A pre-movie VIP Reception, presented by Walsh University, will take place from 6pm – 7pm in the mezzanine. Tickets are $75 per person and include hors devours, open bar and admission to the movie. Tickets are limited. VIP Reception tickets available for purchase.
Stick around for the post-movie Q & A featuring Miracle at Manchester Actor/Director Eddie McClintock and Writer Jason Campbell, moderated by Teresa Fox from Walsh University.
EDDIE MCCLINTOCK is a unique artist – a handsome leading man who moves easily from comedy to drama. Eddie recently appeared on the Netflix series No Good Nick, as the father of Nick, a young girl out for revenge from the local restaurant competitors played by Shawn Astin and Melissa Joan Hart. Prior he was a series regular in USA Network’s conspiracy thriller “Shooter” as Jack Payne, a homeland security counterintelligence agent who works with sharpshooting expert Ryan Phillippe and his former commanding officer Omar Epp.
Eddie recently played the father of Emilio Esteves in the Disney+ comedy The Mighty Ducks.
McClintock also starred for 5 years on Syfy network's most successful series "Warehouse 13” as the unexpectedly amusing yet authoritative, Pete Latimer, whose mission was to search and warehouse mystical items wreaking havoc on the world. He appeared in his recurring role on Bones, returning for the final season’s special episodes. More recently Eddie has also been seen on “MacGyver”, “Supergirl,” “Agents of Shield,” “Backstrom” and “Modern Family”. He was also seen opposite Nathan Fillion in the Season finale of “Castle.” Among his many television credits, McClintock was memorable in multiple episode arcs of "Friends" and “Desperate Housewives.”
Eddie also played the “stepfather” in the Lifetime Movie “My Stepfather’s Secret” opposite Vanessa Marcil.
Prior, Eddie’s network series regular roles found him starring with Jane Curtin, Fred Savage and William Devane in the ABC comedy "Crumbs." Before that, he performed with Neil Patrick Harris and Tony Shaloub in NBC’s “Stark Raving Mad” and Scott Foley in NBC’s “A.U.S.A.”
An award-winning actor, McClintock received recognition from the Burbank International Film Festival as Best Actor for his performance in the feature film “A Fish Story”.
A father of two sons, McClintock currently resides in Los Angeles.
JASON CAMPBELL is the president of JCFilms studios. He has produced over 60 faith and family films and operates a dozen production clubs around the world
TERESA FOX is currently serving as the Vice President and Chief Communications and Public Affairs Officer at Walsh University where she’s been employed since 2005. She brings 25 years of experience to this position providing leadership over the institution’s brand voice and identity. Prior to joining Walsh, Fox was a senior account executive in marketing and advertising for both the nonprofit and profit sectors in South Carolina and California with such clients as the Savannah Economic Development Authority, Bombardier Business Aircraft, Fisher and Paykel Appliances, Sears, and Sony.
Fox was honored with a “best of the best” Accent on Excellence marketing award from the National Sales & Marketing Executives association in 2017. She is a multiple Addy award winner for her work in advertising and a graduate of Leadership Stark County’s signature program. She resides in North Canton with her husband Brad and two children.
A community comes together to organize a miracle for a teen battling terminal brain cancer while two men find their own restoration in his healing journey.
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DOORS OPEN: 6:30 PM
SHOWTIME: 7:30 PM
ADMISSION: $10, general admission.
RATING: Not Rated
RUN TIME: 1 hour 27 minutes