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Stranger Things' Star to Attend Middle East Film and Comic Con This Year

One of our favourite Stranger Things' stars is heading to Dubai this April for the 2018 edition of MEFCC

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7 March 2018

Last updated on 13 November 2018
Natalia Dyer at Middle East Film and Comic Con 2018

To add to the already outstanding line-up at this year's Middle East Film and Comic Con, the team behind one of Dubai's biggest event has today revealed that Natalia Dyer will be attending the 2018 event.

Popularly known as the feisty, funny and determined Nancy Wheeler in Stranger Things, the acclaimed actor will be joining Scottish actress and Doctor Who star, Karen Gillan at this year's event, annually held at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Who is Natalia Dyer?

If you are yet to binge-watch Stranger Things on Netflix, then you're probably scratching your head over who exactly Natalia Dyer is.

Fans came to love and know Natalia as Nancy Wheeler in the Netflix science fiction drama in 2016, following a career that began at the young age of 12 in 2009.

Now at the age of 21, Natalia also previously appeared in the family comedic drama Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009), starring alongside Miley Cyrus.

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Set to run from 5th to 7th April, 2018, MEFCC is one of the biggest annual events on Dubai's calendar.

This year, stars Natalia Dyer and Karen Gillan, will be attending the event alongside Star Trek's Karl Urban, a.k.a. Dr. Leonard 'Bones' McCoy, as well as Jason David Frank from the long-running family TV show, Power Rangers.

Further announcements have confirmed that Cosplayer Alodia Gosiengfiao; and the voices behind Noctis in Final Fantasy XV, Ray Chase, Marvel’s Spider-Man on Disney XC, Robbie Daymond, and Saitama in One-Punch Man, Max Mittelman will be attending this year.

Netflix is also set to participate in this year’s festival to coincide with the unveiling of the trailer for its new series, Lost in Space. And Disney’s Marvel Studios have confirmed participation in the show to celebrate 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.