Comic Con Africa Guest Spotlight - Khylin Rhambo and Dylan Sprayberry

Comic Con Africa Guest Spotlight – Khylin Rhambo and Dylan Sprayberry

It’s finally time; after a two-year long break, Comic Con Africa is opening their doors once more this coming Thursday. Over the last week, we have channelled our excitement for the event into taking a deeper look at the international guests Comic Con Africa will be flying in for the event. We covered Tati Gabrielle before she, unfortunately, pulled out of the event, Jamie Campbell Bower, Ross Butter and Selwyn Ward. But now it’s time to look into not one but two Teen Wolf actors and friends, Khylin Rhambo and Dylan Sprayberry.

“Just seeing some of the tweets, and how I’ve had a positive impact on people just by doing what I love. It’s a great experience, and I’m honoured to do it.” -Khylin Rhambo

Comic Con Africa Guest Spotlight - Khylin Rhambo and Dylan Sprayberry

Born on the 8th of January 1996, Khylin Rhambo is an American actor best known for his roles as Mason Hewitt on MTV’s Teen Wolf and Charles Johnson from The First Family. Before landing his breakout roles, Khylin was already familiar with the industry.

Khylin started his career at a very young age. Before taking his first acting class at eight, he had already worked as a model for brands like Lee Jeans, Hasbro, Disney and Mattel Toys. Not long after his first few acting classes, the naturally charismatic Khylin started to get noticed by talent agents and was booked for roles in several commercials before moving on to TV Series and Movies.

Khylin Rhambo – Where Have You Seen Him Before?

  • Reed Between The Lines (TV Series) as Dillon
  • Criminal Minds (TV Series) as Damon Weeks
  • Ender’s Game (Movie) as Dink Meeker
  • The First Family (TV Series) as Charles Johnson
  • Teen Wolf (TV Series) as Mason Hewitt
  • 47 Meters Down Uncaged (Movie) as Carl
  • Just Say When (Short) as James
  • Blow’n Up (Short) as Dante
  • Flower Boy (Short) as Cypress

“We’re all just trying to make art. We want to make something special for people to watch. It’s something that we all have fun doing” – Dylan Sprayberry

Dylan Sprayberry, born July 7th 1998, was born and raised in Houston, Texas and started acting at about the same time many started walking. He booked for his first professional acting role at only three years old, and Dylan has been busy ever since. In 2014, Dylan would secure a role that would skyrocket his acting career when he portrayed the young Clark Kent in the 2013 film Man of Steel and then Liam Dunbar on the MTV series Teen Wolf.

In 2006, Dylan’s parents relocated him to Los Angeles so that he could pursue his acting career full-time. After the move, Dylan appeared in multiple comedy and drama network television shows. After the conclusion of Teen Wolf, Dylan continued his career, booking various supporting roles in movies while also getting into script writing and recording his debut EP.

Comic Con Africa Guest Spotlight - Khylin Rhambo and Dylan Sprayberry

Dylan Sprayberry – Where Have You Seen Him Before?

  • The Sunday Man (Short) as Bully
  • My Father (Movie) as Young Steven
  • iCarly (TV Series) as Matthew
  • MADtv (TV Series) as Tyler
  • Soccer Mom (Movie) as Sammy Handler
  • Criminal Minds (TV Series) as Sam Cunningham
  • Spaced (TV Movie) as Goat Boy
  • The Honeysting (Short) as Andy Wilder
  • Chasing a Dream (TV Movie) as 8-Year-Old John Van Horn
  • State of the Union (TV Series) as Jesse
  • The Three Gifts (TV Movie) as Mike Crane
  • Bedrooms (Movie) as Max
  • Seamus and Magellan (Short) as Sam
  • Shuffle (Movie) as Young Lovell
  • Glee (TV Series) as Young Cooper
  • Common Law (TV Series) as Hunter
  • Man of Steel (Movie) as Clark Kent
  • Vanished (Movie) as Flynn
  • Teen Wolf (TV Series) as Liam Dunbar
  • The Row (Movie) as Carter West
  • Light as a Feather (TV Series) as Henry Richmond
  • Angie: Lost Girls (Movie) as Mario
  • Malibu Horror Story (Movie) as Josh DeDavidson
  • Blow’n Up (Short) as Eli
  • Sick (Movie) as DJ
Arielle is a writer who spends more time indoors writing about comics, games and all things geeky than what her mom would approve of. All Arielle wants is money in her bank account, but somehow, she keeps buying collectables that stop that from ever happening.

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