'Deadly Yoga Retreat' on Lifetime: How Jonathan Bennett's agent discovered him in a train

'Deadly Yoga Retreat' on Lifetime: How Jonathan Bennett's agent discovered him in a train
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Isabella's marriage is falling apart in 'Deadly Yoga Retreat', Lifetime's latest thriller. As she ponders what she should do to keep herself and her husband Patrick together, Isabella receives an invitation to a one-of-a-kind Hawaiian yoga vacation. Remy Morrow, a well-known yoga master, is in charge of the retreat. Patrick is all for the idea and gently advises Isabella to travel to Hawaii and have some relaxing time at the quiet retreat. The time apart, he feels, is a natural reset that will help them both figure things out. Isabella, too, is in desperate need of some alone time, and this is the ideal chance to rediscover herself and repair their relationship.

When Isabella arrives in paradise, however, she quickly realizes that all is not as it appears. This is not the soothing voyage she expected and Remy is not the healing yogi she envisioned. Isabella is now pushed to the final test as she must mentally and physically survive this monster who is following and killing retreat attendees on a regular basis. Worst of all, when Remy sets his sights on Isabella, the promised utopia turns into misery on earth. Here is all you need to know about the cast of the movie. 


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Jonathan Bennett

Jonathan David Bennett was born in Rossford, Ohio. After graduating from Otterbein's theatre department, he moved to New York to pursue acting. Ah luck would have it, he was found by an agent while sitting in a train. Six months later, he landed the role of J.R. Chandler on the popular soap opera 'All My Children. '

Jonathan's career has taken off since then. He's starred in a number of teen comedies with some of Hollywood's biggest and brightest performers, including 'Cheaper by the Dozen 2'  and 'Lovewrecked', among others. In 'Van Wilder: Freshman Year' he also stepped in and took over the legendary role of Van Wilder, replacing Ryan Reynolds. He is best known for his role in Aaron Samuels’s comedy film 'Mean Girls' in 2004.



Jonathan is gay and is married to Jaymes Vaughan, a former Amazing Race competitor and current Celebrity Page presenter. Bennett's representatives revealed on November 30, 2020, that he was engaged to Vaughan, who proposed with an original song on the set of The Christmas House. Bennett and Vaughan were the first homosexual couple to be featured on the cover of The Knot magazine in 2021. The pair married in Mexico's Unico Riviera Maya Hotel in March 2022.



According to sources, Jonathan's estimated net worth is $1 Million. His acting career has contributed to the bulk of his income.

Danielle C Ryan

Danielle Ryan was born in Upland, California, but later moved to Utah. She began her acting career in commercials before landing her first role in 'Little Secrets' at the age of seven. Her role as Thing One in 'The Cat in the Hat' cemented her fame as a child actress. Ryan has acted in a number of well-known films and television series, including 'Criminal Minds' and 'Magnum P.I.'

Danielle is quite active and spends most of her time outside with her dogs and horses, in addition to her current film projects.

Danielle C Ryan (IMDb)


She also enjoys dancing, mixed martial arts, and racing, all of which have been included in her movie career. In terms of her personal life, it appears that she has successfully kept it hidden from the public eye as there is no information available regarding her dating life. According to sources, her net worth is estimated to be between $1 Million and $5 Million. Her main source of income is her career as a professional actress.

'Deadly Yoga Retreat' premieres on Sunday, June 5 at 8/7c on Lifetime.

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