Local Michigan Talent Brings a Voice to the Holiday Season With New Children's Movie

With a little movie magic and holiday cheer, a well-known children’s story is being retold – with the help of Michigan talent.

“The Littlest Angel,” produced in Michigan by Anchor Bay Studios and directed by Dave Kim, was recently released for the holidays.  The animated film features multitalented Michiganders Ed Kelly playing a variety of characters including the Dog “Halo” and “Mr. Creepedeep,” and Clarity Patton Newhouse, president of Livonia-based Sunny Media Group, playing “Angel Eve.”

Based on the children’s book by Charles Tazewell, “The Littlest Angel” tells the story of a young boy who becomes the littlest angel in heaven. Home sick and lonely, he travels back to earth with a friendly pup Halo to retrieve a most selfless and precious gift for The Baby Jesus. What follows is a story of love, laughter and courage based on one of literature’s most popular children’s stories.

“It was one of the most enjoyable experiences of my 25 year voice acting career,” said Ed Kelly. “I was very pleased to see what a great movie the filmmakers created with the animation, music and voices all working together to create a delightful film for children of all ages.”

“Working with the filmmakers Dave Kim, Lance Thompson and Rex Piano was a wonderful experience,” said Clarity Newhouse. “Sunny Media Group was thrilled to be involved in the movie and we appreciate the business they brought to Michigan. I’m also a huge Ed Kelly fan and love seeing all the characters come to life in the movie.”

For More Information

The Littlest Angel is available on DVD at Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Littlest-Angel-Ron-Perlman/dp/B005J4N5G8 and in major retailers. More information about Sunny Media Group is available at www.SunnyMediaGroup.com and about Ed Kelly at www.EdKelly.tv.

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