Worried there won't be enough of your favourite film, tv and convention actors coming... Think again!
We're delighted to welcome back James who is better known for his tenure as Raven, finally handing over the responsibility last year. He's also appeared regularly in BBC Scotland's River City and for younger fans he's appeared in every episode of Molly & Mack on CBeebies.
Staring in Doctor Who alongside Patrick Troughton, Frazer has had a long distinguished career as an actor and is undoubtedly best known in our part of the world for his role as Joe Sugden in Emmerdale (Farm) back when it was a soap opera known for farming and not murder/plane crashes/other stories too unbelieveable to find a in a village of about 20 people!
John is well known to all Whovian's as the voice of K-9 but his appearances on TV stretch much further than that with credits on various big series like 'Allo Allo, Dad's Army and even appearing as the first ever Bungle from Rainbow with 50 shows to his name - and to top it all off he's a lovely chap too!
Colin returns to Huddersfield due to a very popular appearance last year and a request from many local Whovians to bring back the 6th Doctor... Who are we to refuse them - he sits really well in our strong Dr Who line up and completes a great section.
After appearing not once but twice as the country's Prime Minister, it seems fitting that as Brexit reaches it's climax we invite Mark along - Playing David Cameron in Coalition and of course the PM in Transformers: The Last Night, it was the perfect reason for us to get our SMEG ON by bringing Arnold Rimmer's brother Howard along for the day.
Olive from On the Buses is coming to Huddersfield... 'Ding, Ding! All aboard...' Anna is more recently known on our screens as Aunt Sal from Eastenders but has appeared in lots of proper British TV classics including several Carry On appearances. We're sure Anna will be a great addition to the line up at Huddersfield.
Simon Fisher Becker
Bound to be a popular guest with Potter fans and Whovians alike, Simon joins us with roles such as Fat Friar and Dorium in his locker as well as several reoccuring roles in series such as Pupper Love and Waterside. Looking at Simon's IMDB page there's an interesting credit popped up for a Hitchcock production - We can't wait to hear about that!
Mark first appeared in the BBC's Angels before landing his part in Doctor Who. in which he starred for 31 episodes over two years. He also played the young Ebenezer Scrooge in the 1984 version of A Christmas Carol.
Strickson subsequently became a documentary producer and director, especially of wildlife documentary programmes. It was Mark who, in this capacity, brought Steve Irwin, the "Crocodile Hunter," to public attention with such shows as The Ten Deadliest Snakes in the World