Joining forces with the Hallmark Channel was the best decision actor Dylan Neal could have made. With a fourth installment of his popular Gourmet Detective series, Eat, Drink and Be Buried premiering this weekend on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, he’s on a roll. Since his days on the Hallmark Channel drama series Cedar Cove he has parlayed his relationship with the network to one that now includes actor, writer and producer. So when it comes to just writing and producing a project, or donning his actor cap to star, his reasoning makes a lot of sense. “It really boils down to if they're going to pay me enough,” Neal laughed when I recently spoke with him. “It depends on what I have going on and what other things are going on. Usually when I sell something it's with an eye that maybe I will star in it, but I don't necessarily have to do it. It's always more of a TBD.”
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