Twice More, With Feeling: Karaoke With Nicholas Brendon and Clare Kramer!


Seize the opportunity to sing and perform with not one but TWO Whedonverse actors!
Twice More, With Feeling: Karaoke With Nicholas Brendon and Clare Kramer!WHEN: Friday, Nov. 12, 8 p.m.
PRICE: $100
WHERE: In the general area of the convention center. Ticket-holders will receive the exact location the week of the event!

Nicholas Brendon was born three minutes after his identical twin brother, actor Kelly Donovan on April 12, 1971 in Los Angeles, California. He attended Chatsworth High School, where he struggled with stuttering but was also a starter on the baseball team. He had dreams of playing for the L.A. Dodgers, but had to pursue other options when he hurt his arm about a year after graduating high school.

He got his big break as an actor when he landed the role of Xander Harris on the hugely successful TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997). The series ran from 1997 until 2003, garnering a huge cult following as well as a large fanbase for Brendon. Brendon and brother Kelly appeared together in the episode "The Replacement", in which Xander has to cope with having a seemingly sinister double. His first major role in a feature film came with the Charles Busch satire Psycho Beach Party (2000). Brendon has also starred in the ABC Family Channel original movie Celeste in the City (2004) (TV). Brendon is a spokesperson for the Stuttering Foundation of America, appearing in a print campaign for the organization.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, but raised in the town of Delaware just north of Columbus, Ohio since the age of four, Clare Kramer first became interested in acting after being asked to represent the Wendy's fast food chain, as "Wendy", at the age of 14. Upon graduating from Delaware Hayes High School, Clare moved to New York City to study at New York University's prestigious Tisch School of the Arts, earning a BFA degree. Clare moved to Los Angeles, California shortly thereafter to pursue her acting career there.

While in New York, she appeared in numerous stage plays including one turn as Helen Keller in the stage version of "The Miracle Worker", the lead role in "Light Up the Sky" at the acclaimed Lee Strasberg Theater Institute, "Beyond Therapy" at the John Houseman Theater, and "Beginnings" at Circle in the Square. She began appearing in small and bit parts in films like In & Out (1997) and Vig (1998) (TV).

Clare first rose to attention in 2000 in the cheer leading comedy Bring It On (2000) appearing alongside Kirsten Dunst and Eliza Dushku in playing the hard-nosed cheerleader "Courtney". At the same time, she was cast in a recurring role as "Glory", the vain hell-goddess on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997) which also gained her some acclaim on television as one of Buffy's most popular adversaries.

Clare has worked in both major studio and independent films, the most notable being the independent feature Ropewalk (2000) and a supporting part in The Mallory Effect (2002). She had a minor part in Roger Avary's feature adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' The Rules of Attraction (2002), as well as the villainous lesbian seductress "Lucy In the Sky" in the short film D.E.B.S. (2003). She was also cast in lead roles in The Skulls III (2003) (V), the independent film Mummy an' the Armadillo (2004), and Guy in Row Five (2005). She had an amusing small part in L.A. D.J. (2004).

Clare also appeared on television in a few guest appearances on "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (1996), "The Random Years" (2002), and "Tru Calling" (2003). She continues to work for both stage and movie roles, most recently with the horror flick The Gravedancers (2006).
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