Andrea Martin to Star in Hallmark Movie Channel's AFTER ALL THESE YEARS, Premiering 4/20
AFTER ALL THESE YEARS, Hallmark Movie Channel
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Tony Award winning actress Andrea Martin will star in Hallmark Movie Channel's original movie AFTER ALL THESE YEARS. Martin made her Broadway debut in the musical My Favorite Year, for which she won the Tony Award, Theatre World Award, and Drama Desk Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. Additional Broadway credits include Candide (1997) and Oklahoma! (2002)-both of which brought her Tony nominations-and Fiddler on the Roof (2005). She appeared in the Broadway premiere of Young Frankenstein (2007) as Frau Blucher and will soon return to Broadway in the revival of Pippin.
About Hallmark Movie Channel's AFTER ALL THESE YEARS:
A scorned wife's life is turned upside down when she is the primary suspect in her soon-to-be ex-husband's murder, in "After All These Years," a Hallmark Movie Channel Original World Premiere Saturday, April 20 (8p.m. ET/PT, 7C). Emmy(R) Award nominee Wendie Malick ("Hot in Cleveland," "Just Shoot Me") stars with Emmy(R) Award winner Andrea Martin ("My Big Fat Greek Wedding," "SCTV"), Martha Burns ("Love and Savagery") and Gregory Harrison ("M*A*S*H," "Undercover Bridesmaid") in the comedy thriller.
Audrey Brandon (Malick) has just celebrated her 30th anniversary with her "perfect" husband, Michael (Barclay Hope, "The Killing"), when he leaves her for a younger woman. Soon after, Audrey is shocked to find Michael murdered on her kitchen floor. When Audrey is named as the primary suspect, she becomes a fugitive on the hunt for the real killer. With some help along the way from best friends Anita (Martin) and Phyllis (Burns), former student J.J. (Matt Ward, "Red Riding Hood") and former love David (Harrison), Audrey investigates the case to clear her name. Narrowly evading the police at every turn, she questions Michael's inner circle, including former publicist Gretchen (Ellie Harvie, "Battle of the Bulbs"), ex-secretary Helen (Mary Black, "Call Me Mrs. Miracle") and best friend Carter (Paul Jarret, "A Mile in his Shoes"). With every clue, Audrey's list of suspects grows, as does a rekindled romantic interest in David. When her investigation points toward a friend of Phyllis', Audrey returns home to investigate this mysterious woman and to clear her own name once and for all.
"After All These Years" is a Front Street Pictures / Winding Road Production Ltd. Jack Grossbart, Lisa Demberg, Jon Maas, Harvey Kahn, Scott Smith and Marnie Termuende are executive producerS. Harvey Kahn is producer. Scott Smith directed from a script by Jon Mass. The film is based on the book After All These Years by Susan Isaacs.
Hallmark Movie Channel, the second linear channel from Crown Media Holdings, Inc., simulcast in SD (Standard Definition) and HD (High Definition), is a trusted family-friendly network devoted to quality storytelling. Available in 50 million homes and one of the fastest-growing cable TV networks, Hallmark Movie Channel is a 24-hour digital cable network dedicated to bringing viewers original movies with a mix of classic theatrical films, and presentations from the acclaimed Hallmark Hall of Fame library. In today's crowded television landscape, the network offers viewers a diverse range of film genres, including mysteries, westerns, coming-of-age dramas, and Epic fantasies.
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