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'Garage Sale Mystery: The Deadly Room' Premieres Tonight on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Stars Lori Loughlin, Sarah Strange, Steve Bacic, Brendan Meyer

Garage Sale Mystery: The Deadly Room premieres April 11. Photo Credit: Copyright 2014 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Eike Schroter
Garage Sale Mystery: The Deadly Room makes its Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Original World Premiere on Saturday, April 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The the latest film in the series stars Lori Loughlin, Sarah Strange, Steve Bacic and Brendan Meyer.

Loughlin is back on the case as sleuthing garage sale maven Jennifer Shannon who suspects foul play when her friend dies in an old house with a cursed reputation. Even though police evidence - and even webcam footage of the death – point to natural causes – this mysterious death in a "cursed" home poised for multi-million dollar sale seems too coincidental. Putting her keen instincts to work, she examines a few key suspects. As she digs into this deadly mystery, she uncovers clues that bring her closer to the truth, and even put her own life in danger.

Watch a sneak peak below:

Garage Sale Mystery: The Deadly Room is a production of Bargain Street Productions III Ltd. Jonathan Axelrod, Alan Ett and Peter DeLuise are executive producers. DeLuise directed the film, which was written by Walter Klenhard.

The cast includes Eva Bourne as Hannah Shannon, Kevin O'Grady as Detective Lynwood, and Johannah Newmarch as Susan Lynwood.

Best recognized for her role as Rebecca Donaldson on the long-running hit comedy series Full House, Lori Loughlin added another iconic series to her resume: The CW’s 90210. In it, she played the mother of two teenagers who struggle with their family’s move from the normalcy of Kansas to the fast lane of Beverly Hills. Film projects include the 2009 comedy feature Old Dogs, in which Loughlin starred opposite Robin Williams and John Travolta, playing the latter’s love interest. Another recent feature film of Loughlin’s was Moondance Alexander, in which she portrayed an eccentric mother whose daughter finds a pony and is determined to win the Bow Valley Classic. Loughlin currently stars in the hit Hallmark Channel Original Primetime Series, When Calls the Heart and has starred in the Hallmark Channel Original Movies, Meet My Mom and Garage Sale Mystery: All That Glitters.

Born and raised in Hauppauge, Long Island, Loughlin got her start in show business at a young age. She was cast in the daytime drama The Edge of Night, for which she received a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Young Actress in a Daytime Series.

In 1985, Loughlin was cast in the feature film Secret Admirer, a romantic comedy co-starring C. Thomas Howell and Kelly Preston. Loughlin also starred opposite Treat Williams in Critical Mass, in the beach movie spoof Back to the Beach, in Rad, a film about BMX racing, and in Amityville 3-D, the third installment of the Amityville horror franchise.

In addition to Full House, Loughlin was a regular on Hudson Street, a comedy starring Tony Danza. She was also the star and producer of The WB’s family drama Summerland. Other television roles have included an after-school special entitled No Means No, for which she received an Emmy® nomination for Best Actress. Loughlin also worked with Jim Carrey in the TV movie Doing Time on Maple Drive and starred in In the Line of Duty: Blaze of Glory. She has made repeat performances in a number of series, including The Drew Carey Show and Spin City, and guest-starred in such series as Seinfeld, Suddenly Susan, The Larry Sanders Show and Birds of Prey.

Loughlin resides in Los Angeles with her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, and their three children.


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