Actress Hadar Cats Discusses Her Latest Film ‘My Dad’s Christmas Date’ and Her Passion for Animals

Hadar Cats is a teenager with a ton of life experience and accomplishments. The Israeli-born actress has traveled the world, lived on multiple continents. She is also a passionate animal advocate and rides horses competitively. Cats can be seen in the charming romantic comedy My Dad’s Christmas Date.

I spoke to Hadar about her role in My Dad’s Christmas Date, her love for animals and her life story.

REAL TALK:

Hadar was awesome. Found her to be cool and humble. Definitely passionate about animals. I was impressed with her story and life experiences. She seems very well-rounded. I enjoyed her performance as Emma in the film. Her character was very upbeat and energetic. Hadar did a great job.

I enjoyed talking about animals with her. It’s clear she’s passionate about them. I also learned she rides horses competitively, which is pretty impressive. You could hear her dog barking in the background, which I found pretty fitting and funny.

Hadar’s chemistry with co-star Olivia Mai-Barrett was fantastic. It wasn’t surprising to hear Hadar speak about them getting along and hanging out off-set. Olivia looks to be a star. Jeremy Piven agrees. The girls play friends and schoolmates in the film, but in reality, Olivia is in her mid-20’s. She clearly doesn’t look her age and can play younger.

I really thought her last name “Cats” might have been a stage name. I was wrong. That might be one of the coolest last names, and certainly fitting one for her. I’m curious to see where her career takes her. She’s a very accomplished young woman and she’s just getting started in her career.

MY DAD’S CHRISTMAS DATE’ is out now in select Theaters and On Demand

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