International stars unite to entertain fans in Jeddah

International stars unite to entertain fans in Jeddah at Comic Con Arabia

JEDDAH: The international stars of the global hit series gathered at Comic-Con Arabia in Jeddah over the weekend to meet fans and talk about their work.

At the convention, the Arab News team had the opportunity to speak with celebrities such as Georgia Hearst and Alexander Ludwig, known for playing the roles of Maiden Torvi and Bjorn Ironside in the period drama series Vikings. rice field.

Discussing her visit, Hirst said, “Everyone was so welcoming and friendly.”

She added: “You kind of forget that people are actually looking at you. Until you meet your fans on this side of the world. Meeting your fans in person is like Instagram It’s a much more real experience than speaking on her media.”

Discussing her future roles, the actress said she deliberately took on the role to show viewers her acting range.

The show was a bigger hit internationally than it was at home, he said.

The actor described his experience on the show as like finding his family. “Vikings’ was that college for me.”

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The actor said he was also interested in country music. Especially in my shop, you’re surrounded by this glitz and glamour…and the idea of ​​what it means to be a celebrity, this form of music

Also in attendance were Luca Perros and Itizar Ituno, who played Marseille and Raquel Murillo in the hit crime series Money Heist.

Itsuno, who speaks Spanish, said he can’t communicate with his fans most of the time because he doesn’t speak English. “But it’s clear on their faces. All the emotions are showing in the way they approach me,” she said.

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The Spanish actress added that she feels lucky to be working on big projects like Money Heist.

Perros joined the show when it was already a global success. It’s a very difficult job and rewarding when you’re able to do it with passion,” he said. and Professional Armorer Tommy Dunne also attended the event.

Dunne says it was a lucky coincidence that he started designing guns for the movie and it all started with his Braveheart.

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