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News Vanessa Williams, Michael C. Hall, Rutina Wesley and "Glee" Stars Will Appear at Comic-Con 2012 Tony Award nominee Vanessa Williams is among the stage actors who will appear at the annual Comic-Con, the East Coast pop-culture event held July 12-15, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Rutina Wesley

Joining Williams (Into the Woods), who stars in ABC's "666 Park Avenue," at Comic-Con will be stage and screen actors Michael C. Hall (Cabaret, Chicago) and Jennifer Carpenter (The Crucible) from "Dexter"; Jonny Lee Miller (After Miss Julie) and Lucy Liu (God of Carnage) from "Elementary"; James Roday (Extinction) and Dulé Hill (Stick Fly) from "Psych"; Orlando Jones (The Wiz at Encores!) from "Black Dynamite"; Alan Tudyk (Spamalot, Prelude to a Kiss) from "Firefly"; Jennifer Morrison (The Miracle Worker) from "Once Upon a Time"; Michael Emerson (Hedda Gabler) from "Person of Interest"; Giancarlo Esposito (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof) from "Revolution"; and Anna Paquin (The Glory of Living), Christopher Meloni (Ireland Gate Theatre's A View From the Bridge) and Rutina Wesley (The Submission) from "True Blood," among others.

As previously reported, cast members from the hit Fox series "Glee" will be part of a panel discussion, which is scheduled to take place in the Indigo Room July 14 beginning at 6 PM PT. The hour-long discussion will be moderated by’s Michael Ausiello.

Panelists will include "Glee" stars Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Darren Criss, Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz and Naya Rivera as well as co-creator/executive producer Brad Falchuk.

"The fans at Comic-Con were among the first to really get behind our show, and we've had such a great time returning there every summer," said Falchuk in a statement. "This was the first year our cast has not gone out on tour, so Ryan [Murphy] and I thought we'd let them have some well-deserved time off. But everyone wanted to be there, and we couldn't be happier to report that 'Glee' is returning to the convention where we feel it all started."

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