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continuing the “Tremors” horror-movie franchise as survivalist Burt Gummer in direct-to-video sequels, guest-starring with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin on Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie,” playing a recurring part on the Canadian show “The Stanley Dynamic,” and co-producing and appearing in the Internet series “Carbon Dating” (all of which he reports on regularly on his Facebook page).
As familiar as he is to viewers, Gross had hoped to surprise them in his new turn as Santa: “At one point, I said, ‘I kind of wish you wouldn’t put my name at the beginning.’ I would love for people to say, ‘Who is that? I thought it would be far more fun if you didn’t see it in the opening titles.
Would you think of the tall, slender dad from “Family Ties” as Santa Claus? Michael Gross admits it took a leap of faith and a lot of makeup for him to believe he could make a convincing Kris Kringle in “Becoming Santa,” Lifetime’s new Saturday (Dec.“Obviously, I knew it was ‘gimmick’ casting — so to speak — with Meredith and myself, and that was a good place to begin. “We had not spent this much time together since ‘Family Ties’ [which also starred Michael J. We had worked together since, but it was in Los Angeles, so we’d both go to our own cars and homes every night.Here, we were on location [in Vancouver, British Columbia] and in the same hotel for three weeks, right across the hall from each other.We drove to the set together and really caught up in a way we had not in over 25 years, so we had so many laughs and so many heart-to-hearts.It was just great.” RELATED: Lifetime’s Very Merry holiday movie schedule 2015 Overall, Gross has been staying quite active professionally …