Paul Wesley Added to ‘Star Trek’ Convention in Las Vegas

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Editors Note: As of August 11, Creation Entertainment has announced that unfortunately, Paul Wesley is unable to attend the convention.

Paul Wesley has been announced for the 56-Year Mission STLV Convention, which is set to take place August 25-28, 2022 at Bally’s Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

Wesley made his debut in the Star Trek world as Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, which premiered on Paramount+. He was also known for his work as Stefan Salvatore on The Vampire Diaries.

Wesley will be appearing on Sunday at the convention, taking photo ops and signing autographs for those with his a la carte tickets. He’ll also be doing a special duo photo op with William Shatner.

For admission passes, autograph and photo op tickets, and full convention information, click here!

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