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Deadly Betrayal

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Deadly Betrayal
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  • Drama
  • Thriller
Written by
  • Howard Friedlander
  • Ken Peragine
Directed byJason Hreno
  • Nicollette Sheridan
  • Andrew Jackson
  • Robert Seeliger
  • Amanda Tilson
Theme music composerJames Gelfand
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s)English
Producer(s)Jean Bureau
CinematographyGeorges Archambault
Editor(s)Debra Karen
Running time92 minutes
Production company(s)
  • Incendo Productions
  • Deadly Betrayal Productions, Inc.
  • JB Media
  • Virgil Films & Entertainment
  • Mill Creek Entertainment
Original release
  • November 25, 2003 (2003-11-25)

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Deadly Betrayal is a 2003 television movie film starring Nicollette Sheridan, Andrew Jackson, Robert Seeliger and Amanda Tilson. It was directed by Jason Hreno and written by Howard Friedlander and Ken Peragine.


Feeling lonely and unfulfilled due to her husband's frequent travels, Donna decides to start an affair with her daughter's teacher. She's unaware that he's a serial killer that targets lonely married women, making it necessary for Donna to turn to her recently returned husband for help.


  • Nicollette Sheridan as Donna Randal
  • Andrew Jackson as Adam Hamilton
  • Robert Seeliger as Jeff Randal
  • Amanda Tilson as Melinda Randal
  • Leni Parker as Roz
  • Larry Day as Det. Lentino
  • Richard Jutras as Detective Drummond
  • Jennifer Morehouse as Jan Cooper
  • Emma Stevens as Mrs. Maronville
  • Una Kay as Mrs. Randal
  • Morgan Kelly as Young Adam
  • Chelsea Ceci as Shannon Cooper


Filming took place in Montreal, Quebec during 2002.[1]


  1. Massarella, Lisa (December 15, 2002). "Squabble on the Set". The Gazette. Newspapers.com. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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