Published: Wednesday February 19, 2014 MYT 11:40:00 AM
Updated: Wednesday February 19, 2014 MYT 2:15:22 PM

Rose McIver to star in 'Flowers In The Attic' sequel

New Zealand actress Rose McIver currently stars in 'Once Upon A Time'.

New Zealand actress Rose McIver currently stars in 'Once Upon A Time'.

The Once Upon A Time star will join actors Heather Graham and Ellen Burstyn in the TV movie.

Lifetime has found its adult Cathy for its followup to Flowers In The Attic. Rose McIver will play the pivotal role in Petals On The Wind, a network representative told TheWrap.

Executive producer Michele Weiss has previously told TheWrap that Flowers In The Attic’s young stars Kiernan Shipka and Mason Dye, who played oldest children Cathy and Chris, won’t be back for the sequel as they’re too young for the roles. Petals On The Wind will be set in the 1970s, 10 years after the events of Flowers, in the South.

McIver joins already confirmed returning cast members Heather Graham and Ellen Burstyn.

The actress most recently played Tinkerbell on ABC’s Once Upon A Time. Her credits also include Showtime’s Masters Of Sex and children may recognise her as the Yellow Power Ranger on ABC’s Power Rangers R.P.M. She also appeared on the film The Lovely Bones. A New Zealand native, McIver is represented by WME, Sue Barnett and Associates (Australia), Johnson and Laird Management (New Zealand) and Principato-Young Entertainment. — Reuters

Tags / Keywords: Entertainment, Actress, Actor, Rose McIver, Once Upon A Time, Flowers In The Attic, TV, Series

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