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JANUARY JONES (Missie Davis) – January Jones began her career in a small role in the independent film “All the Rage.” She followed that up with her first role in a major motion picture, “The Glass House,” as well as roles in “Full Frontal” and “Taboo,” appearing in the latter with her “American Wedding” co-star Eddie Kaye Thomas.

In 2003, Jones appeared in “Anger Management” starring Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson, playing a lesbian porn actress.  Her other film credits include “Love Actually” and “Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights.”

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DALE MIDKIFF (Clark Davis) – Dale Midkiff started acting off-Broadway before landing a starring role in the film "Streetwalkin'." Among his credits are the starring roles of Elvis Presley in the made-for-TV biopic "Elvis and Me" and the part of Buck Thurman in “A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story.” His other telefilm credits include "Nancy Drew," "Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story," "The Warden," "Another Woman's Husband" and the Hallmark Channel Original movie “Love Comes Softly,” for which he received the Grace Award for TV at the 12th Annual Movieguide Awards. Midkiff starred as 22nd-century cop Darien Lambert in the weekly sci-fi crime series "Time Trax."
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KATHERINE HEIGL (Marty Claridge Davis) - Katherine Heigl began her career at the age of nine as a child model. She made her big-screen debut in the film "That Night" followed by Steven Soderbergh's poignant drama "King of the Hill" and "My Father the Hero" opposite Gérard Depardieu. Other feature credits include "Under Siege 2: Dark Territory" and "Bride of Chucky." In 1999 Heigl was cast as the haughty yet vulnerable Isabel Evans in the TV series "Roswell." She also played Romy in the telefilm "Romy and Michele: Behind the Velvet Rope," a prequel to the hit feature film "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion." Her other television credits include the Hallmark Channel Original movie “Love Comes Softly.” Heigl uses her celebrity to promote the importance of organ donation, a cause she feels very strongly about.

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HALLMARK CHANNEL / “Love’s Enduring Promise” Cast Bios – Page 2
MACKENZIE ASTIN (Grant Thomas) – Mackenzie Astin has appeared in such films as “How to Deal,” “In Love and War,” and “The Evening Star.” Other feature film credits include“Iron Will,” “Dream for an Insomniac,” “The Last Days of Disco,” “Wyatt Earp” and “The Zeros.” On television, Astin appeared in the long-running sitcom “The Facts of Life.” He also appeared in the TV production of Neil Simon’s “Laughter on the 23rd Floor,” “Selma, Lord, Selma,” “The Long Island Incident,” “Widow’s Kiss,” “A Child Lost Forever,” “The Facts of Life Down Under” and “I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later.” Astin made his acting debut at age eight in the television movie “Lois Gibbs and the Love Canal.” He is the son of Patty Duke and John Astin and the brother of Sean Astin.
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LOGAN BARTHOLOMEW (Willie LaHaye/Nate) – Logan Bartholomew is a newcomer to the entertainment industry. His only prior credit is a small role in the feature film “American Wedding,” which starred his “Love’s Enduring Promise” costar January Jones.
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