Exclusive: An Interview With Crystal Lowe From Hallmark’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Road Less Traveled”

By: Kat Harlton
All Media Courtesy of Crown Media United States LLC

The POstables hit the road when a misdirected package suggests a child’s life is in jeopardy, in “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Road Less Traveled,” premiering Sunday, February 11 (7 p.m. ET/PT) on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Eric Mabius, Kristin Booth, Crystal Lowe, and Geoff Gustafson return as The POstables.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered The Road Less Traveled Final Photo Assets

We had the opportunity to catch up with star Crystal Lowe to discuss her role, what she wish would make a comeback and her favorite scene from “The Road Less Traveled”

Kat: Was there anything about your role that was particularly challenging?
CL: Memorizing big chunks of dialogue is always a challenge but Martha’s writing is always so beautiful that in the end it just flows out. And having Geoff Gustafson as my partner always makes it that much easier. He’s a dreamy guy!

Kat: What was your favorite scene to shoot and why? (without giving away spoilers)

CL: My favourite scene to shoot was the one on the bridge with Norman. Rita gets to speak to her future husband truthfully and honestly and it really deepens their relationship.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered The Road Less Traveled Final Photo Assets


Kat: Were you able to relate to your character in this situation?

CL: I was. I often look at my own husband and see this incredible man standing in front of me and it drives me crazy when he can’t see it himself. I think it’s hard for us to see all the good in ourselves and my husband is extremely humble so I often remind him of his awesomeness! Lol

Kat: Do you have any advice for emerging actors?
CL: It’s a marathon not a race. Hanging in there during the tough times is just as important as excelling in the good times. And never ever stop studying!!!

Kat: Is there anything you miss from your childhood that you wish would make a comeback? (such as an instant camera?)
CL: YES!!!! I miss romantic comedies of the ’80s sooooooo much. John Hughes had the magic touch and I wish someone would make movies the way he did.

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