Mark Sheppard Pulls Out Of 2018 Auckland Armageddon Expo

The special guest cancellations keep on coming because Mark Sheppard previously from Supernatural has pulled out of the 2018 Auckland Armageddon Expo. The actor will be replaced by two other actors that are from the Supernatural TV show instead.

The official Armageddon Expo Facebook page announced the bad news today. It sounds like Mark Sheppard pulled out due to filming commitments elsewhere.

"*MARK SHEPPARD CANCELLATION AND SUPERNATURAL ANNOUNCEMENTS*. The King of Hell is gone, all hail the new King of Hell. Unfortunately, due to a last minute filming schedule change, Mark Sheppard can no longer attend the Auckland event (sigh…). However, we are pleased to announce that we have secured two new SPN guests. Jeffrey Vincent Parise – Asmodeus, King of Hell. David Haydn-Jones – Arthur Ketch, British Men of letters. The event schedule has already been updated and Autograph/photo tokens changed online. Proper announcements of these guests will follow shortly."

The event already announced more departures earlier this year. Other guests that had to pull out of the event included Lita, Odette Annable, Alan Tudyk, Famke Janssen and more.

Osric Chau who was also a Supernatural star is still coming and he will be a part of a panel involving both Jeffrey Vincent Parise and David Haydn-Jones.

This does not mean the Auckland Armageddon Expo doesn't have other guests. Still coming to the event include the likes of Christina Ricci, Shannon Doherty, Katie Leung and many more.

The 2018 Auckland Armageddon Expo will be at the ASB Showgrounds from October 19th until October 22nd. Hopefully this is the final guest cancellation.

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