Kimberly Williams-Paisley and Sister Ashley Williams Are Starring in 2 New Hallmark Christmas Movies

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With the start of fall right around the corner, Hallmark is starting to announce its “Countdown to Christmas” movie list. In 2021, we’re in for a special treat by Kimberly Williams-Paisley and her sister Ashley Williams. It’s because the sisters are not acting in one but in one two hallmark movies together. Christmas is a family affair!

Kimberly Williams-Paisley and her sister Ashley starring in Hallmark movies together has been the dream of a lifetime

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Williams-Paisley began his acting career with ABC Afterschool Special TV series, in which she played the role of Vanessa in 1990. After that, he played roles in several TV series and movies. Some of his best work was on films Father of the Bride, Father of the Bride II, according to Jim, And Shadow according to him imdb Profile.

This wouldn’t be the first time we’ve seen him play in a Christmas movie. Williams-Paisley has starred in at least seven other Christmas-themed films. In 2003, Williams-Paisley married Brad Paisley and they had two children. She continues to produce and act while raising her children with her entire family including her sister, Ashley Williams, and her brother Jay.


As it turns out, the two sisters are starring in a movie together as sisters for the first time in their extensive careers, all because of a childhood dream.

“When we were little, my brother, sister, and I put on a lot of homemade shows in our parents’ living rooms,” says Williams-Paisley. She told how the three siblings used to perform in their home and charged the audience 5 percent for their attendance.

Williams sisters in Hallmark’s ‘Sister Swap’ movies

Ashley Williams and Kimberly Williams-Paisley attend the Hallmark Channel Movies & Mysteries Winter 2017 TCA Press Tour. | Tibrina Hobson/WireImage/Getty Images
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To make their childhood dreams come true, Hallmark has produced two films to let the sisters become sisters in real life and on stage. Williams-Paisley will play Jennifer Swift, who lives in Salt Lake City and runs a successful restaurant. The business was started by her late husband, and she is struggling to keep it going and raise her teenage son Simon, played by Jacob Buster. Williams will play her sister, Meg Swift, who lived in her hometown of Hazlewood to help her parents run a bakery.

One film focuses on Jennifer returning home for Christmas, while the other Meg is taking time off to go to Salt Lake City to help with the restaurant’s Christmas contest. Both films run through a time frame together but tell the story from each sister’s point of view. Every film has its points and feelings but shares some scenes. The audience will not have to watch both the films to understand the story but it will be beneficial to see the perspective of both the sisters.

Sister Swap: A Hometown Holiday And Sister Swap: Christmas in the City It is a “dream of a lifetime” for the pair to be able to work together and “it was even better than we imagined,” William-Paisley reported. People. “So good, in fact, we decided that from now on, every project we do should be with each other.”

Ashley Williams herself is a skilled actress

The youngest of the sisters, Williams can hold her own when it comes to acting and directing. She has been involved in shows like How I Met Your Mother, The Jim Gaffigan Show, And something Borrowed. (You can also check out his huge list of productions and Christmas-themed movies imdb.) Williams is married to Neil Dodgson, who will also star in the film from May 2011. Like her sister, she has two children to spend time with her family.

Hallmark’s “Countdown to Christmas” Begins October 22—So Be Sure to Look for a Time When You Can See Sister Movies Sister Swap: A Hometown Holiday And Sister Swap: Christmas in the City!

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