Celebrity Fan Fest
San Antonio’s premier POP CULTURE & comic con,
is excited to welcome
Photo Ops: $75
How to Purchase*: Online, Photo Op & Autograph Desk
*Please note, all celebrity guest experiences are sold on a limited basis based on their appearance dates and schedule. Some celebrity photo ops and autographs can be purchased online by clicking the Buy Experiences below. Other experiences, if available, can be purchased at the Photo Op/Autograph Desk at the show or at the Celebrity’s booth in Fan Fest Park.
Admission is sold separately and includes full access to Six flags Fiesta Texas including White Water Bay Water Park! Guest appearances, pricing, and schedules are subject to change or cancellation. Photo Op and Autograph schedules to be released prior to the event
Charlie Cox (born 15 December 1982) is an English actor. He played the role of Matt Murdock / Daredevil in Netflix’s Daredevil (2015–2018) and The Defenders (2017), Jonathan Hellyer Jones in the 2014 film The Theory of Everything and Owen Sleater in the second and third seasons of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire (2011–2012). Cox’s breakout role was as Tristan Thorn in the 2007 fantasy film Stardust, one of a series of roles he had during the first decade of his career in predominantly British films, television series, and theatre productions. He made his West End debut the next year in a revival of the Harold Pinter plays The Lover and The Collection. Following his success on screen in the 2010s, Cox acted in a 2019 stage production of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, first in the West End and then on Broadway.
Charlie Cox was born in London, England, to Patricia C. A. (Harley) and Andrew Frederick Seaforth Cox, a publisher. He has English, Scottish, and Irish ancestry, and descends from several prominent forebears (Baronets of Agnew and Carnegie, an Earl of Findlater, and a Colonial Governor of New York, Andrew Elliot).
Cox was educated and received his training in drama at Sherborne School in Dorset where he appeared in Dealer’s Choice / Patrick Marber (Mugsy) The Writing Game (Leo) Code Crackers / Andy Wilkinson (Weasel) Confusions / Alan Aykbourne (Martin & Arthur) Henry V (Nym & John Bates). He received the Gerald Pitman Award for Acting from Sherborne School. He also appeared in Judge John Deed as the Young Vicar.