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Lou Diamond Phillips at HorrorHound Weekend: Cincinnati!

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We are excited to reveal that LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS has been added to the guest list for HorrorHound Weekend: Cincinnati, which takes place March 20-22nd, at the Sharonville Convention Center.

Lou Diamond Phillips is an amazing talent, having appeared in some iconic film and TV projects over the years. Fans may know him most as “Ritchie Valens” in 1987’s La Bamba … or possibly as “Chavez” in the Young Guns film series. He portrayed “Angel Guzman” in Stand and Deliver, and also appeared in such popular films as Courage Under Fire and The Big Hit. Most recently, you can see Lou Diamond Phillips starring in the highest-rated new show on television – The Prodigal Son – opposite Tom Payne (who will also be appearing at HHW!)!

Horror fans may be more thrilled with Lou’s portrayal as “Russell Logan” in the 1990 supernatural horror film, The First Power. Outside of The First Power, Lou Diamond has appeared in a number of genre projects over the years, including Demon Wind, Bats, Route 666, Carny, The Invited, Fingerprints, Alien Express, and the television series Wolf Lake (he also appeared in an episode of Tales from the Crypt).

Most recently, Lou Diamond Phillips has been appearing on television in a number of series – including Longmire (as “Henry Standing Bear”), Blue Bloods, SGU Stargate Universe, Numb3rs, 24, Elena of Avalor, Goliath, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Cougar Town, and The Ranch. You can also see Lou in such films as Supernova, Che: Part Two, Renegades, Hollywood Homicide, Trespasses, Ambition, Dangerous Touch, Dakota, Harley, and The Dark Wind. This will be Lou’s first time attending HHW: Cincinnati – and he will be appearing Saturday and Sunday only.

Make sure you visit www.horrorhoundweekend.com to secure your discount tickets to HorrorHound Weekend: Cincinnati! As with prior years, Saturday passes are likely to sell out. So order yours today!

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