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Hallmark Stars With Great On-Screen Chemistry
Lacey & Brennan
Brennan Elliott and Lacey Chabert partnered for “All of My Heart” in 2015. The chemistry was there on-screen because they teamed up again for “A Christmas Melody.”
The actors’ chemistry was so undeniable that they reunited for “All of My Love: Inn Love,” “All of My Heart: The Wedding,” and several films in the “Crossword Mysteries” series.
Holly & Rick
Holly Robinson Peete and former NBA star Rick Fox have starred in five “Morning Show Mystery” movies. The first film debuted in 2018 and the most recent in 2019.
Sadly for fans, the chemistry between Peete and Fox may not be seen again because, in 2021, the Hallmark Channel debuted the sixth film without Fox.
Josie & Jack
Josie Bissett and Jack Wagner co-starred in “Melrose Place” before they ever joined the Hallmark Channel. They reunited for 2016’s “The Wedding March.”
Viewers loved the chemistry between the two, and the film was so successful that it spawned several sequels. Their on-screen chemistry is thanks to their off-screen friendship.
Robert & Jonathan
Robert Buckley and Jonathan Bennett teamed up in 2020 to play siblings in “The Christmas House.” They proved to be a great pair as a sequel came in 2021.
Bennett revealed in an interview with ET Canada that the brotherly vibe that viewers see in the movies was something they both experienced immediately.
Nikki & Andrew
Andrew Walker and Nikki DeLoach are Hallmark Channel veterans, and first partnered in 2016. By 2023, the pair have since worked together on countless projects.
The actors are so close that she even suggested Walker for the role in “Sweet Autumn.” The actors first bonded over the fact that they recently became first-time parents.