A Gift Wrapped Christmas is an all new romantic comedy movie that is set to air on the Lifetime Channel tonight. The engrossing new holiday film is directed by Lee Friedlander and written by Barbara Kymlicka with Timothy O. Johnson acting as executive producer. Russ Howard III is responsible for the beautiful music that Lifetime fans will enjoy during the movie. A Gift Wrapped Christmas‘ cast stars Meredith Hagner as Gwen, Travis Milne as Charlie, and Anna Van Hooft as Victoria, according to TV Tango.
Gwen is a talented personal shopper who has a knack for finding the perfect gift around various occasions. In this exciting new flick, Gwen has been hired as a personal shopper for Charlie, a man who works day and night and who takes little time to find the right gift for Christmas. Gwen notices right away that nothing is more important to Charlie than his high-paid executive lifestyle, and his fascination for wearing expensive dark suits and crisply starched shirts.
She also notices that Charlie spends very little time with his 7-year-old son, Owen, a little boy who desperately seeks the attention of his father. Gwen soon realizes that she needs a bigger job than just personal Christmas shopping, her mission is to help Charlie see that he has put his career before people.
In working closely with Gwen, Charlie soon begins to see that he has lost the Christmas spirit, and that spending time with his son and other family members is the most important thing in life. Will the slowly building relationship between Gwen and Charlie turn into a romantic one just in time for Christmas?
A Gift Wrapped Christmas, also known as Gift Wrapped Christmas, seems like the perfect holiday movie to get you in the Christmas spirit. The plot of the movie is similar in theme to a recent Hallmark movie that Inquisitr reported on entitled 12 Days Of Christmas, a movie about a beautiful personal shopper who has been hired by a high-powered corporate type to find him the perfect gifts in 13 days.
And while many people may not be able to relate to the idea of hiring a personal shopper, everyone can identify with allowing life’s duties to take our minds off of the most important things in life, such as taking time for family and finding love around the holidays. Not only does A Gift Wrapped Christmas have an interesting plot, it also has all the picturesque scenes that remind you of a cozy Christmas. Sparkly white lights, beautiful falling snow, and red poinsettias adorn just about every scene in the film.
Lifetime’s A Gift Wrapped Christmas is an independent film produced by the Johnson Production Group. Johnson Production Group is known for its compelling television and motion picture programming. With offices in Los Angeles and Vancouver, this cutting-edge production company continues to be the leader in bringing loyal fans movies that are sure to keep them glued to their seats.
Here’s a little bit about the cast of #AGiftWrappedChristmas, according to a press release issued by Johnson Production Group.
“Meredith Hagner made her screen debut in the CBS daytime soap opera As the World Turnsin 2008, as Liberty Ciccone. She was nominated an Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series in 2009. Hagner starred in the FX short-lived 2011 drama series ‘Lights Out’. Hagner also appeared in a recurring role in the medical comedy ‘Royal Pains’ on USA Network as Libby, and guest-starred on ‘In Plain Sight,’ ‘CSI: Miami,’ and ‘The Following.”
“In 2008, [Travis Milne] landed his first supporting lead role as a lawyer named ‘Eric Baldwin’ in the edgy TV Movie ‘Confessions of a Go-Go Girl.’ A year later he played ‘Bobby’ in Reginald Harkema’s film, ‘Manson My Name is Evil’ -which premiered at the 2009 Toronto Film Festival. Travis had applied to the power engineering program at his home town college, and was three weeks away from going back to trade school before he landed the series ‘Rookie Blue.’ It had it’s world premiere simultaneously in Canada and the U.S. in the summer of 2010, and has now gone on to make 74 episodes.”
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