“Warming Up to You” follows the story of Kate, a fitness instructor, who moves to her best friend’s healing retreat in Los Angeles. The studio assigns A-list superstar Rick to come train with her for his next feature, much to her amazement. Not only do the two break physical barriers, but they also break down personal barriers and form an unexpected bond, which is jeopardized when Rick’s co-star Liza is also assigned to spar with Kate.
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For more than two decades, Cindy Busby has been a sensation in the television and film industries. Busby had dreamed of becoming an actor since she was a child. She enrolled in Dawson College’s Professional Theater Program, a three-year program that allowed her to showcase her professionalism, hard work and dedication to her art. Busby hit the ground running after college, landing the lead role of Ashley Stanton in nearly 50 episodes of the TV series “Heartland.” The show immediately became one of the most popular Canadian shows of all time, as well as being syndicated in 81 countries and one of Netflix’s top picks. Busby went on to guest star roles on several hit shows such as ‘The Vampire Diaries’, ‘Supernatural’, ‘The LA Complex’, ‘Rush’, ‘Proof’, ‘The Tomorrow People’ and ‘The Secret Circle. “. .
The actress’ work ethic and reputation have landed her in more than a dozen starring roles over the past few years, making her a family figure and a fan favorite among Hallmark Channel viewers. “Unleashing Mr Darcy” and its sequel, “Marrying Mr Darcy”, “Royal Hearts”, “Love in the Forecast”, “Romance on the Menu”, “Follow Me to Daisy Hills” and most recently “Chasing Waterfalls” are just a few of his many credits for the network.
Christopher Russell was born to British parents and is a first generation Canadian. He was drawn to the arts at a young age and his first performance as an actor was in a preschool rendition of The Nativity Story, when he played Mary and Joseph’s donkey and garnered excellent reviews. Russell appeared in several high school shows, including as Magnus Muldoon in a performance of Tom Stoppard’s “The Real Inspector Hound”, for which he received the Sears Drama Festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Russell has starred in Hallmark Channel Original Movies such as “Love, Again,” “Midnight Masquerade,” “Where Your Heart Belongs,” “All Summer Long,” “Love Unleashed,” and “Merry Matrimony,” among others.
Latonya Williams is an actress known for her role in the television series “Travelers”. In the movie “Merry Liddle Christmas” she performed the role of Treena. Williams became popular with her role in the movie “Always Be My Maybe.”
Caitlin Stryker grew up a railroad brat, never staying in one place for more than two years due to her father’s railroad job. Stryker began her career in the arts as a ballet dancer with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Young Performers Ensemble, where she developed an appreciation for emotional freedom. Stryker was then signed by the Elite modeling agency in Toronto, which led to the start of her acting career in film and television. Her passion for cinema led her to co-produce a number of short films as well as the 31-time award-winning feature film “Land of Smiles” with her husband Bradley Stryker.
“Warming Up to You” premieres Saturday, May 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on the Hallmark Channel.