Christy Scott Cashman is an American actress, writer, producer and philanthropist.[1]

Cashman is a founding partner, actor, producer, and writer for Saint Aire Productions.[2] She is credited as an Executive Producer for The Kids Are All Right (film) and acquired screen rights to NY Times bestselling The Noticer, by Andy Andrews with a shoot date set for Winter 2013 in Alabama.[3]

She serves on the board of Grub Street, Inc. in Boston, Massachusetts, and is a founding member of the American Film Institute National Council.[2]

She has written three feature-length film scripts, including The Love Guide, which is to be distributed worldwide. She has starred in a self-produced animated short, Descendants (film) with Whoopi Goldberg. Her acting credits include over 20 feature films.[2]

She won Woman of the Year in 2012 with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society [4]

Cashman formerly co-hosted "Open Book Club" on New England Cable News [5] and currently hosts "Back Story" for CBS show "Style Boston." [6]

She appeared in several films from 1999 until 2011, including Edge of Darkness.[7]


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