Having a few Christmas movies to her credit, NCIS: Hawai'i star Tori Anderson is no stranger to celebrating the holidays on film. It's a season she loves and celebrates in a big way because her birthday falls on December 29. This year she's celebrating Christmas a little differently, starring in Campfire Christmas, the first Hallmark Channel Christmas movie set against their annual Christmas in July programming event. "I feel so grateful to be doing this, as it is the first scripted Hallmark Christmas movie [set] in July," she shared in an exclusive interview with MediaVillage. "It's so exciting to be a part of it. They've been doing Christmas in July for so long, and we are doing it in a whole different way. The fact there was a real camp that celebrated Christmas in July during the Great Depression makes this a fun story to tell."
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