Robert Duvall, Reese Witherspoon, and Katy Mixon in Four Christmases (2008)
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'Four Christmases' Cast: Where Are the Stars of the Hilarious Holiday Hit Today?

The 2008 Christmas comedy is a holiday staple.

In my humble opinion, "Four Christmases" stands as one of the most underrated Christmas movies to date. Regardless of your family background, the tale of a couple navigating multiple Christmas celebrations on one chaotic Christmas Eve resonates universally, offering both relatable moments and uproarious humor, largely attributed to its stellar ensemble cast. Boasting multiple Oscar winners, renowned country singers, and even a celebrated director, the "Four Christmases" cast adds an extra layer of excellence to the holiday comedy.

Directed by Seth Gordon, the festive comedy features Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn as a couple attempting to escape their San Francisco home for a beach vacation. Their plans crumble when canceled flights compel them to confront all four sets of parents, exposing the lies they told to avoid family gatherings. Screenwriters Jon Lucas, Scott Moore, Matt Allen, and Caleb Wilson skillfully weave the drama and chaos of the Christmas season into comedic gold for the talented cast to deliver on-screen.

A noteworthy detail: Executive producer Peter Billingsley, famed for his role as Ralphie in the timeless Christmas classic "A Christmas Story," also plays a small role in "Four Christmases" as one of the airline ticket agents. The film boasts a robust supporting cast, including Katy Mixon, Carol Kane, Colleen Camp, Jack Donner, Steve Wiebe, Brian Baumgartner, Patrick Van Horn, Skyler Gisondo, and country singers Dwight Yoakam and Tim McGraw.

Curious about what the beloved cast of "Four Christmases" has been up to since the film's release in 2008? Read on to discover the post-2008 endeavors of your favorite "Four Christmases" stars. And be sure to stream it here as well as the other Christmas movies on Max (formerly HBO Max).

Where to Watch 'Four Christmases'

Though the film is 15 years old, plenty of people still watch "Four Christmases" every year. It's become a holiday tradition for those of us who crave some genuine belly laughs with their dose of Yuletide cheer. "Four Christmases" is currently available to stream on Max.

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