Laura Vandervoort’s ‘A Christmas Together With You’: 5 Things to Know
Follow Megan and Frank, a father-daughter duo, as they search for his long-lost love in this Hallmark romance.
Hallmark is releasing a brand new romantic film, and it appears to be quite lovely.
‘A Christmas Together With You’ follows Frank as he searches for his old love, Megan, who inadvertently falls in love with someone new.
The Hallmark romance sets the tone for the holiday season by promising a sweet story in which Frank tries to reclaim his high school sweetheart’s heart after many years.
Continue reading to learn more about the cast of the upcoming special film Christmas To Countdown.
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Megan (Laura Vandervoort)
Laura Dianne Vandervoort is a Canadian actress who debuted in 1997 at the age of thirteen.
She landed the lead role in the CTV teen drama series ‘Instant Star’ at the age of 19, after appearing in commercials and guest roles in shows such as ‘Mutant X,’ ‘Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story,’ ‘Goosebumps,’ and others.
Following that, the actress appeared in a variety of films.
She is best known for her roles as Arla “The Bolt-Gun Killer” Cogan in the supernatural drama ‘Haven,’ Kara Zor-El in The CW serial drama ‘Smallville,’ and Lisa in the ABC science fiction series ‘V.’
In ‘A Christmas Together With You,’ she will play the lead.
She also starred in Hallmark Channel’s ‘Playing Cupid,’ as part of the network’s Love Ever After programming event, in addition to the upcoming film.
She most recently starred alongside Ian Somerhalder in Netflix’s ‘V-Wars.’
Frank played by Harry Lennix
Harry Joseph Lennix III is an accomplished veteran actor from the United States.
He made his acting debut in 1983 and has since gone on to star in some of the most well-known films.
‘Titus,’ ‘The Matrix Reloaded,’ ‘Man of Steel,’ ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,’ ‘Ray,’ ‘A Beautiful Soul,’ and others are among his many credits.
However, he is best known for his portrayal of Terrence “Dresser” Williams in Robert Townsend’s film “The Five Heartbeats.”
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