Baltimore Comic-Con Announces Media Guest Johnathon Schaech

The Baltimore Comic-Con returns to the Inner Harbor this October 18-20, 2019 to celebrate its 20th anniversary at the Baltimore Convention Center. The Baltimore Comic-Con is proud to announce the addition of media guest Johnathon Schaech to the 2019 event. Tickets to see Johnathan are now on sale.

Johnathon Schaech career started out landing pivotal roles in Jocelyn Moorhouse’s How to Make an American Quilt (1995), Gregg Araki’s Doom Generation (1995), and Tom Hanks’ directorial debut That Thing You Do! (1996). Since then, Johnathon has shown incredible versatility as an actor.

Over the last twenty years, he’s starred in over one-hundred and sixty Hollywood productions. Working opposite some of the most acclaimed and awarded actors, producers, writers, and directors, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Kenneth Branagh, Ed Harris, Idris Elba, Antonio Banderas, Bruce Willis, Tom Fontana, Gary Goetzman, Neil Moritz, Cary Brokaw, Roy Lee, Jessica Lange, and Bill Paxton.

Schaech captivated television audiences as the eccentric movie-star in the first season of Showtime’s hit series Ray Donovan (2014) and has portrayed comic-book legend Jonah Hex on the first three season’s of DC’s Legends (2015-2018). Schaech will be returning to the role of Jonah Hex in the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event this fall on The CW.

Recent films include Renny Harlin’s 5 Days of War (2014), Todd Robinson’s Phantom (2015), Roland Joffe’s Texas Rising (2016), Steven C. Miller’s Marauders (2017), and coming soon in Michael Cristofer’s Night Clerk (2019) opposite Ana de Armas, Ty Sheridan, and Helen Hunt, and A Different Kind of Champion opposite Terrance Howard and R.J. Mitte. Recent TV Credits include The Client List (2013), Star Crossed (2014), Quantico (2015), Sleepy Hollow (2017), BlueBloods (2017), Chicago P.D. (2018), and Impastor (2018).

Johnathon now uses his national voice for dyslexia, working with the Harvard University-accredited NoticeAbility.org, a non-profit dedicated to helping students with the brain-based difference identify their unique strengths and build their self-esteem. He’s also on the Speakers Bureau for RAINN – the leading anti-violence organization in the world. #WontStayQuiet