'Nobody Will Believe You' Full Cast List: Meet Jenna Rosenow and others from Lifetime thriller
'Nobody Will Believe You' is a textbook stalker film that follows the lives of mother-daughter duo Melanie and Hannah
Lifetime thriller 'Nobody Will Believe You', originally titled 'Pretty Little Victim', is a textbook stalker film that follows the lives of mother-daughter duo Melanie and Hannah who are looking for a fresh start. "Hannah, a budding pianist is eager to fit in at her new school, but the popular kids don’t warm to her and she feels like an outcast," the official synopsis reads. Troubles intensified when her phone was hacked and she was stalked. Is she able to get to the bottom of the issue? Only time will tell.
Jenna Rosenow as Melanie Baxter
As seen in the trailer, Rosenow plays the wary mother. At the same time, she tries to fuel her daughter Hannah's dream to be an established pianist. Her efforts are thwarted by a "stranger". It remains to be seen if she is able to rise above the menial threats and shiled her daughter from being harassed. Rosenow was last seen in Netflix's 'Firefly Lane' as Kimber Watts and 'Neighbours'.
Emily Topper as Hannah Baxter
Topper plays the starry-eyed teenager who tries to fit into a new school with little success. Not only is she made to feel like an outcast, but a gang of troublemakers also bullies her so much that the school counseling doesn't help. Topper is known for 'Girl in the Basement' (2021) and 'Home Safe' (2021).
John William Wright as Garrett Williams
At this point, Wright's role in the film is unclear. He could either come in as a source of relief for the mother and daughter or he has been cast in a negative role. Let's wait and watch. He is an actor and assistant director and known for 'The Secrets She Keeps' (2021) and 'Love in the Sun' (2019). He is married to Labri Langston Wright and the couple shares two children.
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