Sean Gunn

Sean Gunn is an actor best known for his roles as Kraglin and as the mocap actor for Rocket Raccoon in Guardians of the Galaxy and as Kirk Gleason on the show Gilmore Girls. He is the younger brother of director James Gunn, and often appears in his films.

Sean Gunn will be appearing on Friday, Saturday, & Sunday of Louisville Supercon.

Autograph on an 8×10 photo or on your own item: $30

Selfie/Tableside Photo with your own camera: $30

Autograph & Selfie Combo: $50

Professional Photo Op: $45 BUY NOW

Guardians of the Galaxy Trio Photo Op w/ Michael Rooker, Sean Gunn, & Terry Notary: $120 BUY NOW

Photo Ops include an 8×10 print available within minutes and a digital copy sent via email.

Autographs & Selfies with Sean Gunn will be available for purchase at his booth during Louisville Supercon for cash only.

You must also have an admission ticket to enter the event and redeem an autograph, selfie, photo op, or other celebrity ticket.

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Sean Gunn will take part in a Q&A that will be open to all attendees and included in the price of admission to Louisville Supercon.

Sean Gunn is an actor best known for his roles as Kirk Gleason on the television show Gilmore Girls and Kraglin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, beginning with Guardians of the Galaxy. He is the younger brother of filmmaker James Gunn, and often appears in his films.

Sean’s film roles include Sammy Capulet in the Troma B-movie Tromeo and Juliet, Super, The Belko Experiement, The Hive, and The Giant Mechanical Man.

His television credits include the role of Kirk Gleason in Gilmore Girls. Other TV credits include October Road, Angel, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Bunheads, Glee, Bones, Superstore, and Andy Richter Controls the Universe. Gunn also provided the voice of Swan in the video game Lollipop Chainsaw, which was directed by his brother James Gunn.

In 2014, he provided motion capture acting for Rocket Raccoon and played the role of Kraglin, Yondu Udonta’s second-in-command, in Guardians of the Galaxy, a role he reprised in 2017’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.