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Television and film actor who has had recurring roles in many television shows, such as ABC's Sabrina The Teenage Witch, YTV's Radio Active and Student Bodies, CBC's Back To Sherwood, The WB's Maybe It's Me, and Lifetime's Against The Wall.“I thought it was Hallmark all the way up until when I arrived in Winnipeg to shoot it,” Walker admits with a laugh. Nothing wrong with that.'” In the flick, Walker and Lenz play “writers from New York [who have] been assigned a piece in Colorado, and both their jobs are on the line,” the actor previews. For one, he and Lenz worked to inject a lot of humor and physical comedy into the story, and were even able to rewrite scenes or craft completely new ones, to create “a great romantic comedy” with a “classic 1950s” vibe.“Then I arrived on set and started talking with the director [Gary Yates], who I’ve worked with a couple times before, and he’s like, ‘No, man, this is Lifetime,’ and I was like, ‘Oh, OK. “They get snowed in, have to do an emergency landing in Santa Claus, Indiana, and basically, they save Christmas, and they save Kris Kringle’s home by writing their piece on the historical landmark that they’ve, by fluke, been staying in.” And of course, it’s a story “about finding love when it’s right there in front of you all along and when you least expect it.” A bickering will-they/they-totally-will couple? A charmingly ridiculous plot about an establishment that needs to be saved? “Hallmark has their brand, and they flirt with not wanting it to be too much of a comedy, whereas [with] Lifetime, we were able to really go there,” says Walker, who is also developing a movie for his frequent employer, Hallmark, as a producer. How she carries herself and how she is independent. Andrew William Walker (born June 9, 1979) is a Canadian actor and film producer.He subsequently appeared in films such as The Mountie and The Gundown, and had a starring role on the Lifetime cop drama Against the Wall.