9.30.10 - On Oct.
3, Patrick will be a representative of ICAP,
accompanying two Nobel Peace Prize winners, Betty
Williams and Shirin Ibadi, to San Francisco for a
Women As PeaceMakers forum. He will moderate
their panel discussions, and then accompany them to
the Soka University in Alisa Vieho for student
Healing Hands Premieres on the Hallmark Channel
March 20, 2010
When a humble
man receives a gift he never asked for, he is faced
with a life-or-death decision of what to do with it.
Eddie Cibrian and Lisa Sheridan star with "Dallas"
and "Step By Step" favorite Patrick Duffy in
"Healing Hands," a Hallmark Channel in HD Original
Movie premiering Saturday, March 20 (9p.m. ET/PT
Buddy Hoyt (Cibrian) lives a simple life from the
garage apartment of his adoptive parents, Aunt Beth
(Meagan Fay) and Uncle Norman (Duffy). Buddy works
thanklessly as a school janitor and is busy planning
the next move for himself and his fiance, Alice
(Sheridan), when suddenly, one wrong step sends him
into a coma. When he finally comes to, his life
changes in a way he can hardly believe. Buddy
realizes he has the ability to heal others just by
touching them, although he must drain his own energy
to revitalize theirs. Almost overnight, the humble
janitor becomes the talk of the town, and he finally
feels appreciated as more people come to him for
help. However, Buddy's gift begins to take its toll,
on both his health and his relationship with Alice,
and he realizes that helping others can't mean
overlooking his own well-being. With the life he has
waited for now on the line, Buddy must decide to
what extent he is able to put others' futures ahead
of his own.
Hands" is an LG Films Production in association with
Larry Levinson Productions. Larry Levinson is the
executive producer, Randy Pope and Michael Moran are
the co-executive producers, and Erik Heiberg and
Lincoln Lageson are the producers. Bradford May
directed from a script by Steven H. Berman.
Multimedia Page to watch a Behind the Scenes video
from the movie set.