'Burning Little Lies' Full Cast List: Meet Annika Foster, Ashlynn Yennie and rest of the stars on Lifetime's thriller
The film centers around a young woman who is rescued by a handsome firefighter after a suspicious car crash
'Burning Little Lies', previously known as 'Burning Lies', shows that it is when we are emotionally vulnerable that we can truly get burnt. The film centers around a young woman who is rescued by a handsome firefighter after a suspicious car crash.
However, with an evil stepsister who is out to get her inheritance and parents who've met a suspicious end, it seems like the man who is her hero could also turn out to be the villain. Here is a look at the cast of Lifetime's latest thriller.
The character Annika Foster is plays in 'Burning Little Lies' is compared to Cinderella in the trailer. Like Cinderella, she has an evil stepsister who, in a modern day twist, wants to keep all her parents' inheritance to herself. Prior to her role in 'Burning Little Lies', Foster has had roles on hit shows such as 'Modern Family' and the films 'The Nightmare House' and 'Mudpots'.
Ashlynn Yennie plays the role of the calculating stepsister in 'Burning Little Lies'. Yennie, who has starred in numerous film and television shows, is possibly best known for her role as Jenny in the cult horror film 'The Human Centipede'.
Jamie Roy is a British actor who now calls Los Angeles home. While he has a degree in international business and entrepreneurship, the acting bug proved difficult to resist and Jamie is now a full-time actor. Prior to 'Burning Little Lies', he was a part of projects such as 'Flowers and Honey' and short films such as 'Pursuit of a Jigsaw'.
Mark Hapka is an actor and producer is best known for his roles in films such as 'Parallels' and 'Beyond the Mat'.
Who are the other stars?
'Burning Little Lies' also stars Britt George, Adam Hollick and Joe Corzo.
The film is directed by John Murlowski, who also serves as a writer on the film along with J Emilio Martinez.
You can catch 'Burning Little Lies' on Lifetime on Sunday, May 9, at 8/7c.