Rachel was part of Hallmark’s Home and Family show on November 30th – along with Beau Bridges – to promote Christmas In Angel Falls. Thanks to my friend Jessa, I’ve added screencaptures from the appearance to our gallery. Rachel looked beautiful.
One of the most beloved and most inspirational actresses (not to mention one of the busiest) who works with Hallmark is Rachel Boston, and I had the honor of interviewing her last summer after one of her most remarkable years with the network. However, this Christmas season she has collaborated with two fellow actors, Paul Greene and Beau Bridges as well as author Melissa de la Cruz, to bring Hallmark audiences a divine, engaging, sentimental Christmas story that is one of the most anticipated of the season. In spite of Rachel’s frenetic schedule, she made some time recently to answer a few questions about her current projects and aspirations.
Read the full interview here.
Tonight’s the night! Catch Christmas in Angel Falls on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries tonight at 9/8c. Rachel will be live-tweeting using the hashtag #ChristmasInAngelFalls if you would like to join in.
It’s December 1st and I’m feeling festive. I’ve added stills from A Rose for Christmas, which premiered in January this year, to our gallery.
The first stills from Rachel’s new movie Christmas In Angel Falls have been released. The film premieres next month and I am really looking forward to it – I hope you are too. I’ve also updated the website sidebar with the film’s release date and description. Check out the pictures below. Thank you to Carol for donating these!
I’ve added stills and a promotional photoshoot for Rachel’s 2015 film A Gift of Miracles to the gallery. She played Darcy Miller.
A pragmatic PhD candidate must let go of her logic when she finds a list of items to give away written by the late mother she never knew. With the encouragement of her enthusiastic new mentor, she attempts to return everything on the list and begins to encounter unexplainable coincidences that lead her to understand the world’s smallest marvels have the greatest meaning.