KidCon Anaheim Meet & Greets

Come say hi to some of your favorite television and movie stars at KidCon Anaheim! We will have Meet & Greets throughout the day with actors and actresses from series like Cousins for Life, This is Us and Little Women: LA. Keep scrolling to see when you can meet our Hollywood celebrities.


 Terra Jolé


Terra Jolé (pronounced Jo – lay) is an American actress, producer, singer, and TV personality. Since 2014, she has gained international recognition as the star and Executive Producer of Lifetime Channel’s hit TV Shows, “Little Women: LA” and “Terra’s Little Family”. Terra also serves as Executive Producer on the popular spin-offs, “Little Women: ATL” and “Little Women: NY” and she is currently a member of the Producers Guild of America. Prior to her recent success in the Reality TV world, Terra has appeared in TV and Film productions such as “Jackass 3D”, “The Hungover Games” and “CSI” and in the theatrical production of “Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular”. In 2016, Terra was a semi-finalist on the 23rd season of Dancing with the Stars. She and her husband Joe have two toddlers, Penelope and Grayson.


Micah Abbey


Micah Abbey was born outside of Columbus, Ohio. He got into the entertainment industry at the age of four. Micah continued with print and commercials until a showcase in Chicago led him to Los Angeles when he was 9. Through his agent manager Randy James he started his theatrical career by booking a great two arc on “Grey’s Anatomy.” Not long after that Micah got the role of Leaf on Nickelodeon’s “Cousins For Life”, and is working a new motion capture project to be announced soon. Outside of acting Micah has an active life. He likes to hang out with friends, play baseball and football, dance, and play video games. Micah likes to cook and eating adventurously! When it comes to school Micah’s favorite subject math and would like to go to school for engineering someday. He enjoys giving back and volunteering with underprivileged families, special needs children, and all animals.


Madison Curry


Madison Curry was born and raised in Los Angeles, California where she first fell in love with acting by entertaining family members at family gatherings. She started performing in school plays and soon was enrolled at Amazing Grace Conservatory Performing Arts Theater in Los Angeles where she polished her acting skills. Madison received her big break when she was cast in the Universal/Monkeypaw Productions film Us, Directed by Academy Award winner Jordan Peele, playing the role of “Young Adeline Wilson/Young Red” and starring alongside Academy Award Winner Lupita Nyong’o and Black Panthers Winston Duke. Shortly before the release of Us, she was cast as a Series Regular in the FOX/ABC show Bless This Mess alongside Lake Bell and Dax Sheppard for one season. In Madison’s spare time she likes spending time with her family, dancing, and playing video games. She is represented by CESD and The ESI Network.


Kendall Denise Clark


Since moving to Georgia two years ago, Kendall Denise Clark is a child star on the rise. Currently, appearing in the Netflix hit series Stranger Things and Queen Sugar on the OWN network, Kendall will next grace the small screen in the CBS drama Why Women Kill. Having started her career in modeling at the age of one, the straight-A student has developed a love for socializing and speaking to everyone. When she’s not performing, Kendall loves roller skating, hula hooping, lacrosse, American Girl dolls, drawing, and reading.


Evan Alex


Aspiring multi-hyphenate writer-director-actor, Evan Alex, is best known as Jason Wilson and Pluto, in Jordan Peele and Universal Pictures’ hit horror film Us. His dual performance garnered the 11-year-old actor a 45th Saturn Award nomination for Best Performance by a Younger Actor. Evan began his screen career in 2016, after moving to Los Angeles with his family, and has since appeared in over two dozen films, television shows, and commercials. He starred as Jake in the first two seasons of the Brat web series Mani and has made appearances in Showtime’s Golden Globes nominated series Kidding, and HBO’s longtime favorite children’s show Sesame Street. When Evan is not working, he enjoys playing computer games, shooting basketball with his brother, and spending time with friends at the Boys & Girls Club.


Makenzie Lee Foster


Actress and now child author, Makenzie Lee-Foster, can’t be boxed-in. Born in San Jose, California, Makenzie started her acting career at two years old. She starred as Young Deja Andrews, the rebellious Pearson foster child, in the Emmy-award winning drama, This Is Us. In Dee Rees’ short film, “The Box,” for the 90th Academy Awards, Makenzie starred as a young girl imagining her space adventure and refusing to go to bed. She also starred as Young Toni Harris, one of the first females to play college football, in the Toyota Super Bowl LIII commercial. Now at only eight years old, Makenzie is breaking molds. She penned her first children’s book, Kickin’ it with Kenzie, that teaches children to follow their dreams and that nothing will come easy, it all takes work. When she’s not acting or helping her community through empathy and messages of anti-bullying, Makenzie enjoys science, art, sports, exploring, and making friends.

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