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November 20, 2013 - Phyllis Sigal
You may remember reading about Wheeling native Bobby Campo having a part in the fall season opener of "Grey's Anatomy."
Well, you can see him again on TV — in fact several times in the next few weeks — in the holiday movie titled, "Snow Bride," on The Hallmark Channel.
"Snow Bride" airs Thursday, Nov. 21, at 10 p.m. then again Sunday, Nov. 24 at 4 p.m. and if you're up late enough Sunday night/Monday morning, it's on again at midnight. If you miss it this month, it airs again Dec. 10, 11, 25 and 26.
The son of Robert and Donna Camposecco, Bobby was born in Wheeling but moved to Florida at the age of 2.
But lots of his relatives still live in the area, including his great-grandmother, 95-year-old Rose Contraguerro, grandmother Theresa Campo, grandfather Joe Bauduin and a host of other Contraguerros.
According to Bobby's dad, the movie is a "cute love story," about two brothers, and this movie is "my favorite," Camposecco said.
According to the show's website, "With the promise of a promotion hanging in the balance, a tabloid reporter races to find juicy gossip about an influential political family. Her cynical opinion of them changes, however, when she inadvertently ends up spending the week leading up to Christmas with them and starts falling for one of the sons."
Bobby plays the younger brother of the son with whom the reporter falls in love.
Bobby's mom is played by Patricia Richardson, best known as Jill Taylor on "Home Improvement." The reporter is played by Katrina Law, most recently seen as Mira in the STARZ series, "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" and "Spartacus: Vengeance."
Bobby's older brother is played by Jordan Belfi, known for his work on the HBO series "Entourage," in which he played Adam Davies. Coincidentally, Belfi, too, has been on "Grey's Anatomy."