‘Stolen in Her Sleep': 5 things you need to know about Lifetime thriller

‘Stolen in Her Sleep': 5 things you need to know about Lifetime thriller
Still from ‘Stolen in Her Sleep' (IMDb)

'Stolen in Her Sleep,' a Lifetime thriller, follows a lady whose life takes a terrible turn as her psychotic new friend plots to kidnap her young daughter.

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When does ‘Stolen in Her Sleep' release and where can you watch it?

‘Stolen in Her Sleep'  premieres on May 20 at 8pm ET on Lifetime Movie Network (LMN).

What is ‘Stolen in Her Sleep' all about?

The official synopsis is as follows: "New mom Hallie Reynolds is devoted to baby Ava, who had a heart transplant when she was born. But motherhood is exhausting and her mother-in-law is overbearing, so Hallie is thrilled when she makes a new friend called Megan Banks. Hallie’s life takes a sinister turn as danger seems to follow her every move, and she starts to question whether someone is out to kill her and take her child – or if it’s just her mind playing tricks."


Who stars in ‘Stolen in Her Sleep'?

Morgan Bradley

Morgan Bradley, an actor, and singer from New Zealand, is the daughter of farmers Robert and Sharon Bradley. Morgan attended Hagley Theatre Company in 2009, earning a spot in the prestigious Unitec Institute of Performing and Screen Arts. Morgan's first Hollywood feature film, 'The Aerialist,' starring Morgan as reporter Runa Wolff, was released on Amazon Prime in 2020.


Alicia Leigh Willis

Alicia has a recurring role on the ABC daytime drama 'General Hospital,' where she plays Courtney Matthews (since December 2001). She was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of "Outstanding Younger Lead Actress" for her portrayal at the 2003 Daytime Emmy Awards in New York City.



Who is the showrunner?

‘Stolen in Her Sleep' is directed by John Murlowski.




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