The actor, who fans remember best as Ryan on All My Children, is set to replace Mark Steines as co-host on the Hallmark Channel’s lifestyle series, Home and Family. He will be joining Debbie Matenopoulos on the popular television program.
“Cameron Mathison, always a fan-favorite in Hallmark Original movies, brings his enthusiasm, zest and spirit to the liveliest how-to show in all of daytime television,” said Michelle Vicary, executive vice president of programming and network publicity for Crown Media Family Networks.
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“TV viewers have come to know Cameron on All My Children and as a correspondent on Entertainment Tonight, and we cannot wait to welcome him to our Home & Family family when Season 7 begins.”
The Canadian-born actor is mostly known these days as the television movie king. He’s starred in a number of hit films such as Very Very, Valentine, Murder, She Baked: Just Desserts, Along Came The Nanny, My Gal Sunday, Holidaze and Window Wonderland. He also has two more movies that are currently in the pipeline: A Summer to Remember and Manopause.
You can expect to see Cameron in his new role beginning this September. Home and Family airs weekdays on the Hallmark Channel at 10am. In the meantime, let us know what you think by dropping us a line with your thoughts in our comments section below.
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