Premiere Saturday September 23rd, 2017, at 6pm PT 9pm ET on DirecTV
By Gabrielle Pantera
HOLLYWOOD, CA (Hollywood Daily Star) 2017/9/23 – “I play this writer that wrote these novels, these kind of like J.K. Rowling books that are being turned into films,” says Falling for Vermont star Julie Gonzolo. “She’s a little bit upset about the fame. She’s not really interested in the fame, the attention and interviews. She decides to take off and leave it behind for a little bit and get a breather. She has a car accident and she wakes up the next morning and can’t remember.”
Julie Gonzalo is is Angela Young, an author whose bestselling book has been made into a movie. She wants to get away from all the media attention. All Angela wants to do is write…and have a guy who is focused on her not her career.
Peter Benson is Brad Angela’s boyfriend and manager. He’s so busy making deals he doesn’t listen to her.
Barbara Kottmeier is Cynthia Angela’s sister and her assistant. She and Brad are keeping Angela busy with interviews and publicity.
Angela wants to see the change of the leaves so drives north. Caught in a storm, she loses control of her car she is found wandering the highway by a police officer and brought to the hospital.
Benjamin Ayres is Dr Jeff Callan he works at the hospital Angela’s brought to. He’s a single dad of two kids. Angela wakes up with temporary amnesia. However, a handsome doctor taking care of her.
Jeff has a place she can recuperate while trying to remember who she is. Since she can’t remember her name she goes by Elizabeth. As she’s recovering she bonds with Jeff and his two kids. Angela loves the town of Hopedale and is falling for Jeff and his family.
- Julie Gonzalo is Angela/Elizabeth
- Benjamin Ayres is Dr Jeff Callan
- Peter Benson is Brad
- Barbara Kottmeier is Cynthia
- Lauren McNamara is Emily Callan
- Christian Michael Cooper is Alex Callan
Falling for Vermont is a Vermont Films Inc. production. Executive producers Howard Braunstein and Michael G. Larkin. Christian Bruyére is producer. Directed by David Winning. The scripts is by Jay Baxter and Shaun Zaken. They share story by credits with Michael G. Larkin. Director of photography Tony Metchie. Production manager Christian Bruyère. Editor Alison Grace. Casting by Catherine Falcon.