Lifetime has set three new original movies for winter 2022 that star Amber Riley, LeToya Luckett and Tatyana Ali. One of the projects is Vanished: Searching for My Sister which stars Tatyana Ali play the role of herself and her twin.
Justin Bruening, Jasmine Guy, Carolyn Hennesy and Anthony “Treach” Criss also star in the film.
Synopsis: Twins Jada and Kayla (both played by Ali) could not be more opposite: Jada being the mild-mannered sister with an office job, and Kayla the wild child. Recently divorced from her husband Warren (Bruening), Kayla asks Jada to watch her daughter while she sets up her new apartment. But after a few days with no word from Kayla, Jada begins to worry and reports her sister missing. With no leads and the police investigation at a standstill, Jada takes matters into her own hands. She disguises herself as her sister and gets pulled into a world of drugs and deceit in order to learn the shocking truth about what really happened to Kayla.
Tim Woodward Jr. directs from a script written by Christina Welsh. Vanished: Searching for My Sister is produced by Big Dreams Entertainment and Leslie Greif serves as executive producer.
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