Glen "Kane" Jacobs - BUBBA FEST! 2018

Kane

Glenn Thomas Jacobs, better known as WWE Superstar Kane, has been an iconic figure in professional wrestling for over 20 years.

Kane’s career has been marked by some stellar and brutally woeful contests in the ring against some of the biggest names in WWE, including The Undertaker, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, Edge and others. He has also pioneered some of the most vicious stipulations of all time, including First Blood, Inferno, Stretcher and even Till Death Do Us Part Matches. Like his sibling, Kane wields a highly-decorated mantle of WWE glory, including reigns as WWE Champion, World Heavyweight Champion and ECW Champion. He has shown near-unprecedented versatility in the tag team ranks as well, finding championship success with a litany of partners such as X-Pac, Big Show and even twice with The Deadman.

Kane will be at BUBBA FEST! on Saturday and Sunday (August 11th and 12th) to sign autographs and take photos with fans, don’t miss out y’all! Get your tickets today!

Kevin McNally - Pirates of the Caribbean

Kevin McNally

Kevin McNally was born on April 27, 1956, in Bristol, England. He grew up in Birmingham where he attended Redhill and Mapledene Junior schools and Central Grammar School for Boys. At the age of 16, he got his first job at Birmingham Repertory Theatre. A year later he received a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. In 1975 he won the Best Actor Bancroft Gold Medal for his stage performance. McNally’s most notable stage performances in London’s West End include his appearance as Alan Bennett opposite Maggie Smith in ‘The Lady in the Van’ and opposite Juliette Binoche in ‘Naked’. He also starred as Richard in Terry Johnson’s ‘Dead Funny’ at the Savoy Theatre.

Kevin has appeared in many movies and television shows during the course of his career including Downton Abbey, Supernatural, and TURN: Washington’s Spies on AMC as Judge Richard Woodhull. Kevin is best known for his portrayal as pirate Joshamee Gibbs in Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

Kevin will join us in our BUBBA FEST! Kids Zone to sign autographs, take photos, and meet with fans.

Lee Majors - BUBBA FEST! 2018

Lee Majors

Lee Majors was born April 23, 1939, in Wyandotte, Michigan. A gifted athlete, Majors attended Indiana University on a football scholarship, before transferring to Eastern Kentucky State College (now Eastern Kentucky University). There, he suffered a back injury that left him paralyzed for a short time. Though he recovered, the experience made Majors put aside thoughts of a career in sports. He graduated in 1962 with a degree in physical education, but had a desire to break into acting.

He worked as a park recreation director for the City of Los Angeles before entering show business in 1963. In Los Angeles, Majors studied acting with Estelle Harmon at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios. Promoted as a “new James Dean,” Majors soon began to land small parts. His breakthrough role was in the TV Western The Big Valley (1965-69). The Big Valley gave Majors a chance to learn the ropes from a veteran performer, the legendary Barbara Stanwyck. As he explained to Fox News in 2013, Stanwyck “took me under her wing. She was a disciplinarian and taught me. The main thing was to be on time, know your lines, hit your mark and keep your mouth shut.”

After The Big Valley ended, Majors appeared on another Western, The Virginian, and then the legal drama Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law. Majors next was cast in the title role in The Six Million Dollar Man, a TV movie that aired in 1973.

The Six Million Dollar Man featured Majors as Steve Austin, an astronaut who was rebuilt with bionic technology after an accident. Following this transformation, Austin went to work as an agent for a special branch of the government. The TV movie’s success led to a series, which aired from 1974 to 1978 and turned Majors into an international superstar.

After The Six Million Dollar Man, Majors enjoyed another wave of popularity with The Fall Guy (1981-86). In this action series, he played a stuntman who supplemented his income by working as a bounty hunter. In the 1980s and ’90s, Majors also revisited his iconic Six Million Dollar Man role in several TV movies.

Majors has continued to work steadily throughout his career. In recent years, he appeared on The Game, Weeds and Raising Hope. In 2013, Majors was seen on Dallas, where he shared scenes with Linda Gray. More recently, Lee has appeared in the STARZ series Ash vs Evil Dead in the recurring role of Brock Williams. In 2017, Lee reunited onscreen with Lindsay Wagner in The Hallmark Channel movie Eat, Play, Love.