The Lost Girls Cast, Plot, Trailer(Lifetime Movie 2022)

The Lost Girls

The movie The Lost Girls stars Jane Widdop, Olivia d’Abo, Randall Batinkoff, Juliette Hanover, and Dylan Sprayberry. Let’s have a look at the detailed information about the movie cast & crew, plot, trailer, release date, and photos.

The Lost Girls is a Lifetime original thriller TV movie scheduled to Premieres Saturday, March 26 at 8/7c. The movie follows a teenage girl who struggles to reconnect with herself and her family after escaping from a sex trafficking ring. The movie starred American actress Jane Widdop, British actress Olivia d’Abo, and American actor Randall Batinkoff as the main cast.

The Lost Girls Plot

The official synopsis reads “After escaping from a sex trafficking ring, one teenage girl struggles to reconnect with herself and her family. To rescue her helpless friends, she must confront her own fears and help lead the police to her traffickers–at all costs.”

The Lost Girls Full Cast List

  • Jane Widdop
  • Olivia d’Abo
  • Randall Batinkoff
  • Juliette Hanover
  • Dylan Sprayberry

The Lost Girls Lead Actors

Jane Widdop

Jane Widdop

Jane Widdop is an American actress based in Los Angeles, CA, born on April 23, 2002. Jane Widdop is probably known for the roles she portrayed, Breanne in the thriller crime movie “Deadly Daughter Switch,” Laura Lee in the showtime mystery horror series “Yellowjackets,” and Lily Padgett in amazon prime comedy series “The Kicks.”

Recently Jane Widdop appeared in the movies “Deadly Daughter Switch,” and “Angie: Lost Girls.’ She also portrayed the recurring role of Teen Laura Lee on the Showtime series “Yellowjackets.”

Olivia d’Abo

Olivia d’Abo

The English actress and singer Olivia d’Abo is born on January 22, 1969, in Paddington, London, United Kingdom. She is famous for portraying the role of Karen Arnold in the series “The Wonder Years” from 1988 to 1993. Olivia d’Abo is also known for the roles she played in many movies and shows including the character of Star Sapphire in the animation fantasy “Justice League: Doom,” the role of Luminara Unduli in the action fantasy movie “Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker,” and Angela in the crime drama “Point of No Return.”

Olivia recently can be seen in the comedy series “QueerTalk,” playing the role of Sandy, and in the drama movie “Traveling Light.” Her upcoming projects include the role of Linda in Allan Ungar directing action thriller movie “Bandit,” and the character of Grace Baxter in Russ Emanuel directing Sci-Fy “Staycation.”

Randall Batinkoff

Randall Batinkoff

Randall Batinkoff is an American actor born on October 16, 1968, in Monticello, New York, United States. Randall Batinkoff is working as an actor for the last four decades and has been credited with more than 70 movies or series. Randall Batinkoff’s famous roles include Stan Bobrucz in the comedy-drama “For Keeps,” the role of Rip Van Kelt in the drama movie “School Ties,” and Chad Shadowhill in John Singleton directed drama movie “Higher Learning.”

Randall Batinkoff recently is seen in Julia Verdin directed “Angie: Lost Girls,” and Glenn Withrow directed family sport “The Last Champion.” His upcoming projects include the role of Ari in William McNamara’s directing drama “The Trouble with Billy,” and the character of Randal in the up upcoming series “Head Trip.”

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Trailer

Release Date

The Lifetime thriller “The Lost Girls” premieres Saturday, March 26, 2022, at 8/7c on Lifetime. Don’t miss it.

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1 thought on “The Lost Girls Cast, Plot, Trailer(Lifetime Movie 2022)”

  1. The premise of this film is important, but this movie is SOOOOOOOO BAD. I want to rate it on Rotten Tomatoes, but I cant find a listing for it, other similar titles are coming up. The acting is TERRIBLE. The writing is LAZY. The pace is weird – like you have no idea how much time has passed and the way her parents handle everything is ATROCIOUS and the storyline is a MESS. It’s a SAD sad sad horrible reality but this film is almost a mockery. Whoever green lit this and paid for it should be ashamed. I know Lifetime movies are BAD, but this is insanely bad.

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