Lacey Chabert signs multi-picture deal with TV channel

Actress Lacey Chabert, who portrayed Meg Griffin in the first season of ‘Family Guy’, has landed an exclusive multi-picture deal with Crown Media Family Networks.

The deal grants the actress the power to headline and produce movies and other content for the Hallmark Channel and other Hallmark platforms over the next two years, reports.

Commenting on the occasion, Lisa Hamilton Daly, Executive Vice President of Programming at Crown Media Family Networks, said in a statement seen by ‘Variety’, “The warmth, talent, relatability and creative sensibilities of Lacey the have drawn Hallmark viewers to millions for over a decade, making her one of our most in-demand stars.

“In addition to shining on screen, Lacey is a prolific creative partner behind the scenes, developing and executing production on many of our most beloved and highest quality projects. She understands and intrinsically embodies what our networks are all about. – the transformative power of love and making people feel good – and we look forward to continuing our work with her to create heartfelt and compelling stories that will entertain, inspire and touch our audience” the statement read further .

Over the years, Lacey has become a mainstay at Crown Media as she has starred in several original Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries productions. Most recently, Chabert managed three profiles on the “Wedding Veil” film trilogy, where she served as a developer, executive producer, and also starred in the project.

The actress said in a statement, quoted by ‘Variety’, “My experience at Hallmark, a home to me for over ten years now, has been wonderful and it’s been beyond rewarding to create characters and develop relationships. stories that resonate so strongly with viewers.”

“I am also extremely grateful to the programming team at Crown for supporting me as a producer and empowering me to develop and star in projects that bring my passion and creative vision to life. I’m so excited for the sequel and to continue connecting with the Hallmark audience,” she added.

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