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Kate Mulgrew At Fan Expo 2012
Toronto

Kate Mulgrew, Captain Kathryn Janeway of the Starship Voyager, addresses a packed Toronto Convention Centre (Hall G - South Building) on August 25, 2012 with a spirited and incredibly tolerant Q&A session.    Hobbystar Marketing's annual Fan Expo highlights at least 2 major Star Trek actors at each year's event.

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