“Geek Charming” starring Sarah Hyland and Matt Prokop to air on Disney Channel next month

Two familiar Disney faces will appear in a new Disney Channel original movie next month. Sarah Hyland (Modern Family) and Matt Prokop (High School Musical 3: Senior Year) will share the screen in “Geek Charming,” a movie based on the book of the same name by Robin Palmer. Hyland plays Dylan, a snobby high school girl (not too far of a stretch from her role on Modern Family) who becomes the focus of a documentary being made by Josh (played by Prokop.) Other cast members include:

  • Sasha Pieterse (Pretty Little Liars)
  • Jordan Nichols (Shake it Up)
  • Vanessa Morgan (My Babysitters a Vampire)
  • Lili Simmons (Zeke and Luther)
  • Andrew Airlie (50/50)

“Geek Charming” will premiere on the Disney Channel on Friday, November 11th at 8pm EST.

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About Adam Britten

Adam Britten is a self-proclaimed Disney geek. From a very young age, he fondly remembers visiting the parks with his family on an almost yearly basis. Currently a Master of Digital Marketing Student at Hult International Business School, Adam wishes on a star that he will one day work for the mouse's marketing department. He’s visited Disneyland, Walt Disney World, & Disneyland Paris; he hopes to complete the world tour. His favorite Disney movie is Alice in Wonderland. Can also be seen on: Twitter as @AdamBritten, www.AdamBritten.com, and his new blog about the intersection between social media and theme parks at SocialThemeParks.com.
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  3. Amphigorey says:

    I would like to see more women geek characters. I’m pretty tired of the notion that only men are geeks.

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