Paul Greene spent his 20s traveling the world and cultivating a successful modeling career. He went on to guest star in numerous shows and eventually landed the role of a lifetime: the “King of Hallmark.” As Hallmark’s leading man, Greene has commanded countless films and series, making him one of the channel’s most beloved actors. Season 6 of his show, “When Calls the Heart,” premieres on Sunday, Feb. 24. While fans can’t wait to see Dr. Carson Shepherd back in action, there’s also another role they’re excited to see Greene play: the role of a musician. The actor is currently working on a new Southern folk album, along with a list of other things that call to his heart.
“This is a tribute to my dad, who passed from ALS four-and-a-half years ago,” Greene tells AXS about his upcoming album. “I’ve done a lot of work through ALS.net,” he continued. “I ran two big non-profit art sales through a foundation I started called Art for ALS. There’s a percentage of this album that’s going toward this cool biotech lab in Boston, called the Therapy Development Institute [TDI]. I believe in the work that they’re doing. That’s a big part of my driving force.”
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