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Jesse Metcalfe, Autumn Reeser & Lauren Holly To Star In 'A Country Wedding' Premiering June 2015

Autumn Reeser, Jesse Metcalfe, Lauren Holly
Jesse Metcalfe (Dallas, Desperate Housewives, Passions), Autumn Reeser (The O.C., I Do, I Do, I Do), and Lauren Holly (NCIS, Dumb and Dumber, All My Children) have been cast in A Country Wedding, a Hallmark Channel Original Movie World Premiere June 2015, part of the network’s month-long June Weddings programming event. Metcalfe stars as a country music superstar whose plans to marry his movie star fiancé become complicated when he reconnects with a childhood friend, played by Reeser, from his rural hometown. Holly rounds out the talented cast portraying the country singer’s agent.

"We are thrilled to have Jesse Metcalfe, Autumn Reeser and Lauren Holly star in A Country Wedding, one of the tent poles of Hallmark Channel's inaugural June Weddings programming event," said Michelle Vicary, Executive Vice President, Programming and Publicity, Crown Media Family Networks. "The entire cast is so good together, and our viewers are in for an extra special treat as Jesse Metcalfe makes his terrific on-screen singing debut."

Before his wedding to his movie star fiancé, country music sensation Bradley Sutton (Metcalfe) visits his rural hometown to sell his family’s former house. After reconnecting with his old friend, Sarah (Reeser), he extends his stay in his hometown through his wedding day. Despite the pressure from his fiancé, Catherine (Laura Mennell, “Gourmet Detective”), and agent, Margaret (Holly), to stay in the spotlight, Bradley finds himself returning to his cowboy roots with Sarah. As his wedding date approaches, Bradley must decide if his heart belongs to his glamorous fiancé, or the beautiful cowgirl next door.

A Country Wedding is a Country Road Productions production. Executive Producer is Nancey Silvers. Michael Ogiens and Harvey Kahn are producers. Anne Wheeler directs from a script written by Nancey Silvers.

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