Small-town girl Ann Stanway (Danielle C. Ryan, The Cat in the Hat) is discovered by Hollywood actor Scott Adson (Beau Davidson) at a party. Their romance inspires a successful TV reality show, and Ann is certain she will in the future marry her costar. But, when the shows ratings plummet and the producers bring in a hot young actress to create conflict in Ann and Scotts seemingly perfect relationship, Ann is crushed. She flees the show and, through a fortunate accident, ends up marooned in Amish country. There, she meets handsome architect Hunter Banning (Trevor Donovan, 90210), and finds true happiness, until Scott discovers where she has been hiding that is and tries to win her back with promises of a comeback on a new reality show. Ann must come to a decision whether to return to the glamorous life she left or remain in the authentic reality she has found. Dove Family Approved. Closed captioned. English subtitles available. Rated PG.
About the Actor
Danielle Ryan Chuchran – Danielle was cast in her first role at the age of seven in Little Secrets. With her part as Thing One in The Cat in the Hat she consolidated her position as child-actress and did several films and series afterwards. Since Minor Details she is regularly working with John Lyde and Mainstay Productions and has appeared in most of their projects. Danielle is quite sporty. She is an accomplished rider, and but even so several other hobbies, she loves to go shooting, both guns and archery. Danielle prefers to perform her own stunts and fighting scenes in the films she stars in. She is also very animal-loving, and especially likes spending time with her horses and her dog. Trevor Donovan – Trevor is known for his work as fan-favorite Teddy Bernard Law Montgomery, the 1st and only LGBT series regular on global pop culture phenom 90210, in conjunction with Texas Rising starring opposite Bill Paxton, Ray Liotta and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and JL Ranch opposite Jon Voight and James Caan. Donovan will be seen in action/comedy Hot Water, and in a lead role opposite Roma Downey (Touched by an Angel) in New York Times bestselling writer Karen Kingsbury, MGM/Will Packer Medias limited series The Baxter Family. He will also be seen in part 2 of the 3-part miniseries Runaway Romance on UPtv. His TV credits include recurring roles on Sun Records, The Client List, Melissa & Joey, Awkward, NCIS, and Lucifer. Galadriel Stineman – Galadriel began acting for fun in kindergarten, taking lots of classes and performing in school and community productions. It was all through her time at NKU that she became involved in student films and eventually signed with a couple local talent agencies to pick up extra money. After college, Galadriel moved to Los Angeles and slowly began booking roles in film, TV, and commercials. Her first jobs included indie film Junkyard Dog, a recurring role on True Blood, and Cartoon Networks live action movie Ben 10: Alien Swarm, as action hero Gwen Tennyson. More recently, Galadriel has become known for her role as Cassidy Finch, Axls braniac tutor-turned-girlfriend on ABCs The Middle. Other appearances include Shameless, Bones, Good Luck Charlie, Austin & Ally, Glee, and several television movies. Tatum ONeal – Tatum is an actress and producer, known for Paper Moon (1973), The Runaways (2010), and The Bad News Bears (1976). She was previously married to John McEnroe. Beau Davidson – Beau is a two-time regional Emmy-nominated singer, actor, songwriter, and multifaceted performer. He was heavily influenced by the music of Elvis Presley, Al Green, and Otis Redding, and thus his music became reminiscent of the soulful inflections of the Memphis sound. In Memphis, Beau began taking classical piano lessons at age five, but would also learn contemporary hits like Great Balls of Fire by ear. Beau was soon winning regional talent competitions, competing as a finalist in The Mid-South Fair Youth Talent Contest. Beau then attended Northwestern Universitys School of Music in Chicago, where he graduated magna cum laude with a degree in vocal performance/opera and political science. At Northwestern, Beau appeared as Danny Zuko in Grease, Barrett in Titanic, and as the leading man in many other school productions. Despite the fact that operatically trained, Beau began writing original music that captured his own Memphis experience. Beau appeared in small roles on Days of Our Lives and Gilmore Girls. In between projects, he wrote music that he later released independently, and produced a corresponding music video for his single More Than I Can Give, which he placed on the websites of CMT, GAC, MTV, and Vh1, indicative of the fact that Beaus music appealed to a diverse audience.
About the Director
Brian Herzlinger – Brian was born on February 19, 1976 in Brooklyn, New York, USA as Brian Scott Herzlinger. He is a director and author, known for My Date with Drew (2004), Smothered by Mothers (2018), and Dermoid.
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