'Deadly Transaction': Meet the cast of the Lifetime movie on teens who make counterfeit money to live lavishly
Two teens live a lavish life using counterfeit bills that they create in their school art room until their illicit activity is discovered by their teacher
As the title suggests, Lifetime’s upcoming crime-thriller follows two teenage girls who are living a lavish life using counterfeit bills that they create in their school art room until their illicit activity is discovered by their teacher. 'Deadly Transaction' is set to premiere on June 20 at 8 pm on Lifetime. Meet the cast here ahead of its release:
Sarah Butler is an American actress who rose to prominence for portraying Jennifer Hills in the remake of the 1978 cult film ‘I Spit on Your Grave’, a performance that was critically acclaimed for sending chills down the spine. After graduating high school, Butler relocated to Los Angeles to study theatre at the University of Southern California. She later played Belle in ‘Beauty and the Beast’ at Disneyland for a year-and-a-half. She dropped out of college to pursue her career in acting. Butler has predominantly worked in television by appearing in both films and series. She has made guest appearances on ‘CSI: Maimi’ and ‘CSI: NY’. She has worked in Lifetime movies such as 'Nightmare Nurse', 'Infidelity in Suburbia and 'Woman on the Run'.
Canadian actress Kayala Wallace had a fascination with acting and performance from an early age. She first discovered her passion for arts at the age of six. She was born in Vancouver Island and moved to Vancouver to attend The Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria before her advent into the entertainment industry. She is popular for roles in ABC's 'The Good Doctor', 'Once Upon A Prince' and Christmas Solo'. Wallace has also made an appearance in the Disney TV film 'Descendants' from 2015. Her notable role includes Fiona Miller in Hallmark's 'When Calls the Heart'.
Larissa Albuquerque landed her first few roles in American television in 2012 with series such as 'Falling Skies' and 'Supernatural'. She next appeared in the TV movie 'Evangeline'. Albuquerque essayed lead character, Bethany, in Nickelodeon's 2015 movie 'Liar Liar Vampire'. She has trained at the Railtown Actors Theatre & Film Society and Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop in Vancouver and completed her Joint Bachelor's degree in Interactive Arts & Technology and Communications.