Lifetime’s newest Christmas movie is sure to warm viewers’ hearts in time for Christmas. Four Christmases and a Wedding follows Chloe (played by Arielle Kebbel,) an event planner who is hired to plan the local Christmas festival. She is beyond thrilled to take on the challenge.
Professionally, everything is going great for Chloe. Much to the dismay of her mother, Chloe confesses that she doesn’t believe she will ever find Mr. Right. That all changes when Chloe meets Evan at the opening night of the festival. The 2 begin a romance, but that’s all threated when Chloe learns that Evan is being transferred overseas for his work. The pair cross path for the next 3 Christmas celebrations, with something standing in the way of true love each time. When the pair meets up for a fourth Christmas, a touch of Santa’s magic may be able to finally end the pattern.
Four Christmases and a Wedding is produced by Annuit Coeptis Entertainment. The movie is executive produced by Timothy O. Johnson. Marita Grabiak directs a script written by Barbara Kymlicka.
Read on to meet the cast of Lifetime’s new movie.
Arielle Kebbel as Chloe
Arielle Caroline Kebbel plays Chloe in Lifetime’s movie. Kebbel is an American model and actress known for her roles in The Vampire Diaries, True Blood, Life Unexpected, 90210, Gilmore Girls, UnREAL and Ballers. She has also been featured in Hallmark and Lifetime movies.
Kebbel has also starred in a number of films that made debuts at film festivals such as the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival with Brooklyn Brothes Beat the Best. She also worked with Rob Lowe and Jeremy Piven in I Melt With You in the Sundance Film Festival. She has also appeared in John Tucker Must Die, The Grudge 2, and The Uninvited.
Markie Post as Chloe’s Mother
Marjorie Armstrong “Markie” Post plays Chloe’s mother in Four Christmases and a Wedding. Post is an American actress known for her role as bail bondsman Terri Michaels in The Fall Guy on ABC and as public defender Christine Sullivan on the NBC sitcom Night Court. She then portrayed Gorgie Anne Lahti Hartman on the CBS sitcom Hearts Afire from 1992 to 1995. Post now appears as a recurring character named Bunny on Chicago P.D.
Before beginning her formal acting career, Post worked on several game shows like Tom Kennedy’s Split Second, and she worked as an associate producer on Alex Trebek’s Double Dare. Her earliest film credits include the role of Cameron Diaz’s characters mother in There’s Something About Mary in 1998. Post was also the voice of June Darvy on the animated series Transformers: Prime.
Corey Sevier as Evan
Corey Daniel Sevier is a Canadian actor best known for his role on the Fox television series North Shore as Gabriel McKay and as Timmy Cabot in Lassie. His television credits include a 2-episode arc on the show Instant Star and an episode of The Dresden Files and in the film The Secret. Sevier appeared in an episode of Smallville. His film credits include portraying Carter in Ryan Little’s 2007 film House of Fears and the role of Cygnus in 2016’s The Northlander.