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Zack Ignoffo, Mandy Mills, Kate McGarrigle set to join 'He'll Be Home For Christmas'

A little over a month before production has begun for "He'll Be Home for Christmas" and Zack Ignoffo and Mandy Mills have been cast to play Hunter and Morgan Molletti, replacing former cast members Eddie Nason and Stephanie Santos Prata.


Kate McGarrible is set to play the adult version of Hazel in the final episode.


Ignoffo is a Chicago-born actor, currently working in New York City. After several years abroad in Shanghai, China, working as a Mandarin translator and actor, he returned to study method acting at the Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute.



KATE MCGARRIGLE, ZACK IGNOFFO, MANDY MILLS SET TO JOIN CHRISTMAS SERIES.


Ignoffo is a former black-belt in Tae Kwon Do, fluent in Mandarin Chinese, and avid taichi and yoga enthusiast. He is currently learning to play the guitar, which is proving to be his greatest challenge yet.


Film credits include: "The Tender Barm" "Nowhere is Safe," "Katie Fforde: Ein Haus am Meer" and "The Dog Heist." He also guest starred as Ken in the first season of HBO's "Julia."


Mills is an actress and a writer. A Colorado native, she is of Greek, Italian, and German descent. She trained at The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and continued to train in New York and Los Angeles, booking roles in "The Last O.G." on TBS, Webber Studio's feature film "There is Many Like Us," and the Somnium Pictures feature film "Dark My Light."


Mills is a member of Women in Film and Television and SAG-AFTRA. She is an avid baker, beach volleyball player and paddle boarder.



SARAH LANCASHIRE, left, ZACK IGNOFFO, right, IN THE HBO SERIES "JULIA." /COURTESY OF MAX.


McGarrigle is an actress born and raised in Media, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia. She began working professionally at the Media Theatre at the age of 9, and began working in regional film & television at the age of 14. She got a B.F.A. in Drama from New York University.


Credits include: "Love Song," "The Young and the Lunchless," "A Ring for Christmas," "Odd Man Rush" and the series "Queering."


"He'll Be Home for Christmas" stars David Lansbury, Pamela Jayne Morgan and Susan Gallagher. Produced By Seth Chitwood & Mark Anthony Hardy, the series will film all six-episodes in March 2024 in the New Bedford, MA area with plans to premiere the show in November 2024.


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