Here's Why These Popular Hallmark Stars Look So Familiar
Lifestyle News
By SHANNON P.
Candace Cameron Bure
Bure got her start as D.J. Tanner in “Full House” as a child and returned to “Fuller House” in 2016. She is known for Hallmark movies like “Let It Snow,” “Christmas Under Wraps,” and “Christmas Town,” and has been dubbed the “Queen of Christmas,” but she recently made a move to the Great American Family channel (GAC).
Lori Loughlin
Another “Full House” and “Fuller House” alumna, Loughlin was busy on a few TV shows but hasn’t been on screen since 2018, likely due to the Rick Singer college scandal. She has made a move to the Great American Family channel and is set to appear in “Fall Into Winter” in January 2023.
Danica McKellar
Known for “Crown for Christmas,” “Christmas at Dollywood,” and “Matchmaker Mysteries,” Danica McKellar has also starred in “Young Justice” and “The Wonder Years.” She will be moving to GAC as well, thanks to a deal that includes multiple films and the chance to produce.
Lacey Chabert
You might recognize her as Gretchen Wieners from “Mean Girls,” but Lacey Chabert has been everywhere, including a lot of animated shows. Additionally, she has been in Hallmark’s “A Royal Christmas,” “The Christmas Waltz,” and the new “Haul Out The Holly.”
Heather Hemmens
Known for her breakout role as Alice Verdura in “Hellcats,” Heather Hemmens has starred in Hallmark’s “Christmas In My Heart” and “Love, Take Two.” She also appeared in “Grey's Anatomy,” “Yellowstone,” and “If Loving You Is Wrong,” before scoring a spot on The CW's “Roswell, New Mexico” in 2019.