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Rhiannon Fish: The Australian Hallmark Actress Making a Splash On the Network

From soap star to leading lady!


From Australian soap star to Hallmark sweetheart, Rhiannon Fish has range. Getting started on the small screen at the age of 11, the 32-year-old Canada-born Australia-raised actress made her television debut on the hit series Neighbours.

Roles that followed were in series such as As the Bell Rings and Satisfaction before her role of April Scott in Home and Away, an Australian soap opera, brought her recognition on a much greater scale from 2010 to 2013.

Rhiannon Fish, 2010
Rhiannon Fish, 2010Mike Flokis/WireImage

Later, Fish had a recurring role in the popular science-fiction series The 100 and appeared in films such as Occupation (2018), You’re Bacon Me Crazy (2020) and A Love to Remember (2021) before making her debut on the Hallmark Channel in Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: How To Con a Con (2021).

It wasn’t until 2021’s Journey of My Heart that she shined on the Hallmark screen as a leading lady opposite Darien Martin.

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Rhiannon Fish is leaving her mark on Hallmark

Fish recently starred alongside Hallmark hunk Tyler Hynes in the 2023 film A Picture of Her, and in an interview with UsWeekly, he revealed how much of a treat it was to work alongside her: “There’s something very present about [Rhiannon]. There was never a moment where I was looking at her and doing things in the scene where she wasn’t right there with me,” Hynes said.

Rhiannon Fish, My Norwegian Holiday, 2023
Rhiannon Fish, My Norwegian Holiday, 2023©2023 Hallmark Media/Photographer: Steffan Hill

“I could do things and she would be right there with me. It wouldn’t be thrown, wouldn’t get discombobulated, she would just be present with me. Once I taste a bit of that with another actor, I go, ‘Okay, now we can really have some fun because we can really start to play around here and try to find the magic and the in-between moments, which I think is where all the juicy stuff is.’”

And Hynes’ praise for the actress didn’t end there: “This film could have been a different movie had it not been [Rhiannon] in that role,” he continued. “Seeing it up close and looking at what she’s doing in this movie, she is really doing us a service. And I can’t say enough about her. She’s a really talented human being and just as lovely as you would think she is.”

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With that in mind, there’s no questioning the talent and skill Fish has brought to the Hallmark Channel. Here, take a look at some of our favorite Rhiannon Fish movies on the network, ranked.

Rhiannon Fish Hallmark movies, ranked

6. Nikki and Nora: Sister Sleuths (2022)

Nikki and Nora: Sister Sleuths brings two fraternal twin sisters, Nikki (Hunter King) and Nora (Rhiannon Fish) together again. Nora, a successful lawyer and Nikki, a struggling actress, don’t see eye to eye when they inherit a private detective agency. While Nikki wishes to liquidate the business, her plans are halted when she and her sister discover the body of the lead counsel of Nora’s law firm. Joining forces, the two set out to find the killer and solve the murder.

5. A Splash of Love (2022)

Chloe (Rhiannon Fish) is a PhD student specializing in the study of whales at a major Miami university. When the opportunity to expand her studies presents itself, Chloe sets out for the Pacific Northwest where she meets Ben (Benjamin Hollingsworth), a whale watching tour guide who she comes to learn she has more in common with than just a mutual love for whales.

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4. Journey of My Heart (2021)

Fish plays another wildlife expert in Journey of My Heart, where she takes on the role of Abby, a wildlife biologist who studies the migration and mating habits of eagles. Making her way to Alaska for her work and research, it’s there where she meets Jaco (Ray Thunderchild), a Native American man who teaches her about the eagles’ nesting area with his own personal knowledge, as well as Eric (Darien Martin) a wilderness guide who she takes a liking to.

3. When Love Springs (2023)

Rory (Rhiannon Fish) is a PR professional with a promotion on the line. When she heads to a quaint B&B for her parents’ vow renewal, she runs into her ex (Callan Colley). In a fit of panic, she informs him that Noah (James O’Halloran), the future B&B owner, is her boyfriend, even though he is not. Noah will act as Rory’s fake boyfriend if she can utilize her PR expertise to get the B&B ready for a travel blogger’s review. As their act progresses, so do their feelings for one another.

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2. My Norwegian Holiday (2023)

JJ (Fish) embarks on a trip to Norway, seeking answers surrounding a troll figurine her grandmother left to her. While she’s there, she spends time with a man name Henrik (David Elsendoorn), a skier whose career ending injury has sent him back home. As these two journeys cause JJ and Henrik to cross paths, feelings start to blossom between them.

1. A Picture of Her (2023)

Beth (Rhiannon Fish) works on her dad’s salmon boat until she goes to care for her aunt in Los Angeles who hurt her leg. Jake (Tyler Hynes) is a photographer who snaps a candid photo of Beth at a flower stand and before she knows it, her face is on the cover of a magazine. As her newfound fame grows, she’s unaware of the man behind the camera who took the famed photograph, but when Jake meets her at a dog park, it’s not long before he begins falling for her charm.

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