Tracy Spiridakos and David Lyons walk the press line at the panel for their hit NBC series

‘Revolution’ & ‘Grimm’ Casts Attend Comic-Con Panels!

'Revolution' & 'Grimm' Casts Attend Comic-Con Panels!

Tracy Spiridakos and David Lyons walk the press line at the panel for their hit NBC series Revolution held during 2013 Comic-Con on Saturday (July 20) in San Diego, Calif.

The actors were joined by their co-stars Giancarlo Esposito, Billy Burke, and JD Pardo at the event.

David Giuntoli and Bitsie Tulloch were in attendance to represent the cast of Grimm that same day, along with their co-stars Bree Turner, Claire Coffee, Sasha Roiz, Silas Weir Mitchell, Russell Hornsby, and Reggie Lee.

FYI: Bitsie is wearing Bionda Castana shoes. David Giuntoli is wearing Levi’s jeans. Bree is carrying an RK New York spiked handbag.

Tracy Spiridakos was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where she lived until the age of four. At that time her parents took her and her two brothers to a small village of Skala in Greece, which is just south of Sparta. Later Spiridakos returned to Winnipeg and spent her spare time and summer holidays working at her parents’ restaurant. As one to always be the entertainer among her family, it was only a matter of time before Tracy took the leap of faith and moved to Vancouver to begin her career as an actress.

It wasn’t long before Tracy booked her first role after setting out on this journey. She has appeared in numerous television productions such as “Supernatural,” “Hellcats,” “Psych,” “Being Human” and her own series, “Majority Rule,” where she played the town’s mayor, as well as a number of television movies including “RAGZ.” She also landed a role in the feature film “Caesar: Rise of the Apes,” and a lead role in the upcoming feature “The New Girl.” When she isn’t working, Spiridakos enjoys reading, snowboarding, kickboxing or just hanging out with her dog Jersey and her family and friends.

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