Interview: Chad Lindberg talks Supernatural, iconic mullets, paranormal experiences and Oz Comic Con

Every now and then an actor comes onto a show as a guest star and somehow ends up becoming an iconic piece of its history. For Chad Lindberg that show is Supernatural and that role was Ash aka Dr Bad-Ass the computer genius geek sporting the mullet hairdo that lived in the Roadhouse diner with the Harvelle’s.

Seven years later though, Lindberg has been in plenty more shows as a character actor guest star but also returned to the realm of the supernatural with the series he hosted called Ghost Stalkers. Visiting for Oz Comic Con Brisbane and Sydney we got to sit down with Lindberg to discuss his work.

In Part One of our interview with Chad we discuss Supernatural and how it has impacted his life, the iconic mullet and whether Ash’s mullet would rival Eric Bana’s “Poida”. As well as taking his love of the paranormal to a whole new level with his show Ghost Stalkers.

In Part Two of our chat with Chad he discussed the Bring Back Jesse Project and that charity work and its connections to Fast And The Furious. As well as his forthcoming project Party Monsters that’s basically like Entourage but with classic supernatural monsters that also stars Gil McKinney and Jeff Branson.

Chad Lindberg appeared as part of the Brisbane and Sydney Oz Comic Con 2017 tour.
Brisbane Convention and Exhbition Centre – 23rd and 24th September
ICC Sydney Darling Harbour – 30th September and 1st October
Oz Comic Con Will return in 2018.


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Carina Nilma

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