Hallmark Movie Star Reveals Sad News

Brennan Elliott is a Hallmark channel staple. He has starred in many of their original movies. Some of his notable Hallmark films include “All of My Heart” (and sequels), “A Christmas Melody,” “Christmas in Vienna,” and “The Crossword Mysteries” series.

Elliott is best known for his recurring role as Dr. Nick Biancavilla on the medical drama “Strong Medicine,” which aired in the early 2000s. He has also appeared in many other TV shows, such as  “The 4400,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Cold Case,” and “Desperate Housewives.”

Brennan Elliott is married to Cami Row, and they have two children together. The couple has been open about their family’s journey and experiences, including Cami’s battle with cancer.

Her cancer has returned and Brennan has shared an update on Instagram. The post states she had surgery to treat her stage IV gastric cancer.

Cami is currently hospitalized.

Elliott shared a link to a Heavy article on his Instagram story. The article states that Cami had “mass excision” surgery that removed her belly button to stop the spread of the cancer.

“Brennan has been pulling double duty, prepping for a movie & coming to see me daily, making the best of a makeshift office in my hospital room as I nap,” Row wrote.

She also wrote about missing her two kids: Luna (9) and Liam (12). She will have to remain hospitalized as medical staff helps her control her pain and nausea. She also received a blood transfusion.

First diagnosed with early stage gastric cancer in 2018 at age 39, Row underwent successful treatment, including the surgical removal of her stomach. But by 2022, the cancer had returned and spread, resulting in her stage 4 diagnosis.

Cami’s first bout with cancer was in 2018. She was 39 and diagnosed with early stage gastric cancer. Her stomach was removed successfully. Then in April 2022, Elliott shared on Instagram that his wife had stage IV gastric cancer.

“Those closest to me know that my wife Cami has had several bouts with cancer in the past but now she embarks on a new journey as a Stage IV metastatic gastric cancer patient,” he posted.

He posted this vulnerable update in the hope of trying to help “even one person.”

Then in March 2023, Elliott posted that a biopsy showed no cancer. Unfortunately, it was reported in Heavy, the cancer was discovered again during a check up in March 2024.