Fantasy film for Yuletide season: ‘A Mermaid for Christmas’ opens Dec. 7

There’s one magical and fun-filled movie coming this December for all ages — welcoming the holiday season with a splashy touch via A Mermaid for Christmas. Combining a classic Christmas story and fantasy element of a mermaid, this family-friendly movie is hitting theaters on December 7.

See how the lovely actress, Jessica Morris as mermaid Daphne, brings forth warmth, love and hope in this whimsical holiday offering of WFL Productions and released by Lenaz Film Production.

“A Mermaid for Christmas” also showcases the wholesome family-friendly performances of Daytime Emmy® nominated and award-winning actor and producer Kyle Lowder as Travis Hunter, Kathleen Gati as Connie Hunter and Arianne Zucker as Tiffany Devereaux, with Sheree J. Wilson as Theodora and Chadwick Armstrong as Beau Hunter.

Filipino-American Arsy Grindulo, Jr. is the executive producer of “A Mermaid for Christmas,” with Tess Reyes and Imelda Napa as producers.

Executive producer Arsy Grindulo, Jr. was joined by actor-producer Kyle Lowder during a media conference where they gamely answered questions virtually.

Filled with humor and a touch of magic, “A Mermaid for Christmas” was written and directed by Michael Caruso. The film combines classic Christmas themes with an escapist fantasy element only a mermaid can provide.

Jessica Morris starred in Lifetime TV’s hit film, “The Wrong Teacher.” She also had guest starring roles in popular primetime shows including Fox’s “Rosewood” and TNT’s (Turner Network Television) “Perception.”

She recently reappeared in episodes of Freedom’s “Party of Five” remake and will soon be seen in “The Upshaws” on Netflix.

Leading man Kyle Lowder started his career more than two decades ago when he was cast in the role of Brady Black on the NBC soap opera, “Days of Our Lives,” where he stayed on until 2005. He went on to play Rick Forester in “The Bold and the Beautiful,” from 2007 to 2011. Most recently, Kyle returned to “Days of Our Lives” in a contract role.

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