'Killer Competition': Meet Jacqueline Scislowski, Cristine Prosperi and rest of the cast of Lifetime thriller
Lifetime Movies is back to make your Sundays even better, with yet another murder thriller, 'Killer Competition', which is directed by Andrew Lawrence and written by Daniel West. Lawrence, who is known for the characters of Andy Roman in 'Brotherly Love' and TJ in 'Detweiler in Recess', made his directorial debut in 2020 with the action film, 'Money Plane' starring Adam Copeland.
The official synopsis of the 'Killer Competition' reads, "High school senior Nicole (Jacqueline Scislowski, Cheer Camp Killer) is determined to become valedictorian, but she faces stiff competition from a few of her other classmates. When Nicole's friend, Sarah (Cristine Prosperi, The Wrong Cheerleader), suggests they manipulate test scores to give Nicole the higher academic placement, it catapults a chain of events leading to a student's suicide. New evidence arises suggesting the suicide was actually a murder and Nicole sets out to find the true killer before she becomes the next murder victim."
Born on May 15, 2000, Jacqueline Scislowski started working on her first student film at the age of 5. She has worked on over 40 films, TC and video projects. According to her short bio on IMDb, "Since the age of 3, she has done a lot of modeling for companies such as American Girl, One Step Ahead and Kohl's. She fills up any spare time with gymnastics, dancing, and hanging out with her friends."
Born on April 7, 1993, Christine Prosperi debuted in an advertisement for Unico when she was just 3. She made her acting debut with small roles in the 2007 movies 'Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming and Your Beautiful Cul de Sac Home'. In 2009 she guest-starred on the comedy series 'The Latest Buzz'. She is known for playing the character of Imogen Moreno in 'Degrassi', Tiara Turner on the Family Channel series 'Really Me' and Mikayla in the TeenNick series 'Open Heart'. Prosperi also starred in the 2012 web series 'Totally Amp'd' where she played the character of Aria and in the 2013 Nickelodeon television movie 'Nicky Deuce'.
Born in West End, Philip McElroy made his acting debut in 2018 with 'The Wrong Teacher'. Later, he appeared in films like, 'Cheer Camp Killer' (2020) and 'It's Not a Date' (2019).
'Killer Competition' will premiere on Lifetime Movies on Sunday, November 1, at 8 pm ET.