Synopsis: Alyssa Milano, who also serves as producer, stars as Jane Claremont, who, as a young girl, would accompany her mother Vivian (Stockard Channing) to Tiffany’s in New York every Sunday and bring along her imaginary friend, Michael. Now, 20 years later, Jane is a successful businesswoman, set to marry Hugh (Ivan Sergei), her handsome fiancé, until Michael (Eric Winter) suddenly reappears, all grown up, to warn Jane about the path her life is on. Initially shocked and in disbelief, Jane slowly realizes that not only has Michael returned to her when she needs him most, but he may also be her one true love. Based on the book by James Patterson.
Jane knows that marrying Hugh, a professional actor, means some small sacrifices. Yet she doesn’t really know what she’s missing out on until a mysterious man, Michael, appears in her life and his presence forces her to reevaluate her relationships. Jane questions whether Michael is really her childhood imaginary friend, but regardless, she feels an undeniable connection to him.
Actress Alyssa Milano has spent almost her entire life in the public eye. A famous child actor, Milano has continued to work throughout her adulthood in both television and film. She starred on the hit WB series “Charmed” for nine years. The series’ debut was the highest-rated premiere in the network’s history. She also starred on the Fox series “Melrose Place.” She began her career on ABC’s “Who’s the Boss,” which aired for eight years.
Vivian is a power player in the New York theater scene, and her career has always been her number one priority. When her playwright daughter, Jane, has plans to marry a rising star, Hugh, she sees it as a brilliant public relations move. When Michael inserts himself in Jane’s life, she’s not sure what to make of him — a man who claims he is her daughter’s imaginary friend.
Forever known for her role as Rizzo in the film “Grease,” Channing was born on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. In 2002, Channing won two Emmy Awards for her roles as First Lady Abbey Bartlet on NBC’s “The West Wing,” and for the role of Judy Shepard in “The Matthew Shepard Story,” for which she also received a Screen Actors Guild Award. She received a 2005 Daytime Emmy Award for her role in “Jack.“ Channing’s extensive theater credits include “Pal Joey,” “Joe Egg,” “Hapgood,” “Love Letters,” “Woman in Mind,” “The Breath of Life,” and many more.
Michael’s job is to befriend children who need extra love in their lives. The toughest part about being an imaginary friend is leaving when the child has built up enough confidence and character, and knowing that they can never meet again. When Michael crosses paths with grown-up Jane 20 years later, a situation that has never occurred before, he realizes that a magical twist of fate has brought them together for a reason.
A charming and versatile actor, Winter can currently be seen in a recurring role opposite Simon Baker on the hit CBS series “The Mentalist.” Winter previously recurred on the critically acclaimed “Brothers & Sisters” as well as the cult vampire drama “Moonlight.” Early on he became a fan favorite in his television debut role on the popular daytime soap opera “Days of Our Lives.”
Hugh is making a name for himself as an actor, and marrying Jane will complete his perfect image. There’s just one problem: Their relationship may be jeopardized when Jane’s old friend, Michael, comes back into her life.
Ivan Sergei first made a name for himself in the indie gem “The Opposite of Sex,” with Christina Ricci. Additional movie credits include “The Big Day,” “Scorched,” “Dangerous Minds,” “We Met on the Vineyard,” “Playing Mona Lisa,” “Gunfighter’s Moon” and “The Break-Up,” with Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn. Most recently, Sergei guest-starred on Lifetime’s hit television series “Army Wives.” He also starred in the Lifetime Original Movie “Nora Roberts’ High Noon.”
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