It was while filming her first Hallmark Channel movie, 2015’s Perfect Match opposite Paul Greene (the Cary Grant of Hallmark), that Danica McKellar (pictured above) heard the words, “Once you’re in, you’re a part of the family.” They came from a network executive, talking about how many projects Hallmark stalwart Candice Cameron Bure had done for the network, which at the time was around ten. Now, just four years later, those words are ringing true for McKellar -- this weekend’s premiere of her latest film, Love and Sunshine (starring opposite Mark Deklin), marks the tenth movie for the actress who should be known as the Audrey Hepburn of Hallmark. “When I signed up for my first Hallmark movie, I really had no idea [what would happen],” McKellar admitted in an exclusive MediaVillage interview. “When the executive [said I was in the family], I was like, ‘Okay.’ But you never know if people mean what they are saying. I was delighted that what he said became a reality.
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