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12 Missing Actors Finally Located in a Lifetime Original Movie

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | August 30, 2012 |

By Dustin Rowles | Lists | August 30, 2012 |

It happens so quickly. One day, an actor is all over the place, and the next day, POOF, they’re gone. Sometimes, it happens gradually. Other times, it happens so quickly you don’t even realize the actor is missing. All you have is an empty feeling in your heart where memories of that actor once lived. If you search hard enough, however, you’re almost certain to find those actors hiding out in a Lifetime Original movie.

Y’all remember Julie Benz, right? Pretty woman, blonde, about 5’6 or 5’7. You probably remember her best from “Angel,” and several seasons of “Dexter.” Last you probably saw of her was in that superhero drama, “No Ordinary Heroes,” a couple of years back. It was quickly cancelled, then then POOF. Julie Benz was gone from our lives, abducted, taken away, and hidden from our view. Where’d she go?

Lifetime, of course. When searching for missing actors, it’s always a good place to start. Here’s 12 missing actors you could find on the network for women in the last few years if you searched hard enough.

Ione Skye, 12 Hours to Live — An FBI Agent must race against time to save the lives of two teens being held hostage by a dangerous gunman.


Holly Marie Combs, Point of Entry — In Arizona, the veteran Detective Miles Porter becomes obsessed about catching the murderer of his goddaughter.


Tom Cavanagh, The Capture of the Green River Killer — A pair of girls seeking adventure beyond the their Western Washington trailer park encounter the area’s most ruthless serial killer.


Jeremy London, Do You Know Me — Ellie Carter is recently graduated and has it all. While celebrating with friend and boyfriend, she comes across a milk carton with a picture of a missing child that looks a lot like her.

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Tom Everett Scott, The Devil’s Teardrop — Many people are left dead when a man known only as “The Digger” opens fire in a train station. A hand written letter is the only clue.


Julie Benz, Held Hostage — Michelle a single mother is kidnapped by three masked men and held hostage until she is forced to rob a bank which is the only option she has to saving her only child’s life while they are both wired to explode.


Samantha Mathis, Unanswered Prayers — After his football career, Ben Beck returned to his Virginia small town and joined the family building firm. His family happiness with wife Lorrie and adolescent son Jessie is suddenly tested by the return of Ben’s first high-school love, Ava Andersson, who visits from Chicago, after a failed marriage, to bury her ma.


Summer Glau, The Deadly Honeymoon — A couple marries in Hawaii, and embarks on a honeymoon cruise where things go terribly wrong.


Rose McGowan, The Pastor’s Wife — The story is based on the real-life 2006 media sensation where Mary Winkler murdered her small-town preacher husband.


Daryl Hannah, All The Good Ones Are Married — Ben Gold gets the break of his life as aspiring author, but must stay home with his kids, Luke and Madison.


Rob Morrow, Custody — A wealthy entrepreneur enters his daughter’s life for the first time and wows with riches, forcing her to decide if she would rather live with her foster parents or him.


Ralpha Macchio, Holiday Spin — About a man who runs a famed dance studio that has fallen on hard times and is preparing his star student — and future step-daughter for the annual Christmas Eve ballroom dance competition, the Holiday Spin.