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Nov. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Canadian actress
Ramona Milano stars in the upcoming Hallmark movie of the week "A Christmas Song" which will make its national premiere at
8 p.m. EST Saturday, Nov. 3, on The Hallmark Channel.
Directed by Gemini nominated
Timothy Bond, "A Christmas Song" is a family film about two high school musical teachers who face losing their jobs due to budget cuts, so they create a Christmas carol contest in an effort to save the school's music program. An unlikely relationship is berthed as a result.
"It's a love story," says Milano, "about a woman who has given up on the notion of love. I think what people are really going to enjoy is the relationships between teachers, kids, friends and couples."
Milano is known for her recurring role of
Audra Torres on "Degrassi." Milano played
Francesca Vecchio on the hit CBS series "Due South" which earned her two Gemini Award nominations.
Starring in "A Christmas Song" with Milano are Canadian actors
Gabriel Hogan, whose prior credits include the Primetime Emmy winning television show "The Kennedys" and the Gemini Award winning show "The Dating Guy," and
Natasha Henstridge, known for "The Whole Nine Yards" and "Species."
"We had a great time coming up with many ways and takes to deliver a scene," said Milano. "I appreciated the humor in the script and within the characters who seemed to choose self-deprecation over vanity. I like the way they approached situations with natural ability and humor."
Milano plays Jill in "A Christmas Song" opposite Henstridge, who plays Amy. The two characters are close friends despite having contrary viewpoints on romance.