Andrew Walker is staying put with the Crown Media Family.
Crown Media Family Networks and the My Christmas Family Tree & The 27-Hour Day star have agreed to an unique, multi-picture general deal, it was introduced right this moment.
“Andrew has a special talent and charm that shines through in every role,” shared Lisa Hamilton Daly, Executive Vice President, Programming, Crown Media Family Networks.
“He’s become a favorite among our viewers for good reason. We couldn’t be happier to continue our partnership with Andrew and can’t wait to see him in his next role.”
“I’m humbled and grateful to have been a part of the Hallmark family for a decade now. I love diving into each character, to create quality films with positive content that make people feel good,” Walker enthused.
“The impact this network is making on its viewers is infectious and I’m thrilled to be continuing our collaboration.”
Walker’s Hallmark Channel debut was within the 2012 film, A Bride for Christmas.
Since that point, his presence on the community has grown exponentially, resulting in many completely satisfied followers of the cable community.
His Hallmark film credit additionally embrace Bridal Wave, The Perfect Catch, My Secret Valentine, Bottled with Love, and most just lately, My Christmas Family Tree.
For Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Walker has starred in Wedding Planner Mystery, Christmas Tree Lane, and most just lately, Curious Caterer: Dying for Chocolate.
Walker is represented by Thruline Entertainment, Agency for the Performing Arts and Amanda Rosenthal Talent Agency.
Crown Family Media has been locking in a few of its hottest stars of late, with Lacey Chabert, Heather Hemmens, and Brennan Elliot as simply among the names working completely on tasks for the corporate.
It is sweet information for followers of the celebs, who are sometimes left questioning whether or not their favourite star will return to one of many networks.
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