DC FANDOME will be a global experience reaching fans all over the globe and each region will have their own special international host to take you on your own journey into the DC Universe. These talents will make sure you that your experience will be one you don’t forget. Here is the list of hosts by region.
Known as geek culture’s main voice in Brazil, Érico Borgo is one of the founders of Omelete Company and CCXP (Comic Con Experience). Entrepreneur, journalist and graphic designer, Érico worked for 20 years at Omelete as their Head of Content and main influencer. During the last six years there he also directed the three biggest auditoriums at CCXP and was responsible for all the studio relations with the company. Among the milestones of his career are Brazil’s first geek video show (OmeleTV), official Emmy commentaries broadcasted by Turner, and the recognition by the industry of his contribution to the growth of pop culture and geek brands in Brazil. Currently he is partnering with Aline Diniz in a new company developed to enhance fan experiences in entertainment-related events and activations.
Aline Diniz is a journalist, content producer and events host specializing in pop culture and. entertainment. In 2010, while still in college, she joined the team of writers at Omelete and became one of the company’s most well-known and respected names, working at the newsroom as an editor for seven years before moving on to CCXP (Comic Con Experience) as the content manager. She worked with all major studios, from development stages until final presentation, helping put together shows that awed fans, as well as hosting some of the most important panels each year. She currently is working as a host for the Turner-owned channel TNT, commentating in award shows such as the Oscars, Emmys, Golden Globes and many more; is a special columnist for UOL, the largest web portal in the country; has her own YouTube channel; and is a partner with Erico Borgo in a new company developed to enhance fan experiences in entertainment-related events and activations.
Entertainment, TV and movie journalist Gabriela Camacho, better known as Gaby Cam, has been Warner Channel Latin America’s host since 2018. Gaby has hosted many international red carpets and special coverages. Throughout her career, she has interviewed directors, actors, and musicians, such as Tim Burton, Tom Cruise, Robert De Niro, Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry and The Killers, to name a few. As a superhero fan, Gaby has interviewed most of the stars in the cinematic and television DC universe, including Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Margot Robbie, Will Smith, Robert Pattinson, Jason Momoa, Grant Gustin, Zachary Levi, Melissa Benoist and Stephen Amell. Gaby is the scriptwriter and host of the radio show De Pelicula, aired in Los 40 network in Mexico, Colombia and Panamá. She hosts a movie segment in Los 40’s #1 show, “La Corneta,” and is in charge of special events and interviews for the radio station. She also hosts the movies segment for “De Primera Mano,” a show aired on Imagen TV.
Gino Quillamor is one of the more popular celebrity hosts in the Philippines. A self-proclaimed “fanboy since birth,” Gino devours geek culture, be it graphic novels, superhero and sci-fi movies, games and statue collections. He’s happy that his hosting profession has enabled him to participate in international events that celebrate geekdom, whether interviewing superhero film actors in press junkets or hosting the Asian Premiere of “Aquaman” in Manila. A true-blue fan of Justice League in general, including the animated iteration, Gino is pumped for being chosen to host DC FanDome in the Philippines, yet promises to strike the perfect balance between fanboying and being professional, despite his excitement. A renowned radio DJ for over 10 years, Gino is currently one of the hosts of the long-running hit show Boys Night Out on Magic 89.9 FM. He also serves as an esports VJ of ESPN 5.
LiLiCo was born in Stockholm, Sweden, to a Swedish father and Japanese mother who met during her trip to Sweden. LiLiCo moved to Japan when she was 18 years old, and began her career in the entertainment field in1989. She is well known as a film commentator in TBS’s “King’s Brunch” film segment. In addition, she appears as a commentator and a narrator in several TV and radio programs, such as Fuji Television’s “NONSTOP!,” NHK BS Premium’s “New Common Sense of Beauty and Youth,” J-WAVE’s “ALL GOOD FRIDAY,” and others. Her career finds her in multiple roles and activities, including as a voiceover actor, during which time she has played the [local language] role of Eric Cartman in the animated program ”South Park.”
Dominik Porschen was born and raised in his favorite city: Cologne. Shortly after graduating university with a degree in Media Economics, he started his first YouTube channel, “Filmfabrik,“ in 2012. Since 2013, he has hosted premieres for a wide range of major and independent studios, such as Disney, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, and Universal Pictures. Hosting events of large scale is his daily business, including the biggest European YouTube event “Videodays”; the music event series “Streetgigs,“ by Germany’s most popular telecommunications company German Telekom; as well as live Q&As with, for example, the cast of “Hobbs and Shaw“ at last year’s German CCXP. After leaving the multichannel network “Mediakraft“ in 2015, he started his own company and launched a second YouTube channel: “FilmLounge.” The new beginning was also the start of Dominik’s broadly known community previews and influencer screenings, which are very popular amongst studios. Over the years, Dominik successfully held over 150 interviews for studios and streaming platforms with national and international film stars. In 2019 Dominik toured Germany with his very own live comedy program, in which he talks about everything “cinema“ and shares his experiences in the film industry, especially his love for movies and the magic they can create. The same year he got his own TV show, “Streetfun,” and flew across the globe to take part in a special interview setting at WETA in New Zealand. In 2020, he deepened his relationship with the German Telekom by hosting a 10-day morning show/interview format at Germany’s most prestigious film festival, Berlin International Film Festival; got his second TV show, “#watchlist,” created by Magenta TV; and scored his first big dubbing role in “The SpongeBob Movie.”
Clara Amfo is a bold young broadcaster best known for her 10am -1pm BBC Radio 1 show, home of the world famous Live Lounge. Her show has seen her interview some of the world’s most prolific artists, including Jay-Z, Ariana Grande, Kendrick Lamar and Pharrell Williams, to name but a few. She was also the host of the iconic BBC Radio 1 Chart Show, the second woman to do so since the show first started in 1967. A respected face on screens and well respected in the UK music scene, Clara has been hosting the ITV2 coverage of “The BRIT Awards” for the past three years, as well as handing out awards at the ceremony for Best International Male Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act. She is also a recurrent presence on the judging panel for the prestigious “Mercury Music Prize” and announced the winner to its nationwide audience. With live music being one of her many passions, Clara is part of the core presenting team on BBC2 and BBC4 for their coverage of Radio 1’s Big Weekend and Glastonbury, with the last two years seeing her introduce Adele and Ed Sheeran from the pyramid stage to millions of people worldwide. A lover of film and entertainment made Clara the perfect newest addition to the line up of “The BBC Film Show,” alongside Lauren Laverne and Charlie Brooker, presenting the usual show and the 2018 Oscar special. No stranger to the red carpet, Clara joined the BAFTA TV Awards presenting team this year, covering the red carpet live and backstage winner interviews for the official BAFTA channels. Her natural aptitude for this was extended to the film world, hosting the European and world premieres for Elton John’s “Rocketman,” “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” Marvel’s box office breaking “Black Panther” and, more recently, the Royal European premiere of Disney’s “The Lion King.” Clara is currently in partnerships with Bumble, Magnum and Nike and has in the past worked with Mercedes Benz, HBO, Somerset House, Royal Academy, Bobbi Brown and Grey Goose. Clara was also named as a contributing editor to Elle magazine. Clara has recently hosted the One World: Together at Home concert and launched a new podcast with Spotify and Sony. Clara also has a book to come in 2021, and she will have plenty to write about!
Andrea Delogu is an Italian TV and radio host, and a writer with a superhero passion. In her career Andrea hosted important TV programs like “La Vita in Diretta Estate,” “Stracult,” “Dance Dance Dance” and the “72 nd Silver Ribbons Award Ceremony.” This year she hosted Sanremo Music Festival on Rai Radio 2.
Born in 1980 in Madrid, Spain, Damián Mollá likes to do many different things, all of them related to comedy. He studied Advertising at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and worked as a scriptwriter for El Club de La Comedia (the most well-known stand-up comedy show in Spain). He spent five years on the morning radio show “No Somos Nadie” on M80 Radio (Cadena Ser), and 14 years on “El Hormiguero,” the craziest show in the world where the biggest Hollywood stars promote their movies when they come to Spain. In the show he plays a puppet, Barrancas, a lovely purple ant. “El Hormiguero” has been the #1 show in Spain for years. He writes comic books and will introduce his own superhero in Rabbit Man vs Coronavirus , slated to debut on September 8th. Molla is also the author of This Book is the Milk and This Book is the Re-Milk , a unique and creative method to learning English for Spanish people, selling 100,000 copies. He took part in El Hombre Linterna, a Cartoon-rock band with fun and powerful covers of the `80s TV shows, for 10 years. He is writing a new book right now, about gods, stars and history, in which he says that Wednesday, as a day, is misplaced, and should be placed in Saturday’s position.
Jayden Rodrigues is an Australian Content Creator & Entertainer.He is known for his YouTube channel which he has over 1 Million Subscribers & more recently his TikTok where he shows off his love for all things pop culture.
With his extensive pop culture knowledge and an innate ability to ease his guests into intimate and candid conversation, Tyrone Edwards brings his expertise to Canada’s most-watched entertainment program as an “ETALK” reporter. Edwards began his television career as the host of “Rap City” before becoming a host on MUCH and E!, where he also hosted the MUCH “Icons” social media series, and co-hosted “It List: California,” the annual E! Travel special. His versatility and enthusiasm has landed him many other gigs, including co-host of the “iHeartRadio MMVAs,” the “MUCH Countdown,” “iHeartRadio MMVA Red Carpet” specials, and at multiple WE DAY events across the country, and weighing in as a fashion expert on original Canadian series “Celebrity Style Story.” Edwards can also be seen in the TSN original social media series 6IX DEGREES, and most recently became the host of the all-new CTV Life Channel original cooking series “DNA Dinners.” Having grown up in Toronto’s west end, Edwards travelled to the U.S. during high school to play basketball at Randallstown High School in Baltimore. From there, a scholarship presented him with the opportunity to attend Hillsdale College in Michigan, where he played NCAA basketball while studying Business and Speech. While Edwards’ career was taking off in the U.S., his heart was always rooted in Toronto and, in 2005, he returned to the city he loves. In 2007 he helped create the love letter to Toronto that is the 1LoveTO blog, a project that ultimately led him to join Much in 2011. Off screen, Edwards is heavily involved in his community, acting as a mentor and coach for underprivileged youth. Having once worked as a camp counselor with Toronto Parks and Recreation, Edwards went on to found Concrete Hoops , a not-for-profit basketball camp that aims to incorporate life skills with the love of the game. He has also been a program leader with the urban youth-oriented Remix Project , an organization which helps kids from all 13 priority neighborhoods in Toronto learn the fundamentals of the arts and entertainment business, and assists them with their educational aspirations. In honor of his work as a television host and with numerous charities and foundations supporting underprivileged youth, Edwards received the 2016 Mandela Legacy Hope, Success, and Empowerment Award, alongside Naomi Campbell, and Reverend Al Sharpton.
Sam “Tech Girl” Wright is a South African gaming personality with a love for all things geek culture. She’s forged a name for herself in the world of esports broadcasting, entering competitive gaming commentating in 2016 and working around the world on a variety of gaming titles, including Overwatch, PUBG and FIFA. When she isn’t flying around the world to talk about games, she’s at home live-streaming gameplay and making YouTube videos about her favorite games and tech. Her lifelong ambition is to take the Batmobile for a spin.
Terry LTAM is an entertainer and content creator. After finishing high school in New York, Terry studied journalism in Paris before joining Melty, a digital media company. Creative and versatile, he set up his YouTube channel, Terry LTAM (Let’s Talk About Movies), to talk about subjects that fascinate him: superheroes and cinema. As a true comics expert, he animated several panels at Comic Con Paris for the last three years.
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