A Christmas Snow has an incredible cast, every day of filming was a joy and the cast and crew quickly formed into a family. We had such a good time that even veteran actor, Muse Watson said that A Christmas Snow was his favorite film of his acting career. What an honor! Take a minute to learn about our cast below and if you would like information on setting up an interview please use our contact page here and we’ll get in touch with you shortly.
A native of Edmonton, Canada, Catherine Mary Stewart began her acting career after moving to Los Angeles in the early 80’s. On television, she made her debut as “Daisy” on Everything’s Coming Up Daisies going on to win attention in the daytime drama Days of Our Lives before moving on to prime time hits like Knight Rider. In film, Stewart landed a few small roles but her first major career break came when she was cast leads in the cult classics The Last Star Fighter, Night of the Comet and her most recognizable role “Gwen” in the comedy Weekend at Bernie’s.
Throughout her career Stewart has had the opportunity to work alongside such luminaries as Christopher Reeve, Charles Bronson, Robert Mitchum, Jean Simmons, Robert Stack, Karl Malden, Candice Bergen, Anthony Hopkins, Angie Dickinson, Peter Scolari, Darren McGavin, Billy Zane, Betty White, Amy Smart and Eric Roberts. Stewart is very busy in both film and television, recently finishing the feature film A Christmas Snow with renowned actors Muse Watson and Anthony Tyler Quinn along with new comer Cameron ten Napel.
Equally comfortable on the theater stage as he is in front of the camera, Muse Watson first gained notice with several strong performances on stage that helped pave the way for a feature film and television career. His diverse roles in Sommersby, Something to Talk About, Assassins, and Rosewood brought him mainstream recognition but it was the villainous “Ben Willis” in the trendy thriller I Know What You Did Last Summer films and From Dusk Till Dawn 2 that propelled him in the limelight as a chameleonic actor. He made equally impressionable appearances in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and Sundance Film-Festival award-winner Songcatcher, challenging himself by playing unique characters.
Transitioning to the small screen, Watson delivered stellar performances in several made-for-television movies including Blind Vengeance and Justice in a Small Town; and the television series, American Gothic, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Matlock, The Lazarus Man, JAG, Walker Texas Ranger, Ghost Whisperer, CSI, and The Mentalist. Going on to land his most notorious TV roles as “Mike Franks” in the award winning drama NCIS and “Charles Westmoreland” in the Emmy & Golden Globes nominated & People’s Choice Awards – winner Prison Break.
Raised in the Dallas area, Cameron Ten Napel began acting at the age of four. Soon after working with acting coach Cathryn Sullivan she signed with the prestigious Kim Dawson Agency. Now 10, Cameron has already built an enviable resume including over 20 commercials; both local and national, and appeared in the popular children’s program Barney and Friends. Cameron has also filmed A House Divided, a pilot for ABC, alongside actor Dillon McDermott, and directed by Michael Rymer. Last year she played ‘Amy’ in the feature film Cool Dog, directed by Danny Lerner for Millennium Films.
She currently finished filming A Christmas Snow in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as the sassy “Lucy” alongside Catherine Mary Stewart, Anthony Tyler Quinn, and Muse Watson. Cameron has starred in commercials for AT&T, the Container Store, Blue Bell Ice Cream and most recently as a spokesperson for her hometown favorites Texas Ranger’s Baseball, alongside baseball great Nolan Ryan.
Known for his role on TV as Jonathon Turner in the hit show, Boy Meets World Anthony Tyler Quinn has recently made the transition to the big screen with a lead role in the feature film, No Greater Love along with his role of Andrew in the holiday film, A Christmas Snow.
Continuing with his success on the small screen, he has been seen on such shows as, Dexter, Cold Case, Ghost Whisperer, The Mentalist, Hank, and House.
Craig Walter – (Martin) IMDB Page
Tina Eberle – (Mother) IMDB Page
Robert Harris III – (Store Clerk)
Jordan Matlock – (Thug #1) IMDB Page
Bryan Mirzaian – (Server)
Hannah Cowan – (Waitress)
Frank Moore – (Prep Cook)
Brian Shoop – (Bill) IMDB Page
Nissa Svantner – (Server)
Wes Trost – (Thug 2)
Adam Stewart – (Delivery Man)