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Harry Potter/The Flash star Tom Felton is coming to Auckland Armageddon Expo

07 Jul 17

The Armageddon Expo has announced that Tom Felton is coming to the Auckland event this Labour Weekend. This is great for fans who have watched him over the years in many TV shows and movies. 

People will know Tom Felton more as Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter movie series. He most recently starred in The Flash TV show playing the character of Julian Albert. 

Felton joins Nathan Fillion (Firefly) and John Barrowman (Arrow) as other guest stars coming to this year's event. Michelle Gomez (Doctor Who) will only be appearing in Skype form with a digital panel. More guests will be revealed in the coming weeks. 

Photo/autograph signing times and dates for Felton are to be announced at a later date. Felton is expected to have high demand so make sure to arrive early if you plan on seeing him. 

The Auckland Armageddon Expo happens at the ASB Showgrounds on October 20th until October 23rd. You can click here in order to find out more about ticket info.

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