Aaron Sagers is a TV personality, journalist, professional nerd, pop culture guru, and travel junkie. He is an author and expert on topics ranging from geek culture, paranormal pop culture, zombies, comics, and horror. Sagers has been on The Today Show, was Host/Co-Executive Producer on Travel Channel's "Paranormal Paparazzi" (and appeared on the network's "Paranormal Challenge" as a celebrity guest judge), hosted a talk show for Syfy's "Being Human," appeared as HBO's "Game of Thrones" expert for morning shows across the nation and Australia, and filmed a "Travels With Dracula" travel show in Transylvania (with Bram Stoker's direct descendant) -- which led to him returning to Romania for his "Vlad vs. Vlad" segments with Luke Evans supporting Universal Home Entertainment's "Dracula Untold." At the end of December, he appeared on TruTV's "Super Into" with Aaron Paul of "Breaking Bad" to discuss the actor's fascination with the paranormal, and also was filmed for a NewsCorp. video segment discussing the topic for the New York Post and Australia's news site, News.Com.Au. He currently appears on the CONtv streaming network, was turned into a "The Walking Dead" Walker by effects guru Greg Nicotero and spent the day as a zombie, and hosted the filmed "Back to the Future" and "The Breakfast Club" reunions for Universal Home Entertainment. He has appeared on AOL Build, CNN, MTV, BBC, HLN, Huffington Post Live, is Editor At Large for NBC Universal's Blastr.com entertainment site, and is listed as a resident pop culture expert for Travel Channel. He currently hosts the weekly NBC Universal/Syfy podcast "Who Won The Week." He has appeared as a guest or host at live events for Fox, Esquire TV, Focus Features, National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel/Destination America, Syfy, and Universal, and at conventions such as San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic-Con, South By Southwest, and Wizard World Comic Cons. Along with a decade of experience as a journalist and syndicated columnist for MSNBC.com, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Inquirer, Miami Herald, and more, he's founder of ParanormalPopCulture.com -- an entertainment site exploring supernatural, horror and paranormal genres. Sagers has been profiled in The Hollywood Reporter, and he's author of "Paranormal Pop Culture: Rambling and Shambling Through the Entertainment of the Unexplained." Follow his adventures on Twitter and Instagram @AaronSagers.

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