A Christmas Story Movie Stars Scott Schwartz, Yano Anaya & Zack Ward Are Coming to The Chantilly Show in October….

A Christmas Story Movie Stars Scott Schwartz, Yano Anaya & Zack Ward Are Coming to The Chantilly Show in October!  Signing in the Main Autograph Pavilion & The Forward Area on Saturday October 13, 2018 & Sunday October 14, 2018 at The Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly, VA.

Zack Ward “Scut Farkus”

$25 any item
$10 inscription 4 word max
$30 photo op

Yano Anaya “Grover Dill”

$25 any item
$10 inscription 4 word max
$30 photo op

Scott Schwartz ” Flick”

$25 any item
$10 inscription 4 word max
$30 photo op

Professional Group Photo Op with all three $65

Forward Area Signing
Saturday October 13, 2018 from 1:00-5:00pm
Sunday October 14, 2018 from 11:00am-2:00pm

Forward area autograph pricing same as above.

Individual photo op  $25 your camera

group photo op  $65 your camera

Zack Ward (Scut Farkus)
Then: In the long list of great 1980’s bullies, Ward’s portrayal of the yellow-eyed Scut Farkus sits near the top. This role marked the Canadian born Ward’s acting debut.

Now: But it certainly did not mark the end of his career, because Zack Ward has continuously worked in TV and movies ever since. From 1983 to 2010, he appeared in 80-plus projects — he’s  turned up in everything from ‘Dollhouse’ to ‘The Transformers’ to ‘Deadwood’ to ‘Resident Evil: Apocalypse’ to ‘CSI’ and so on and so on.

Yano Anaya (Grover Dill)
Then: Born in London, England, Anaya played bully Scut Farkus’ “toadie” pal Grover, who helps antagonize Ralphie.

Now: If you’re a fan of Van Halen (and who isn’t?), you may remember Anaya as the young Michael Anthony in the music video for ‘Hot For Teacher.’ Anaya also appeared as a paperboy in ‘Better Off Dead,’ but stopped acting not long after that

Scott Schwartz (Flick)
Then: Before being “triple dog dared” into licking a frozen flagpole as one of Ralphie’s friends, Schwartz had made his film debut in the Richard Pryor and Jackie Gleason comedy ‘The Toy.’

Now: In 1987, Schwartz, with his father, began managing a sports and movie memorabilia collectibles store ingeniously named Baseball Cards – Movie Collectibles Etc.

 

 

 

 

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