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James Denton

James Denton, 72, passed away at home Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022. Jim was an avid outdoorsman, hunter and fisher, a love of the outdoors he passed on to his children. He was well-known as a talented craftsman and wood carver. After working at the Potlatch Mill and Bennett’s Lumber, he built a successful business making wooden toys with his family. He worked as an independent truck owner/operator and retired from trucking in 2015.
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'Desperate Housewives' Stars Teri Hatcher, James Denton Reunite for Hallmark Christmas Movie

Former Desperate Housewives co-stars James Denton and Teri Hatcher are reuniting in the new Hallmark Channel Christmas movie A Kiss Before Christmas, premiering Sunday, Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. ET as part of the network's Countdown to Christmas. Denton, who played Mike Delfino on the hit ABC series, is also an executive producer on the movie, which marks the first time he's worked with Hatcher (Susan Mayer) since Desperate Housewives ended in 2012. This marks the first on-screen reunion of any cast members from the iconic series.

Teri Hatcher and James Denton reunite for holiday Hallmark movie

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — It's been almost 10 years since we said goodbye to ABC's 'Desperate Housewives,' but two of our favorite stars are finally reuniting, just in time for the holidays! Teri Hatcher and James Denton star in the Hallmark Channel's "A Kiss Before Christmas" this Sunday, but first they gave us the scoop on their holiday reunion.
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How James Denton Persuaded Teri Hatcher to Join Him in ‘A Kiss Before Christmas’ (VIDEO)

It’s true that Teri Hatcher and James Denton have played a married couple before: Their Desperate Housewives characters, Susan Mayer and Mike Delfino, tied the knot before the soapy hit series ended in 2012. So how challenging was it to play a wife and husband again in Hallmark’s A Kiss Before Christmas? “I think the chemistry and the camaraderie and trust between us never went anywhere,” Hatcher told TV Insider’s Jim Halterman. “It’s still at full-tilt capacity.”