|Directed by||Greg Kiefer|
|Produced by||Rick McFarland|
|Written by||Daryn Tufts|
|Distributed by||Excel Entertainment Group|
Stalking Santa is a 2006 comedy Christmas feature film that follows one man’s obsession to scientifically prove the existence of the famous Jolly Old Elf. Directed by Greg Kiefer and written by Daryn Tufts, the film stars Chris Clark, Daryn Tufts, Lisa Clark, and is narrated by William Shatner.
Shot in the mockumentary style, Stalking Santa follows Lloyd Darrow (Chris Clark) a self-proclaimed "Santologist," who has made it his life's mission - and obsession - to scientifically prove the existence of Santa Claus. It's an obsession that takes him from the hieroglyphics of Egypt to a Midwestern shopping mall at Christmastime, as his friends and family wonder whether he's lost his mind. Throughout this journey Darrow must also deal with his wife Barb (Lisa Clark), who supports him both emotionally and financially, the dysfunctional devotion from his intern Clarence (Daryn Tufts), and a growing resentment from his 12-year-old son Keith (Simon Taylor).
William Shatner is the film's unseen narrator and interviewer.
- Chris Clark: Lloyd Darrow, the man obsessed with proving Santa's existence.
- Daryn Tufts: Clarence Onstott, Lloyd's needy, nerdy intern.
- Lisa Clark: Barbara Darrow, Lloyd's ever-patient wife.
- William Shatner: Himself, as narrator.
- Simon Taylor: Keith Darrow, Lloyd's son
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