Son-Rise: A Miracle of Love - Cast

Cast

The cast that played the role of the Kaufman family are listed below.

  • James Farentino as Bears Kaufman.
  • Kathryn Harrold as Suzi Kaufman.
  • Michael and Casey Adams as Raun Kaufman. Michael and Casey are twin siblings and are the great grandsons of the well known film director, King Vidor.
  • Shelby Balik as Bryn Kaufman.
  • Missy Francis as Thea Kaufman.
  • Kerry Sherman as Nancy, the family's nanny.

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