The Santa Clauses Brings Back David Krumholtz As Benard

The Santa Clauses is the title of the Disney+ limited series.

The Disney Original Series, “The Santa Clauses,” will be streaming soon on Disney+, and one surprise character is returning. Originally announced, Tim Allen and Elizabeth Mitchell will reprise their roles as Santa Claus (Scott Calvin) and Mrs. Claus (Carol). In addition, a new cast will join the series, featuring Austin Kane and Elizabeth Allen Dick (Tim Allen’s real-life daughter) as Cal and Grace, the two children of Santa and Mrs. Claus. One name was missing that angered fans, and that was David Krumholtz. He played Benard the elf in the 1994 and 2002 films. He was absent in 2006’s The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause. On his Instagram, Krumholtz announced his return to the franchise.

In addition, Kal Penn will play Simon Choski. He is a single father, ambitious game inventor, and product developer. His visit to the North Pole dramatically impacts the direction of his life. Rupali Redd, playing the role of Grace, his angelic daughter with a love for Santa and all things Christmas. Devin Bright joins the cast as Noel, Santa’s trusted right-hand elf, and Matilda Lawler as Betty, Santa’s demanding Chief of Staff and job-oriented Elf.


“The Santa Clauses” is set sometime after the events of “The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clauses. It picks up with Scott Calvin on the brink of his 65th birthday. Realizing he can’t be Santa forever as he suddenly starts to lose his Santa magic, he sets out to find a suitable replacement Santa while preparing his family for a new adventure in life south of the North Pole.

The Santa Clause Series Brings Back Elizabeth Mitchell As Mrs. Clause

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Sean Tajipour is the Founder and Editor of Nerdtropolis and the host of the Moviegoers Society Podcast. He is also a member of the Critics Choice Association. You can follow on Twitter and Instagram @Seantaj.

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