Rounding out our list is the dreamy George Krissa, who made his Hallmark Channel debut in 2022’s “Road Trip Romance.” While the Canadian actor, who identifies as gay, is relatively new to the channel, he has already been a part of some significant network history by starring in “The Holiday Sitter” alongside fellow Hallmark hunk Jonathan Bennett. At the time of the film’s release, Krissa praised the network for introducing more queer inclusion during an interview on CBC. “If you watch the Countdown to Christmas this year, there’s LGBTQ folks all over the place,” he exclaimed. “And what’s really wonderful in what they’re doing is that they’re not making a big deal out of it.” He even said that his childhood would have been very different if films like “The Holiday Sitter” were on TV when he was a kid. “I would have loved to see this as a kid, to see everyone accepted and that their families love them. And it’s really special to be part of it.”

While Krissa has yet to share further details about his coming out journey, the talented actor has remained an open book about his long-term relationship with partner Bri Waters on social media. In June 2023, the “Coroner” actor celebrated his sixth anniversary with Bri in a heartwarming Instagram post. “Six years. Happy Anniversary [Bri Waters]! You are the funniest, smartest, kindest, coolest, most interesting person in the world,” he wrote. “I love you more than you’ll ever know!”



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