Get ready to travel back in time and meet your favourite cast of the classic American drama series 'Twin Peaks'! Cast members Sheryl Lee, Kimmy Robertson, Michael Horse, Al Strobel, Dana Ashbrook and Executive Producer Sabrina Sutherland will visit Auckland and Christchurch for a unique and exclusive meet-and-greet next month.
After winding up their visit to New Zealand, Twin Peaks' cast members will head their way to their Australian tour. They will be visiting their fans in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Sydney and Perth.
Presented under license from CBS (Consumer Products and Showtime), the NZ dates will be a celebration for fans to hear their idols talk about their amazing on-cam and off-cam moments whilst on-set. VIP Meet and Greet tickets will also be available, providing fans an opportunity to get an autograph and photo with the cast members.
Sheryl Lee is an American actress who came to international attention for her performances as Laura Palmer and Maddy Ferguson in the series. She also appeared in the movie version and returned for the 2017 revival.
Kimmy Robertson is best known for her role as Lucy Moran. Aside from her 'Twin Peaks' performance, she's also been the voice of many animated movies including 'Beauty and the Beast' and television series 'The Simpsons', 'Gravedale High' and 'Batman: The Animated Series'.
Michael Horse is the actor who played Deputy Hawk. Even before Twin Peaks, Michael has been a seasoned actor of 'The Legend of the Lone Ranger' and 'Passenger 57'. He's also a highly respected ledger painter known for his portrayals of Native Americans.
Al Strobel is the actor who played Phillip Gerard, one-time associate of Bob (Twin Peaks' killer Bob) and now a resident of the Red Room. Al has appeared in every season of 'Twin Peaks' as well as 'Fire Walk With Me'. Other film credits include 'Ricochet River' and 'Child Of Darkness, Child Of Light'.
Dana Ashbrook has played the role of Bobby Briggs in all series of 'Twin Peaks' and 'Fire Walk With Me'. Other television credits include 'Charmed', 'Dawson's Creek', 'Blue Bloods' and 'Chicago PD'.
Sabrina S. Sutherland was the Production Coordinator on Season 2 of 'Twin Peaks' and Executive Producer for 'Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series'. Sabrina was the Associate Producer on David Lynch's 'Inland Empire', Production Supervisor on 'Lost Highway' and Producer of 'David Lynch: The Art Life'.
'Twin Peaks' is the hit TV series created by David Lynch and Mark Frost that premiered in 1990 and returned in 2017 as 'Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series' with many of the original cast members. Two years after its release, a feature film 'Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me' was launched and served as a prequel to the TV series. The series gained a cult following and has often been listed among the greatest television series of all time.
Don't miss your chance to meet your favourite 'Twin Peaks' stars up-close and personal this August.