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Wray Nerely is a struggling actor who starred as a spaceship pilot on Spectrum, a cult classic science fiction series. He navigates the odd people and incidents he encounters along the way while learning to love the fans he has.
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Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. See more awards »

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 Wray Nerely (25 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Jack Moore (17 episodes, 2015-2017)
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 Bobbie / ... (16 episodes, 2015-2017)
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Wray Nerely is a struggling actor who starred as a spaceship pilot on Spectrum, a canceled science fiction series that went on to become a cult classic. Wray's good friend Jack Moore, who starred as the ship's captain, has become an A-list movie star. Frustrated by Jack's success and his lack thereof, Wray travels the science fiction convention circuit, makes appearances at comic book stores, and visits pop culture events. He navigates the odd people and incidents he encounters along the way while learning to love the fans he has. Written by Anonymous

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Because "Convention Man" doesn't sound as cool.

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15 September 2015 (USA)  »

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When Alan Tudyk had a guest-starring role on a season 5 episode of the TV series Justified, he was credited not as Alan Tudyk but as "Wray Nerely" - the name of his washed-up actor character in Con Man. See more »

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Referenced in Geeks Who Drink: iJustine vs. Alan Tudyk (2015) See more »

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Not very funny.
28 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

I was excited as any fan to see Alan Tudyk and many other stars come together on the screen, but that excitement went away as soon as the storyline started. The script and the humor of awkward situations quickly gets tiresome. The acting of Alan Tudyk and the woman who plays his convention assistant seemed forced. Sean Astin and several other characters were entertaining though. And oddly enough, the only time me and my fiancée really laughed was when the thank you credits got started. I don't know why that was so funny. I hope the next couple of episodes improve. The fourth episode had me feeling like they were making fun of the people who attend conventions. It left a bad feeling.


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