'Christmas at the Castle': Meet Brooke Burfitt, Dan Jeannotte and rest of the cast of Lifetime's holiday movie
This Christmas, Blaire Henderson, a perfume expert from New York, is sent to remote Scotland to find a rare fragrance, The Heart of the Highlands
'Christmas at the Castle' follows Blaire Henderson as she poses as a documentary filmmaker to find the secret formula to a remote Scotland fragrance, the Heart of the Highlands. While there she meets Alistair McGregor who refuses to sell to her, but she didn't count on finding love in the process. Here is the cast bringing the out of the box holiday plot to life.
Brooke Burfitt as Blaire Henderson
Burfitt is known for her works such as 'Maternal Secrets' (2018), 'By Any Means' (2017) and Plan Z (2016). Her other works include 'Rehab' (2013), 'The Catch' (2014), 'Dealer' (2014), and 'Falling' (2015). The actress has two releases titled 'Deadly Doula' and 'Darkheart Manor' in post-production, a release titled 'Lost Dance' that is listed as filming, and five releases titled 'The Middle man', 'Rabere', 'Margery Booth: The Spy in the Eagle's Nest', 'Fear' and 'Famine' in pre-production.
Dan Jeannotte as Alistair McGregor
Jeannotte is known for his works such as 'The Bold Type' (2017-2020), 'Reign' (2016-2017), and 'Good Witch' (2015-2019). In 2015 he was nominated for Canadian Videogame Award for Best New Character in 'Assassin's Creed: Unity' (2014) and the same year he won a ACTRA Montreal Award for Outstanding Performance in a Video Game for the same video game.
Farrell is known for his roles as Airey Neave in 'The Iron Lady' (2011), Horatio in 'Hamlet' (1996), Dr Humphries in 'Legend' (2015), and Aubrey Montague in 'Chariots of Fire' (1981). His recent works include 'Hurricane' (2018), 'Cosmos Within Us' (2019), 'The Coldest Game' (2019), 'The Man Who Saw Too Much' (2019), the TV mini-series 'White House Farm' (2020) and 'The Crown' (2020).
Somerville is known for her roles as Louisa Stockbridge in 'Gosford Park' (2001), Lily Potter in the 'Harry Potter series, and Lady Jane Clark in 'My Week with Marilyn' (2011). Her other works include 'Kids in Love' (2016), 'The Hippopotamus' (2017), 'Prime Suspect 1973' (2017), 'Goodbye Christopher Robin' (2017), the TV mini-series 'Kiss Me First' (2018) and 'The Gentlemen' (2019). In 2002 she shared a Critics Choice Award win, an FFCC Award, an OFCS Award, and a Special Achievement Award with her cast members for 'Gosford Park',
The official synopsis reads, "This Christmas, Blaire Henderson, a perfume expert from New York, is sent to remote Scotland to find a rare fragrance, The Heart of the Highlands. But when she arrives, she finds the dashing license owner, Alistair McGregor is a stubborn aristocrat who won’t sell. Thinking on her feet, she poses as a documentary filmmaker to learn the secret formula. The more time they spend together, the more sparks fly. With the scent of romance in the air, will Blaire find love where she least expected?"
Catch 'Christmas at the Castle' on Wednesday, December 23 at 8/7c on Lifetime.