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About The Cast of Lifetime’s The Eleventh Victim

Written by Alexander Tucker   // 11/03/2012

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Jennie Garth as Hailey Dean

Jennie Garth skyrocketed to stardom with her role as Kelly Taylor on “Beverly Hills, 90210.” The show became a ratings juggernaut, lasting 10 seasons, and remains one of the most successful and iconic television series ever produced. She also became the first female cast member to direct episodes of the show. In 2008 Jennie reprised her role as Kelly in the new 90210 series. She was back at West Beverly High, but this time she was all grown up and working as the school guidance counselor. 

While starring on “Beverly Hills, 90210”, she also appeared as the lead in several television movies, including “Danielle Steel’s Star”, “Without Consent”, “Lies of the Heart: The Story of Laurie Kellogg”, “Falling for You”, and “An Unfinished Affair.”

In 2002, Garth made her comedic debut as the straight-laced sister of Amanda Bynes in the WB’s “What I Like About You.” The series concluded in 2006 after a four season run.

In 2007, Garth returned to television in the Lifetime Original Movie, “Girl, Positive”, portraying a teacher who was HIV positive. Her performance garnered a PRISM AWARD for Outstanding Performance in a Miniseries. The same year, she appeared on Season 5 of “Dancing with the Stars” and was paired with Derek Hough. They reached the semi-finals in the competition.

Most recently, Garth starred in her own reality show, “Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country” on CMT, which chronicled her challenges as she picks up and moves her family from their home in Hollywood to a life on a Ranch in Central California.

Garth resides in Los Angeles with her three daughters, Luca Bella, Lola Ray, and Fiona Eve.

Metta World Peace as Detective Garlan Fincher

Born in Queens, New York, Metta World Peace (formerly known as Ron Artest) began playing basketball at a very young age. After being drafted by the Chicago Bulls in the 1999 NBA Draft, World Peace has risen as a sought-after forward, playing with the Indiana Pacers, the Sacramento Kings, the Houston Rockets, and currently, the Los Angeles Lakers. In 2004, he won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award and the NBA’s J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award in 2011.

In 2006, World Peace released “My World”, his hip hop album which featured artists such as P. Diddy, Juvenile, Mike Jones, Big Kap, Nature and Capone, and continues to work on music-related endeavors.

World Peace appeared as himself in the feature film “Think Like a Man” and had a guest role in the TV series, “Reed Between the Lines.” He also participated in the thirteenth season of the hit competition series “Dancing with the Stars”, where he became friends with Nancy Grace, author of The Eleventh Victim.

World Peace currently resides in Los Angeles.

Colin Cunningham as Clinton Burrell Cruise

Considered one of the most versatile actors in film and television, California native Colin Cunningham has made an underground name for himself with his complex and captivating characters. In 2012, Cunningham will return to television starring alongside Noah Wyle and Moon Bloodgood in season two of the hit Steven Spielberg / Dreamworks produced series “Falling Skies,” for TNT. Cunningham is a scene-stealer, as “John Pope,” the rogue survivor of the alien attack that has hit the world.

In addition to “Falling Skies,” Cunningham can be seen recurring on the CBS series“Flashpoint.” Cunningham has been a series lead on the shows “The Collector” [Chum TV], on the critically acclaimed series “Da Vinci’s Inquest” [CBC], and co-starred on the comedy “Living in Your Car” for HBO Canada. In August 2011, Cunningham received two Gemini Award nominations, Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role or Guest Role in a Comedic Series for his work on “Living in Your Car” and Best Performance by an Actor in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series for “Flashpoint.” In film, Cunningham has been pursued by Arnold Schwarzenegger in “The Sixth Day” [Columbia Pictures], and put his life on the line for Jennifer Garner in “Elektra” [20th Century Fox]. He has also appeared in multiple indie favorites, including comedic turns in “Best In Show” [Warner Bros.] and “Breakfast with Scot” [Regent Releasing] .

In 2009, Cunningham made a name for himself as a director, when he [along with actor/ producer Madison Graie] made the short list for an Academy Award nomination, for their film CENTIGRADE. The film [in which Cunningham also starred] took over two dozen“Best Of” awards and nominations, and in addition to being considered for the Oscar, it became the first short film in iTunes history to break the Top Ten in Feature Downloads, finding itself right alongside such Hollywood blockbusters as “Iron Man” and “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” The film hit numerous Top Ten Lists, including the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, the Palm Springs International Film Festival, the Vancouver International Film Festival, the Jackson Hole International Film Festival, the Montreal World Film Festival, Short Film Corner [Cannes], Best of Shorts Film Festival [France], and Canadian Film Center [CFC].“Centigrade” enjoys the notoriety as one of the most successful short films ever made and is currently being developed into a project for television.

Although relatively a new name to hit the industry in the United States, Cunningham has dominated the Canadian scene for years, being nominated for twelve Leo Awards [including three wins, in 2008 for Best Director for a Short Drama and Best Performance by a Male in a Short Drama for “Centigrade”, and in 2004 for Dramatic Series: Best Guest Performance by a Male for “Da Vinci’s Inquest.”] He has also directed several award winning music videos, and was nominated for Best Emerging Director at the 2008 Vancouver International Film Festival [VIFF].

Cunningham currently resides in Malibu, California. In addition to acting, he is on the stable of music video directors for Country Music Television [CMT] and he also plays the tenor saxophone.


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