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James O’Halloran talks about his Hallmark film ‘When Love Springs’

Australian actor and model James O’Halloran chatted about his new Hallmark movie “When Love Springs.”

James O'Halloran in 'When Love Springs'
James O'Halloran in 'When Love Springs.' Photo Courtesy of The Steve Jaggi Company
James O'Halloran in 'When Love Springs.' Photo Courtesy of The Steve Jaggi Company

Australian actor and model James O’Halloran chatted about his new Hallmark movie “When Love Springs.” It will be released on Saturday, May 6, on the Hallmark Channel.

O’Halloran stars opposite Rhiannon Fish, and this will be a part of the “Spring into Love” programming series.

‘When Love Springs’ movie

Jo-Anne Brechin directed the film “When Love Springs” from a script by Ansley Gordon. “It was such a great experience,” he said. “It was a great little film to do, we shot it in Brisbane, Australia, which is not too far from the Gold Coast.”

The synopsis is: With a big promotion on the line, a junior PR professional, Rory Richards (Rhiannon Fish) arrives at a quaint B&B for her parents’ vow renewals and runs into a former flame who broke her heart.

Panicked and afraid of humiliation, she pretends the B&B owner Noah (James O’Halloran) is her new boyfriend.

Portraying Noah

On playing Noah, O’Halloran said, “Noah is interesting because he is a person who has been so hurt, and he has barriers, and protects himself.” “The walls we put up ourselves end up isolating us and blocking us from the things we want,” he said.

“Working with Rhiannon Fish was awesome,” he exclaimed. “Rhiannon is an absolute sweetheart, and she is a veteran in the romantic comedies genre.”

“I hope people have a laugh with this movie, and I hope they enjoy a beautiful, classic love story, which is simple and earnest. I hope it puts a smile on their face, that would be ideal for me,” he said.

‘The Price is Right’

Particularly impressive about James O’Halloran is that he is the second male model on the American game show “The Price is Right” (after Robert Scott Wilson). “What a crazy journey that has been,” he acknowledged. “I have been on it for quite a while now.”

The digital age

On being an actor and model in the digital age, O’Halloran said, “I try to use it in a way that is fun for me. I try to keep it fun and make sure that it doesn’t isolate me from my family. I post the fun and interesting parts of my life.”

“I think the digital age is awesome from an accessibility standpoint. I love being able to create something and share it with a lot of people quickly,” he added.

On the title of the current chapter of his life, O’Halloran said, “Headed back to Australia for two months.” “Also, I spent a lot of time with my boy Max, he keeps me busy,” he said.

Success

On his definition of the word success, O’Halloran said, “Success means being able to create, that’s all I really need. That’s what makes me happy.”

To learn more about actor and model James O’Halloran, follow him on Instagram.

Markos Papadatos
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Markos Papadatos is Digital Journal's Editor-at-Large for Music News. Papadatos is a Greek-American journalist and educator that has authored over 20,000 original articles over the past 18 years. He has interviewed some of the biggest names in music, entertainment, lifestyle, magic, and sports. He is a 16-time "Best of Long Island" winner, where for three consecutive years (2020, 2021, and 2022), he was honored as the "Best Long Island Personality" in Arts & Entertainment, an honor that has gone to Billy Joel six times.

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