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The complete list of Kavan Smith Hallmark movies

Kavan Smith is well-known to Hallmark audiences as Lee Coulter, a prosperous businessman on the hit series When Calls the Heart. But the Canadian actor, who got his start on the TV series Destiny Ridge, has appeared in 12 movies for the network. Kavan Smith Hallmark movies Kavan Smith developed a love of performing as […]

The most handsome Hallmark dads

Hallmark dads come in three flavors: handsome, handsome, and seriously handsome. It makes perfect sense. The network is known for picking good-looking leading men, and over the years, many of these hunks have started families. In an interview, Andrew Walker (one of these handsome dads) talked about the stability the network can provide for actors […]

A complete list of Tamera Mowry-Housley’s Hallmark movies

One of Hallmark’s most popular stars, Tamera Mowry-Housley has starred in half a dozen movies for the network, including Christmas flicks, romantic comedies, and a film in Hallmark Channel’s Mahogany series. Tamera Mowry-Housley rose to fame with her twin sister Tia Mowry on the ABC/WB sitcom Sister, Sister. What some fans may not know is […]

The complete list of Ryan Paevey Hallmark movies

By now, all Hallmark fans are familiar with Ryan Paevey. The former soap opera star has appeared in 15 movies for the network, including rom-coms, dramas, and Christmas classics. Ryan Paevey A native of California, Paevey was spotted and signed by a modeling agent when he was a teenager. In an interview with Soap Opera […]

Everything you need to know about Nelson Wong, the actor who has starred in 30 Hallmark movies

Over the years, Nelson Wong has appeared in 30 Hallmark movies. The actor, whose first role with the network was in the 2006 film All She Wants For Christmas, says he has a fondness for the stories Hallmark tells. “Ultimately, they are human stories,” Wong said during a recent interview with TV Cheddar. “…These barriers […]

Movie star. Screenwriter. Podcast host. Carpenter? Seven fascinating things you need to know about Hallmark legend Paul Campbell

Paul Campbell has been entertaining Hallmark audiences for years, starring in more than a dozen movies for the network. In 2022 he headlined Dating the Delaneys with Rachel Boston and Three Wise Men and a Baby with Andrew Walker and Tyler Hynes. But the Canadian actor is more than just a handsome face. Here are […]

Alexa PenaVega’s new Hallmark movie takes viewers to the most romantic city in the world

Alexa PenaVega’s new Hallmark movie will premiere as part of the Loveuary lineup. The movie, A Paris Proposal, takes viewers on a trip through the most romantic city in the world. “I think it’s the perfect place to put these two characters,” PenaVega said in an interview to promote the movie. “It’s an incredibly romantic […]

10 things you didn’t know about Signed, Sealed, Delivered star Eric Mabius

POstables have been on edge ever since Hallmark dropped a hint that a new Signed, Sealed, Delivered movie might be in the works. Fans of the series have been waiting since 2021 for a new film. With that in mind, here are some seriously cool facts about Eric Mabius, who plays Oliver O’Toole in the […]

Spotlight on the new Hallmark show The Way Home

The new Hallmark show The Way Home will premiere this weekend. It’s the first new original series to debut on Hallmark since the Chesapeake Shores first aired in 2016. The Way Home is a multi-generational drama about an estranged mother and daughter who are brought back together under mysterious circumstances and the granddaughter who helps […]

Five fascinating facts you didn’t know about When Calls the Heart star Erin Krakow

For the past 10 years, Erin Krakow has starred on Hallmark’s longest-running original series When Calls the Heart. The Philadelphia native has also starred in the Hallmark movies A Cookie Cutter Christmas, Sense, Sensibility & Snowmen, Finding Father Christmas, Engaging Father Christmas, and Marrying Father Christmas. Here are a few fascinating facts about the actress: […]

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