'Swept Up By Christmas': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Hallmark's holiday film
An antique dealer and a cleaner clash when downsizing a magnificent estate before Christmas
Hallmark Movies is all set to release yet another Christmas film, titled 'Swept Up By Christmas' on December 19 at 10 pm ET. Lindy Booth will be playing the character of Gwen and Justin Bruening will essay the role of Reed. Here are all the details you need to know about the upcoming film:
The film will release on December 19 at 10 pm ET on Hallmark Movies.
The official synopsis of the film reads, "An antique dealer and a cleaner clash when downsizing a magnificent estate before Christmas. As they uncover the home's treasures, they help reconnect the reclusive owner with his Christmas past."
Lindy Booth as Gwen
Born on April 2, 1979, Lindy Booth is known for starring alongside Noah Wyle in the TNT series 'The Librarians', which lasted for four seasons. Not just acting, but the very talented actress also directed an episode during the last season.
On the big screen, Booth starred in the action film based on a superhero comic book series, 'Kick-Ass 2' alongside Chloe Grace Moretz, Jim Carrey and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. She is also known for playing the character of Riley Grant on the Disney Channel series 'The Famous Jett Jackson', Agent Hawk in the show-within-a-show, 'Silverstone' and Claudia on the adventure TV series 'Relic Hunter'.
Justin Bruening as Reed
Born on September 24, 1979, in Saint Helena, Nebraska, Justin Bruening starred in the Netflix drama, 'Sweet Magnolias'. He has also appeared on ABC’s long-running, beloved 'All My Children' where he played the character of James (Jamie) Martin.
Just after leaving the show, Bruening bagged a lead role in the reboot of the 1970’s series, 'Knight Rider,' where he played the role of the title character’s son, Mike Traceur, for a two-hour film for and subsequent series for NBC. His most notable roles include stints on 'Good Behavior' (TNT), 'Ringer' (The CW), 'Switched at Birth' (ABCF), 'Ravenswood' (ABCF) and 'Hawaii Five-0' (CBS).
The film is written by Nicole Baxter, Hilary Galanoy and Elizabeth Hackett.
You can watch the trailer of the film here.
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