Candace Cameron Bure, Tim Rozon, Beth Broderick and Fred Keating

Lauren Gabriel leaves everything behind in Boston to embark on a new chapter in her life and career. But an unforeseen detour to the charming town of Grandon Falls has her discover unexpected new chapters – of the heart and of family – helping her to embrace, once again, the magic of Christmas. Starring Candace Cameron Bure, Tim Rozon and Beth Broderick.



Actress, producer, host, New York Times best-selling author, inspirational speaker, mother of three and wife Candace Cameron Bure is emerging as one of the most powerful women in entertainment. She currently appears on four different television networks (ABC, Netflix, Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries) and is considered by millions as a role model to women of all ages. Viewers watched Bure grow up as D.J. Tanner in the beloved television series “Full House” during the show's eight-year run. After taping its final episode in 1995, “Full House” still ranks as one of the most successful series of all time.

Bure has stepped back into her role as D.J. in Netflix's top-rated original series “Fuller House.” The much buzzed about series follows Bure (D.J.) as a widow and mother of three, and when things become too much to handle, she calls in the help of her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber). Guest appearances throughout the series include the original legacy cast members John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier. Entering its fifth season this year, they have won multiple Teen Choice, People’s Choice and Kids Choice Awards. After finishing a three-year run as her character Summer Van Horn on ABC Family Network’s “Make It or Break It,” Bure became the executive producer with her production company iCandy Productions for her hit mystery movie series “The Aurora Teagarden Mysteries” on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries in which she plays the title character. The series is based on the books by New York Times best-selling author Charlaine Harris.

Bure recently released her fifth book, Kind is the New Classy: The Power of Living Graciously following her success with Staying Stylish: Cultivating a Confident Look, Style & Attitude. Her third book, Dancing Through Life: Steps of Courage and Conviction, was another break out success, which chronicled her journey of self-discovery on season 18 of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” Her first two books, Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness and Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose made her a New York Times best- selling author. Last year Bure released her first fiction book, which also happened to be her first children’s book, Candace Center Stage. Bure has starred in multiple movies for Hallmark Channel, including “Puppy Love,” “Moonlight & Mistletoe,” “Let It Snow,” “Finding Normal,” the Emmy-nominated “The Heart of Christmas,” “Christmas Detour,” “Christmas Under Wraps,” “Journey Back to Christmas” and 2017’s “Switched for Christmas. All these films have been top-rated for the network.

With a philanthropic spirit that shines through her work, Bure is passionate about non-profits Skip1.org, Compassion International and National House of Hope.

A devoted wife to her husband, former NHL star Val Bure (the two were introduced at a hockey game by Dave Coulier), the couple has been happily married since 1996. Together with their three children, Natasha, Lev and Maks, they split their time between Los Angeles and Napa Valley, California, which is home to their highly rated boutique wine label, Bure Family Wines.


Rozon’s first major role was playing heartthrob Tommy Quincy opposite Alexz Johnson and Laura Vandervoort for four seasons on the teen drama series “Instant Star” for TeenNick (USA) and CTV (Canada). He was then cast as the series lead Alex Caine, playing a gang infiltrator, in “Befriend and Betray” for Shaw TV (Canada). Recent series leads include two seasons playing Mutt Schitt on the CBC/Netflix runaway hit comedy “Schitt’s Creek” opposite comedy icons Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara and Chris Elliott, and playing the infamous lawman and charismatic gambler Doc Holliday for three seasons on the SyFy series “Wynonna Earp.” Last year Rozon had the series regular role of RCMP Constable Carson Myers, stand-up lawman and love interest, on the CBC series “Diggstown” opposite Natasha Henstridge and Vinessa Antoine. This year, he will be seen in the lead role of Isaac, lawyer turned outer space rogue, in the new SyFy series “Vagrant Queen.”

Rozon won a prestigious Gemini Award (the “Canadian Emmy”) for his performance in the series “Flashpoint” (CTV/CBS) and was nominated for another Gemini for work in “Befriend and Betray.” He was thrilled when “Wynonna Earp” won the People’s Choice Award for Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy show of 2018. Off camera, Rozon has many talents in the entertainment business. He is a voiceover actor, most notably voicing a leading role in the animated feature film The Legend of Sarila opposite Christopher Plummer and Genevieve Bujold. He produced the documentary feature Shuckers about the world of oysters and those who shuck them. And he is very proud of his work co- writing multiple Wynonna Earp graphic novels with creator Beau Smith for IDW. When not acting, Rozon plays the role of restaurateur in Montreal at his hit restaurants Garde Manger and Le Bremner opposite star chef Chuck Hughes.


Fred Keating has a long and multi-faceted career in theatre, radio, TV and film in character roles and as a host, motivational speaker and podcast producer/host. While on contract as a Visiting Lecturer at University of Alberta (1976-1977), he was one of the founding cast members of Edmonton's Catalyst Theatre, performing the characters he created in many of the dramatic vignettes used in the CBC Television Specials Incarceration, Rape in Reality and Dying at Home. All this structured improv work came in handy when SCTV (1976) produced several seasons in the early 80's at ITV studios in Edmonton. From background to speaking roles, Fred got to work with John Candy, Eugene Levy and others in the troupe. He worked as Host/Writer/Producer for Alberta's corporate production companies and broadcasters and incorporated Lindisfarne Productions Inc. (1984) with offices in Edmonton AB and Maple Ridge BC, Canada. [www.showtellmove.com] Fred's 170 nationwide episodes of Superchannel's "Mailbag" and "Movieweek" (1983-1986) introduced Canada to Pay-TV. Moving to Vancouver (1997) generated an abundance of film and television work that continues to this day. He still teaches stage combat and fight choreography at university drama departments and schools. Since 2016, Fred has also co-produced and co-hosted 125 audio podcasts of "Monetizing Your Creativity", interviews with successful media careerists with helpful information to share with emerging artists. On his new podcast, "Fred Keating & Friends", he interviews Dr. Jane Goodall, as he has hosted several of her live presentations in Canada over the years. [https://youtu.be/7dG4tHqcLbg] And, as such, he's become a familiar "Roastmaster" at their corporate affairs and special events. Dubbed Canada's "Massacre of Ceremonies", Fred presides over a variety of annual conferences, award shows and special charity events. [www.fredkeating.ca]


Beth Broderick made her motion picture debut as the sexy neighbor who seduces a young, innocent Jonathan Silverman in Stealing Home, which starred Jodie Foster and Mark Harmon. She has also appeared on the big screen in Psycho Beach Party, Bonfire of the Vanities with Bruce Willis, Fools Rush In, starring Matthew Perry and Selma Hayek, American Playhouse’s “1000 Pieces of Gold,” “Shadow Hunter,” “French Exit,” “The Silencer,” “Man of the Year,” “States Evidence,” “Tom’s Nu Heaven” and “Timber Falls.” The film “Fly Away” was a huge critical success and has won numerous awards on the festival circuit. Broderick starred in several television series including: “Sabrina the Teen-aged Witch” with Melissa Joan Hart, “The Five Mrs. Buchanan’s” with acclaimed actress Judith Ivey who remains a cherished friend, as well as “Hearts Afire” with John Ritter and Billy Bob Thornton. She also starred opposite Brad Pitt, playing a straight-shooting newspaper editor, in the series “Glory Days.” She recently appeared in the short lived critically acclaimed series “Lone Star” and was a recurring character on ABC’s “Lost” playing Diane, mother of the criminally minded Katie. Beth has also appeared as a guest star on numerous shows including “The Closer,” “CSI,” “Bionic Woman,” “Cold Case,” “Castle,” “Leverage” and “ER.” Broderick also had roles in such television movies as “Homeland Security” opposite Tom Skerrit, as well as “Ordinary Heroes,” “Are You Lonesome Tonight?,” “Into the Deep Woods,” “Justice in a Small Town,” “Maternal Instincts” and the recent hit “Revenge of the Bridesmaids.” Beth has appeared on stage at the Blank Theater in Heads heralded by the LA Times as tone of the top ten plays of 07. IN 08 she appeared at the Northlight Theater in Chicago reprising her performance in the one-woman show Bad Dates. The show had its west coast premiere at the Laguna Playhouse in the fall of 06. Beth has appeared in numerous LA productions including Zastrozzi at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, Triplets in Unison at the Skylight Theatre Hollywood and Carnal Knowledge at the Pasadena Playhouse. Her NY credits include numerous appearances Off-Broadway; among them Murder at the Rutherford House, Elizabeth Rex the Musical and Stage Door. Beth Broderick is a jack of all trades who has mastered many. Her impressive resume includes not only roles in numerous feature films and television shows, but script writing, voiceover work and theatrical performances. Broderick is also a tireless humanitarian, being a founder of MOMENTUM, one of the country’s first organizations to help people with AIDS. Beth is also a well-known essayist and a featured contributor to the Huffington Post.


Courtesy of Hallmark Channel

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