'Wedding Every Weekend': Meet Kimberley Sustad, Paul Campbell and the rest of the cast of the Hallmark romance

'Wedding Every Weekend': Meet Kimberley Sustad, Paul Campbell and the rest of the cast of the Hallmark romance
Paul Campbell, Kimberley Sustad and Jaime M Callica (Hallmark)

The upcoming Hallmark romance drama titled 'Wedding Every Weekend' follows two friends named Nate and Brooke who decide to go to four different weddings in the span of four different weekends, as each others' dates. Although they think that this was just them keeping themselves away from set-ups with other singles, turns out they weren't ready for the emotional connection they seem to have with each other. Here is the glowing cast bringing yet another Hallmark romance to life.

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Kimberley Sustad as Brooke

Kimberley Sustad (Hallmark)

Sustad is known for her roles as Joanne Yates in 'Travelers' (2018), Caitlyn Hartley in 'Unspeakable' (2019), Helen Foley from 'The Twilight Zone' (2019) and Marilee White from 'The Nine Lives of Christmas' (2014). In 2019 she was nominated for the Leo Award for Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series for 'Unspeakable' and Best Lead Performance By a Female in a Television Movie for 'A Godwink Christmas' where she played the role of Paula Mayer. Sustad was born in Ottawa but was raised in Winnipeg Canada and this isn't her first rodeo with Hallmark Channel originals - she played the role of Vivian Patterson in 'A Bride for Christmas'  (2012). She expanded her acting horizons with her role as Madeline Templeton in 'Spookville' (2013-2014), and TV series such as 'Supernatural,' 'Continuum,' 'Primeval: New World' and 'Alcatraz.'

Paul Campbell as Nate

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Paul Campbell (Hall Mark)

Campbell is known for his role as Billy Keikeya in 'Battlestar Galactica' (2004-2006), Tony in 'The Big Year' (2011), Albert Jackson in '88 Minutes' (2007) and Tyler in 'Severed' (2005). In 2018 he was nominated for a Leo award for Best Lead Performance By A Male in a Television Movie for 'A Godwink Christmas' (2018) where he played the roled of Gery Conover and in 2005 he won a Leo Award for Feature-Length Drama: Best Lead Performance by a Male for 'Ill-Fated' (2004) where he played the role of Jimmy. The actor began his career at the age of 23 and has been part of many acclaimed projects such as 'Knight Rider' (2008-2009) and 'Almost Heroes' (2011). Many may also remember him from 'Spun out' (2014-2015) and other Hallmark roles such as 'Surprised by Love' (2015), 'Sun, Sand & Romance' (2017), 'The Last Bridesmaid' (2019) and 'Take Two' (2018). 

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Brandi Alexander as Ginny

Alexander is known for her roles as Eva in 'Insomnia' (2018), Lana in 'The Romeo Section' (2016), and Allie in 'The Last Bridesmaid' (2019). Her most recent roles include 'Our Christmas Love Song' (2019), 'A Gift to Cherish' (2019), 'Woke' (2020), and 'Grand Army' (2020) - the latter two are in post-production.

Jaime M Callica as Greg

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Jaime M. Callica (Hallmark)

Callica is known for his roles as Julian in 'Merry Liddle Christmas' (2019), Agent Brian Rollins in 'Ruthless' (2020), Xavier Chopin in 'UnREAL' (2018) and a hot cop in 'Lucifer' (2017). In 2019 he won a Southern Short Award fo 'Sorry I Broke Your Heart' (2017) where he played the role of Daniel in the short film. 

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The rest of the cast includes Malcolm Stewart as Leo, Nicole Major as Gretchen, Makayla Moore as Amanda, Chris Ippolito as Will, Sebastian Gacki as a romantic guy, Princess Davis as an assistant, Ryan Rosery as Kingston, Klarc Jerome Wilson as Scott, Jasmine Lukuku as a salesperson, Jorden Birch as a DJ and many more.

The official synopsis reads, "Nate and Brooke are going to the same four weddings, four weekends in a row. To avoid set-ups, they go together as 'wedding buddies.' But what starts as a friendship soon becomes deeper." Catch 'Wedding Every Weekend' on Saturday, August 15, 2020, at 9 pm/ 8 c on Hallmark. Watch the preview of the wedding drama below.

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