Con News: Baltimore Comic-Con brings Bruce and Arthur from “Gotham” to Baltimore!

That’s right y’all. David Mazouz (Bruce Wayne) and Sean Pertwee (Alfred Pennyworth) of Gotham are headed to this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con!

I’ve been hooked on the crazy coolness of Gotham from episode one, and can’t wait to hear what it’s like to bring these characters to life, and what’s next for the show’s heroes and villains alike.  Especially as characters young and old have started to figure out what their place in the world is/should be…

Read on for the full details!

Gotham’s David Mazouz and Sean Pertwee Come to Baltimore Comic-Con

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – August 21, 2017 – The Baltimore Comic-Con will be held at the Inner Harbor’s Baltimore Convention Center on September 22-24, 2017. Tickets are now on sale. The Baltimore Comic-Con is pleased announce the additions of David Mazouz and Sean Pertwee as a guests of the show.
David Mazouz

Sixteen-year-old David (pronounced “Dah-veed”) Mazouz stars on FOX TV’s Gotham as a young Bruce Wayne, the orphaned son of Martha and Thomas Wayne as he follows the path to ultimately becoming Batman. Under the care of his butler, Alfred Pennyworth (Sean Pertwee), Mazouz’s character interacts with other members of the Batman Universe, including Detective James Gordon (Ben McKenzie), Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue), and Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova) while attempting to solve the murder of his parents. Mazouz began his acting career in commercials. At eight years old, he landed his first film, Coming and Going, directed by Edoardo Ponti. Shortly thereafter, he was cast in the cable movie Amish Grace. He then landed a role in the FOX drama Touch, starring opposite Kiefer Sutherland.

David Mazouz

On film, Mazouz most recently completed The Darkness, playing the haunting child of Radha Mitchell and Kevin Bacon, and Incarnate starring Aaron Eckart as an exorcist wrestling with a child possessed by a demon. Other films include the horror thriller Sanitarium, alongside Malcolm McDowell, Lou Diamond Phillips, Lacey Chabert, Chris Mulkey, and Robert Englund. He was also featured in the movies The Games Maker, opposite Joseph Fiennes, Ed Asner, and Tom Cavanagh; Incarnate, alongside Aaron Eckhart; and 6 Miranda Drive, with Kevin Bacon, Radha Mitchell and Lucy Fry.

Other television roles include a kid in detention in Mike and Molly, James Spader’s son in The Office, a troubled youth in Private Practice, a dying boy in Criminal Minds, an orphan in Drop Dead Diva, and a guest star in Major Crimes.

 

Mazouz was born in Los Angeles, where he lives with his parents and older sister.

Sean Pertwee

Sean Pertwee consistently captivates audiences with his compelling performances in a variety of roles that span film, television, and stage. Pertwee can be seen on Fox’s hit television series Gotham, which will begin its fourth season this September 2017 during the week preceding the Baltimore Comic-Con. On the show, Pertwee plays Alfred Pennyworth, Bruce Wayne’s unflappable butler. The show follows the story behind Commissioner James Gordon’s rise to prominence in Gotham City in the years before Batman’s arrival.

Sean Pertwee

Pertwee began his film career in Stephen Frears’ Joe Orton biopic Prick Up Your Ears opposite Gary Oldman and Alfred Molina. From there, he went on to appear in Paul Anderson’s Shopping opposite Jude Law. He followed those roles with a number of enthralling performances in Paul W.S. Anderson’s Event Horizonopposite Laurence Fishburne; Soldier, opposite Kurt Russell and directed again by Paul W.S. Anderson; Love, Honour and Obey opposite Jude Law and Jonny Lee Miller; Kurt Wimmer’s Equalibrium opposite Christian Bale and Sean Bean; and the lead role of Sgt. Harry G. Wells in Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers. Other notable film credits include Deadly VoyageWild BillDoomsdayBlue Juice where he appeared alongside Catherine Zeta Jones and Ewan McGregor, The 51st State with Samuel L Jackson and Robert Carlyle, and in Declan Lowey’s Alan Partridge opposite Steve Coogan.

Sean Pertwee

On the small screen, Pertwee played the iconic role of Detective Lestrade in the CBS show Elementaryopposite Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes. His other TV credits include: The MusketeersPoirot, and the critically acclaimed Luther. He also appeared as in a recurring role in the hugely popular Cold Feet with James Nesbit. Pertwee’s other TV credits include SkinsBody GuardsJo opposite Jean Reno, ChancerThe Young Indiana JonesClarissa opposite Sean Bean, and Camelot with Joseph Fiennes and Eva Green. Additionally, Pertwee has lent his voice to numerous documentaries, animated films, commercials, TV series and video games including Master Chef: The ProfessionalsFableKillzone, and Assassin’s Creed.

Pertwee received his training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and began his career with the Royal Shakespeare Company, most notably starring in Titus Andronicus directed by Deborah Warner. After touring for three years, Pertwee continued his classical training by playing Julius Caesar for the BBC and Macbeth for Michael Bogdanov’s production for C4 films.

 

Pertwee currently splits his time between London and New York City, where Gothamfilms.

“These two are such a great actors and have such a rapport on the screen,” said Marc Nathan, promoter of the Baltimore Comic-Con. “David’s evolution on Gotham from young orphan to teenage detective has been fascinating to observe, and I can’t wait to see what he’ll do with the character of Bruce Wayne next season. And Sean’s well-dressed and manicured tough-guy father figure is such a fun mix of conflicting roles, which he performs wonderfully. I’m personally thrilled to have them both as a guests of the show, as I’m sure our fans will be.”

To get all of the details about the event packages and limited ticket availability, please see our tickets webpage.

In the coming weeks, look for more announcements from the Baltimore Comic-Con. We are looking forward to highlighting our guests, industry exclusives, and programming. The latest developments can always be found on our websiteTwitterInstagram, and Facebook pages.
 
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