The xogoldgold Charity SCI -FI WARS Event takes place on the Bigges Vintage Fair in Europe on  the


If you want to attend the Event you have to buy the Tickets  at the Show above.

If you cant come you can Order Autographs or sent your Item to get is signed. More Infomation you find under the our Autograph Service.

Richard Padbury  is a very very rar Star Wars Guest. I Richard was one of 6 Persons Operation Jabba.  Richard work also on all Ewoks. Other Movie Productions are Dark Crystal, Krull! , Return To Oz, High Spirits, Santa Claus the Movie.


Each Autograph: 15 Euro

Charity Selfie: 5 Euro

Groupe Selfie: 20 Euro

Béatrice Libert is a French Actress and Model, famous for playing Mademoiselle Deladier is a fictional character in the James Bond film Moonraker. Signorina is a henchwoman working for Hugo Drax, the main villain of the film, as one of his "perfect women“

Mademoiselle Deladier was present with La Signorina del Mateo on the pheasant hunt in the manor of Hugo Drax. They were introduced to Bond. Next she was seen on the secret base near the River Tapirapé and after Drax's Space Station. She was one of Drax's "perfect women" who are tasked with repopulating the human race. She is possibly died when the space station was exploded.

Each Autograph:15 Euro

Selfie: 5 Euro

Bond Girls Selfie : 20 Euro

Martine Beswick is an English actress and model, best known for her roles in two James Bond films.

Beswick is best known for her two appearances in the James Bond film series. Although she auditioned for the first Bond film Dr. No, she was cast in the second film From Russia with Love as the fiery gypsy girl, Zora. Beswick then appeared as the ill-fated Paula Caplan in Thunderball.

Martine went on to appear in One Million Years B.C. opposite Raquel Welch. She then appeared in various Hammer Studio low-budget films,  Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde, in which she played the titular villainess. She played Adelita in the well-regarded Spaghetti Western, A Bullet for the General in 1967 opposite Klaus Kinski and Gian Maria Volontè. She starred as the Queen of Evil in Oliver Stone's 1974 directorial debut Seizure, or Queen of Evil. In the 1970s, Beswick moved to Hollywood and regularly appeared on both the big and small screens. She made numerous guest appearances in television series, including Sledge Hammer!, Fantasy Island, The Fall Guy, Mannix, The Six Million Dollar Man, and Falcon Crest.


Each Autograph: TBA

Selfie 10 Euro

Bond Girl Selfie 20 Euro

Sean Crawford


Sean Crawford The man behind Yak Face (Saelt Marae) and a Mon Calamari officer in Star Wars, Episode Vl Return of the Jedi. Born in 1958 he studied mime in London and Paris in the late seventies, developing his very own style of abstract technical mime movement. He achieved his first fame with the creation of "Plastic Jo", originating a unique robotic movement, which went on to become an 80's global dance craze. Partnering up with Tim Dry to become the performance artists known as "Tik and Tok", they went on to produce live stage shows and music. One such performance was for HRH Queen Elizabeth ll by Royal Command. Moving into the realms of character performance, Sean played a whole host of TV and film prosthetic and animatronic characters, ranging from a dinosaur to a pig as he worked alongside the creature maker Jes Harris in his special effects studio. Other great achievement was his choreography of the English Royal Ballet for their production of "Frankenstein". Sean has dabbled in fashion, opening a couple of high street fashion shops, tried film post production as a video editor, then moved into the virtual world of the computer and has been virtual ever since... But not any more he has been rebuilt with the new super chip technology and is back for your eyes only. Married to a ginger, has two teenage sons one vegan and the other currently holds a World silver Acrobatics Medal.


Autograph:15 Euro

Selfie: 5 Euro

Groupselfie : 20 Euro

Tim Dry


Tim Dry is a writer, mime, actor, musician and photographic artist, best known for playing two characters in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (‘J’Quille – Whiphid’ and ‘Mon Calamari Officer’), the alien in cult ‘80s Sci Fi/horror movie Xtro and for being half of a duo, Tik and Tok, that popularized robotic mime in the UK in the 1980s.They appeared on 26 TV shows in the UK, recorded 5 singles and 2 albums and performed with Duran Duran, Gary Numan, Ultravox, Adam & The Ants, Cliff Richard and Depeche Mode amongst others. Tim has been featured in over 90 TV Commercials, had roles in TV and film and played the leads in Steven Berkoff’s Harry’s Christmas and Moliere’s School For Wives on the London Stage. In the mid ‘90s Tim formed a music duo named Noir with singer / songwriter Georg Kajanus from the group Sailor.

Tim is the author of two published books of memoirs:Falling Upwards – Scenes From A life  and Continuum – The Star Wars Phenomenon As Experienced From The Inside. His first novella, entitled Ricochet was released in February 2015 by the Spectral Press imprint Theatrum Mundi. He also has short stories in seven Horror anthologies.


Autograph: 15 Euro

Selfie: 5 Euro

Groupselfie: 20 Euro


Caroline Munro


Caroline Munro is an English actress and model known for her many appearances in horror, science fiction and action films of the 1970s and 1980s. 

In 1977, she was the legandary Bondgirl Naomi in The Spy Who Loved Me.

she was also in Dracula AD 1972 and the Golden Voyage of Sinbad


Autograph: TBA

Selfie: 10 Euro

Bond Girl Selfie : 20 Euro

Guy Siner


Guy Siner  is an American-born English actor best known for his role as Lieutenant Hubert Gruber in the British television series

Guy will be in his Uniform for Selfies with fans

Autograph: 15 Euro

Selfie : 5 Euro

Groupselfie: 20 Euro

Robert Watts


cancelled due heath issues

John Coopinger


John Coppinger is a sculptor and was one of the design and fabrication supervisors for the environmental creatures in The Dark Crystal. Models that he produced for the film include those of walking trees for a swamp sequence, and he supervised the creation of moving flowers, flying seeds, a giant swamp creature, and the crystal spiders on Aughra's mountain. Also with Jim Henson's Creature Shop, Coppinger worked on the computer-generated models for the film, Babe, on sea creatures for the mini-series The Odyssey and others. Beyond Henson, Coppinger was instrumental in designing Jabba the Hutt for Return of the Jedi and performed as a Wookiee Senator in Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. He has also worked on Return to Oz with many of his Dark Crystal colleagues, The Fifth Element, and Harry Potter. While continuing to make models for films and museums, Coppinger has added author to his resume, publishing his first novel in 2008.

Autograph: 15 Euro
Selfie: 5 Euro
Group Selfie 20 Euro

Mike Edmonds



Mike Edmonds is a 4'4'' actor who served as an additional performer on The Dark Crystal, playing Aughra as a full-bodied character for certain scenes.

Edmonds has been a staple of sci-fi and fantasy film projects, including roles in two Star Wars movies, playing an Ugnaught in The Empire Strikes Back and Ewok medicine man Logray in Return of the Jedi. On the latter, he also puppeteered Jabba the Hutt's tail. Other film credits include Flash Gordon, Time Bandits (a leading role as Og,  and Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (as bar patron Stretch). In television, he played Little Ron on the British children's comedy Maid Marian and Her Merry Men from 1989 until 1994, and appeared as a dwarf librarian in the miniseries The 10th Kingdom.


Autograph 15 Euro

Selfie 5 euro

Group Selfie : 20 Euro

Simon J. Williamson


Simon was one of the foremost mime artist/creature performers in film/tv industry in the early 1980’s. You will have seen his work in Star Wars Return of the Jedi, Jim Henson’s Dark Crystal, Frank Oz’s Little Shop of Horrors, and in three Muppet films.

Simon regards Max Rebo as the main character he played in STAR WARS: RETURN OF THE JEDI, but he also had a lot of fun playing Gamorrean guards – Jubnuk (who gets eaten by the monstrous Rancor) and Gartogg, the main guard in Jabba’s palace. He also played a Mon Calamari officer and assisted Mike Quinn in his masterful puppeteering of Nein Numb.

Six months before his engagement on RETURN OF THE JEDI, Simon finished a year’s work on Jim Henson’s groundbreaking DARK CRYSTAL. His main characters were the Mystic (UrRu), Ursol, the Chanter; plus Garthim, Skekses, pod people ..etc.

Autograph: 15 Euro
Selfie: 5 Euro
Groupselfie: 20 Euro

Simon J. Williamson



Andy Herd


Andy has worked in the entertainment business for many years now and has been in some of the most popular films of all time .


Here is a list of some of the films and TV shows that Andy has worked on over the years : ' Willow ' starring Warwick Davis and Val Kilmer ( 1987 ) , ' Labyrinth '  starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly ( 1985 ) , Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2 ' ( 2009 - 2010 ) where Andy portrayed a Gringotts Goblin and he also worked on one of the most iconic and beloved films ever .... ' Star Wars Return of the Jedi ' where he played two characters. An Ewok and a Jawa in Jabba's Palace . 

Autograph: 15 Euro
Selfie: 5 Euro
Groupselfie: 20 Euro



Paul Weston


Paul Weston played Feyn Vann, a scientist who served as a leading researcher to build the Death Star in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story . But he Worked also on  Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, He played the Nikto character Vedain

He worked on “James Bond” movies as Stuntman and Stunt Actor. On “Moonraker” he doubled for “Jaws” jumping from one cable car to another. As stunt team Supervisor on “Octopussy” he doubled for Roger Moore

On “Moonraker” he doubled for “Jaws” jumping from one cable car to another. As stunt team Supervisor on “Octopussy” he doubled for Roger Moore, running over the train roof, ducking under bridges and diving over pipes. He was once again, delighted to become part of the “James Bond” team and Stunt Coordinate “The Living Daylights” and “A Licence to Kill”.

Then he was Flying Double for Christopher Reeves on “Superman” and was in Indiana Jones 3.


Autograph: 15 Euro

Selfie: 5 Euro

Groupselfie: 20 Euro