'Her Deadly Groom': Meet Michael DeVorzon, Kat Watson and rest of the cast of Lifetime's thriller movie
'Her Deadly Groom' is a new addition to Lifetime's thriller collection. Directed by Jared Cohn, the movie follows Vincent Black, a middle-aged man who manipulates a woman called Allison to fall in love with him and eventually marry him. However, no one knows his true intentions with the relationship, which are propelled by twisted motives. If you are planning on watching 'Her Deadly Groom', which is premiering on July 26 on Lifetime, meet the cast here ahead of its release.
Michael DeVorzon is the son of Grammy award winner and Oscar-nominated musician Barry DeVorzon and Jelinda DeVorzon, who is a model and a philanthropist. His father is of Russian descent and his mother is English. He started acting at a young age and began his career working in the production of 'Melrose Place'. She appeared before the camera three years later and worked in television, commercials and movies. He is known for working in films such as NBC’s ‘Submerged, ‘Any Day’ and ‘Producer Sam’. His television credits include ‘Son of A Beach’, ‘Passions’, ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ and ‘Charmed’. He is well known for his feature in the long-running commercial ‘ZipRecruiter’, which has around 16M views on YouTube.
Kate Watson’s passion for performance grew strong when she trained as a dancer at Hawaii state ballet, a prestigious ballet school. She was born and raised in Oahu, Hawaii. Watson is known for her versatility, which has allowed her to work on renowned networks such as Lifetime, SyFy Showtime and Amazon. In ‘Her Deadly Groom’, she plays the role of Allison, the woman who is pursued by Vincent Black. She’s known for her works in ‘There’s Something Between Us’, ‘Doctor Death’, ‘Battle Stars Wars’, ‘Deadly Hollywood Obsession’ and ‘Galaxy Trek’. Watson has also written and produced in ‘There’s Something Between Us’.
Born in the suburbs of Metro Detroit, Elyse Danielle Cantor spent most of her childhood dancing and singing around the house. She contested in dance competitions at Miss Barbara Dance Centre. She was accepted at Cranbrook Kingswood at the age of 11. Although her parents insisted on her focusing on academics, she developed a love for arts in the school, especially due to encouragement by various faculty members. She took additional vocal and acting classes. She studied film at the University of Michigan and acting at NYU. She won the Next Gen actress award in 2015 at the Twister Alley International Film Festival.