'Pearl in the Mist' Full Cast List: Meet Raechelle Banno, her sister Karina and rest of the stars of Lifetime movie based on VC Andrews' novel

Lifetime's movie series based on VC Andrews' Landry Family book series includes 'Ruby', 'Pearl in the Mist', 'All That Glitters' and 'Hidden Jewel'


                            'Pearl in the Mist' Full Cast List: Meet Raechelle Banno, her sister Karina and rest of the stars of Lifetime movie based on VC Andrews' novel
Raechelle Banno as Ruby and and Karina Banno as Giselle in 'Pearl in the Mist' (Lifetime)

Lifetime is set to premiere its next movie series based on VC Andrews' Landry Family book series which includes, 'Ruby', 'Pearl in the Mist', 'All That Glitters' and 'Hidden Jewel'. All four movies will be debuting over consecutive weekends starting on March 20.  Since there are four movies, the official press release states that "the movie series follows Ruby Landry, who after being raised by her loving spiritual healer grandmother in the Louisiana bayou, is ensnared in a world of dark family secrets and betrayal upon discovering that she has another family living in New Orleans."

Read on to learn more about the cast of the movie based on the second book in the VC Andrews' Landry Family book series, 'Pearl in the Mist'.

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Raechelle Banno as Ruby and and Karina Banno as Giselle in V.C. Andrews’ 'Pearl in the Mist' (Lifetime)

Raechelle Banno as Ruby

Raechelle is known for her works in 'Home and Away' (2015-2018), 'Second Best' (2018), 'Phenomena' (2018) and 'In Your Dreams' (2013). Her other works include 'Exposure' (2013), 'Pandora' (2019), and '100% Wolf: Legend of the Moonstone' (2020-2021).

Karina Banno as Giselle

Karina is known for her works in 'Second Best', 'Reckoning' (2019), and 'Mr Inbetween' (2019). Her recent works include 'Phenomena' (2018), 'The Letdown' (2019), 'Pandora' (2019) and 'Moon Rock for Monday' (2020). In 2019, the actress was nominated for an Annual Award at the Changing Face International Film Festival for 'Best Ensemble Cast for Best Ensemble Cast for the short film 'Portrairt' which she shared with actor Charles Le Patourel. The actress also has a release titled 'Fam Time' listed as complete.

Ty Wood as Beau 

Raechelle Banno as Ruby and Ty Wood as Beau in V.C. Andrews’ 'Pearl in the Mist' (Lifetime)

Wood is known for his roles as Zach in 'BH90210' (2019), Billy Marlin 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' (2018-2020), Billy Campbell in 'The Haunting in Connecticut' (2009), and Vector in 'ReBoot: The Guardian Code' (2018). His other recent works include 'The Order' (2019), 'Spiral' (2019), and 'Riverdale' (2020). The actor was nominated for a Young Artist Awards for Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special - Supporting Young Actor for 'Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story' (2010) but had won a Young Artist Award the year prior for Best Performance in a Feature Film - Supporting Young Actor for 'The Haunting in Connecticut'. He's also won a Joey Award for Young Ensemble Cast in a Dramatic Series for 'When Calls the Heart' (2014) which he shared with this castmates

Richard Harmon

(L to R) Richard Harmon and Raechelle Banno in V.C. Andrews’ 'Pearl in the Mist' (Lifetime)

Harmon is most popularly known for his role as John Murphy in 'The 100', but his other works include his roles as Kirk Lane in 'I Still See You' (2018) and Tony in 'The Age of Adaline' (2015). His most recent works include 'I Still See You' (2018), 'Puppet Killer' (2019), the TV series 'Van Helsing' (2019), and 'The Return' (2020). The actor has won three Leo awards - one in 2011 for Best Performance in a Youth or Children's Program or Series for 'R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour' (2010), one in 2013 for Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series for 'Continuum' (2012) and one in 2020 for Best Guest Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series for 'Van Helsing'. In 2018, Harmon also won a WFF Stars to Watch presented by UBCP/ACTRA for Star to Watch for 'Woodland' (2018), and in 2019 he won a Platinum Hattie at the Anaheim International Film Festival for Best ensemble cast for 'Puppet Killer' (2019). Last year, the actor also won for Best Actor at the New York City Horror Film Festival for 'The Return' (2020).

Lauralee Bell as Daphne

Lauralee Bell as Daphne in V.C. Andrews’ 'Pearl in the Mist' (Lifetime)

Bell is known for her works as Jackie in 'Mistress Hunter' (2018), Kate in 'mI promise' (2013), Karen O'Connell in 'Family Dinner' (2009), and Christine Blair Williams in 'The Young and the Restless' (1984-2021). The actress who is only part of VC Andrews 'Ruby' and 'Pearl In The Mist' has been part of quite a few productions such as the TV Series 'Castle' (2012), 'Deadly Expose' (2017), and 'Nightmare Tenant' (2018). In 1989, the actress won a Young Artist Award for Best Young Actress in a Daytime Drama Series for 'The Young and the Restless' and in 1999 she won a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress for the same production. In 2014 she won a Bronze Telle for Internet/online video - Drama for 'mI promise' which she shared with executive producer Scott Martin, and producers Ash Christian and Anne Clements. That same year she also won a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime for the same production, which she shared with the same trio.

The rest of the cast includes Sam Duke, Gil Bellows, Marilu Henner, Darien Martin as Buck, Chad Willett, Glynis Davies as Mrs. Clairborne, Sage Linder as Abby, Maddy Hillis as Kate, and many more.

Sam Duke in V.C. Andrews’ 'Pearl in the Mist' (Lifetime)

Based on the second book in the VC Andrews' Landry Family book series, "'Pearl in the Mist' finds Ruby still struggling to find true happiness, after a year of living at her father’s lavish mansion. When Ruby and her twin Giselle (Karina Banno) are sent away to an exclusive all-girls boarding school, Ruby is hopeful for a new start with her sister. But when Ruby is once again shamed for her backwater upbringing and her cruel Headmistress Mrs Ironwood (Henner) along with her stepmother Daphne (Bell) and Giselle continues to plot against her, Ruby must endure torturous punishments and public humiliation. Ruby holds out hope and continues to dream of a better future until tragedy leaves her alone in a world of deceit."

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