|Linda Gray has joined the cast of Hallmark Channel movie A Perfect Wedding. Photo Credit: Sven Doornkaat Photography|
Gray will star alongside Danica McKellar (The Wonder Years) and Paul Greene (“Bitten”) in this heartwarming romantic comedy where she portrays the mother of a groom who fears her son’s wedding could be a recipe for disaster when the couple have dueling opinions on their big day. Two wedding planners, played by McKellar and Greene, are brought on board to make sure both sides of the family get the wedding of their dreams.
“We seized the incredible opportunity to work with Linda Gray, one of the world’s most recognized and admired stars,” said Michelle Vicary, Executive Vice President, Programming and Publicity, Crown Media Family Networks. “Gray is a television icon who brings her magnetism to A Perfect Wedding, which will be a key component of our June Wedding Month celebration.”
Linda Gray is an award-winning actress, an accomplished director and a former United Nations Ambassador. Her award-winning portrayal of Sue Ellen Ewing, in the original TV series Dallas, brought her international fame and critical acclaim earning her an Emmy nomination for Best Actress and numerous international awards including Germany’s Bambi Award, Italy’s Il Gato for Best Actress on Television and she was voted “Woman of the Year” by The Hollywood Radio & Television Society. Gray directed many episodes of the first Dallas TV series, which returned to TNT in 2012 and ran for 3 seasons. Gray has numerous TV credits including the successful series Melrose Place and Models Inc., and she has starred in various TV movies and feature films. On stage, Gray’s work includes "Terms of Endearment," "The Graduate," "Agnes of God" and "Love Letters."
A Perfect Wedding is a Two 4 The Money Media production. Executive Producers are Shelley Hack, Harry Winer, Kim Arnott, Dawn Knight and Fernando Szew. Kim Arnott is producer. Ron Oliver directs from a script by Patricia Resnick.
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