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Friday Morning Man: Andrew W. Walker!

Puleeze, you expect me to watch a Hallmark movie called A Bride for Christmas this Saturday night?

Well, maybe.

The leading man is this oh-so handsome guy whose name is Andrew W. Walker so  it could be worth a look!

Is this man gorgeous of WHAT?

Lifetime viewers will recognize him from the short-lived series on that network called Against the Wall and he also starred in the Lifetime movies Wicked Minds and Lies and Deception.

But not everything he’s done has aired on Lifetime and Hallmark!

The 33-year-old Canadian got his first big break in US television in 2001 when he was cast in the short-lived sitcom Maybe It’s Me as the son of Fred Willard and Julia Sweeney. He then became a regular on the sitcom Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.

He went on to have a recurring role in the series Cuts and do guest spots on ER, CSI: Miami, CSI: New York, Without a Trace, Big Bang Theory and Sons of Tucson.



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4 Remarks

  1. If you have any influence in Hollywood push for Andrew to audition for the part of Christian in Shades of Grey.

  2. he is sooooooooooooooo HOT he remindes me of this guy I had a crush on for so long. He should be the sexiest man of 2014 and forever!! he needs to be more famousss I love him!!! <3

  3. I just watched the 2 year old Hallmark movie and saw Andrew Walker for the first time. Great actors. I too thought he’d be good for Christian..but too late.

    Maybe another movie? I can see him making his way to a leading man.

  4. I first became aware of Andrew Walker in a Lifetime movie. I was impressed with his chops. I then saw him in a couple of Hallmark movies, including A Bride for Christmas. I am not in the business of making movies or TV shows but I must have a really good eye for talent. Each of the “newer” actors I picked out went on to be the lead in long-running series. I had pegged Andrew Walker to be the next. I have purchased as many of his DVDs as I can find (if they are legitimate.) Some movies are hard to find. Having seen Steel Toes and The Way of the West I was correct in my assessment of his underutilized talent. What I find interesting is that the lead character he plays in both of those dramas would be excellent as the lead character in a series spinoff- much like Miami Vice. The material would be fresh for TV viewing as I haven’t seen that type of program before. If I were a Hollywood agent, I would be doing my best to have him as a client and promote the heck out of him! Merk

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