Crypto-Historian Jimmy Diggs to be featured at SteamTopia

Jimmy Diggs interviewing with Lesley Scott of The Steampunk Soiree and The Weird Review
Jimmy Diggs interviewing with Lesley Scott of The Steampunk Soiree and The Weird Review
Jimmy Diggs interviewing with Lesley Scott of The Steampunk Soiree and The Weird Review

Jimmy Diggs interviewing with Lesley Scott of The Steampunk Soiree and The Weird Review

Jimmy Diggs is an actor, writer, director, and the producer of the upcoming web series, “The Crypto-Historians.”  Mr. Diggs has confirmed to this Examiner that he will be one of the featured guests at the steampunk convention, Steamtopia, at the Doubletree Hotel in Southfield, Michigan from June 12 to 15, 2014.

While the official announcement of Mr. Diggs has not yet been made, it was confirmed by both Mr. Diggs and Mr. Wiggins of the Steamtopia convention.  More news on other guests will be forthcoming.

“The Crypto-Historians” is a science fiction, action adventure series of the steampunk genre.  It takes place in a world where the writings of H. G. Wells and others of his era were veiled truths to a reality of dangers that threaten mankind.

In this world, the Crypto-Historians work behind the scenes to protect humaniy through time and space using technologies of Nikola Tesla, H. G. Wells, and others.

The series will star  as Nathan Cain,  as Eugene Jacques Bullard,  as Sakichi Toyoda,  as The Invisible Man,  as Winston Churchill,  as Lincoln Colt,  as Deimos ‘The Greek’ Kourkoulou,  as Aleksandra Slepova,  as Lord Vladaslav Yegor,  as LCDR John Hood, and  as Professor Marcus O’Bannon.

During a recent trip to Burbank, The Steampunk Soiree and The Weird Review writer and editor Lesley Scott had the opportunity to chat with Mr. Diggs at the Video Symphony TV & Film Post-Production Institute where he is currently studying.  Check out the interview with Jimmy Diggs and give “The Crypto-Historians” a like on their Facebook page!

 

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