin Baker, and Sylvester McCoy years. Molloy revised his role as the father of the Daleks in a 2005 stage play titled The Trial of Davros. He can also be hard voicing his signature character in the Doctor Who Big Finish audio productions.

Outside of the Whoverse, Molloy has kept busy in television by appearing in Simon Wheeler and Alan Whiting’s Kingdom (2007), as George Mellor in Chalkface (1991), and more recently as Michael Lord in the TV mini-series Kosmos (2015).

Molloy will be appearing with Red Dwarf‘s Robert Llewellyn at Anglicon in 2016.

Anglicon will be hosted at The DoubleTree by Hilton Seattle Airport Hotel August 5th-7th.

You can learn more about Anglicon by visiting their official website here.

Source(s): Anglicon.

2 Responses to “Is Anglicon To Be Invaded By Daleks?”

  1. Shaylee Bell 2015-11-10 at 12:21 pm #

    but the daleks will invade…. its a moral imperative


  2. Cate R Siguenza 2015-11-10 at 12:25 pm #

    Hi! I just wanted to point out that we have a group of Dalek builders who will be at Anglicon (at least 4), roaming the halls and being on panels with their Daleks. And given our guest is Terry Molloy, We expect that others will join them.
    So Yes iindeed, Anglicon WILL be invaded by Daleks :)


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