Tony-nominated actor Gabriel Byrne, Tony winner Reed Birney, and actor-director Miriam Shor will join the upcoming Netflix true crime movie Lost Girls, along with Lola Kirke, Thomasin McKenzie, Oona Laurence, Kevin Corrigan, Rosal Colon, and Dean Winters, according to Deadline.
Based on Robert Kolker’s eponymous non-fiction book, the film follows Mari Gilbert as she hounds law enforcement to search for her missing daughter and unwittingly reveals a pattern of unsolved killings of young female sex workers.
Directed by Liz Garbus and adapted by Michael Werwie, the movie does not yet have a release date.
Byrne last appeared on Broadway in 2016 in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, for which he earned a Tony nomination. He also starred in A Touch of the Poet in 2005 and A Moon for the Misbegotten in 2000, for which he earned his first Tony nod and a Drama Desk nomination. On screen, he recently appeared in Hereditary. Birney was last seen on Broadway in 1984, and, prior to that, won a Tony Award for his work in The Humans; he was previously nominated for Casa Valentina. Shor, a series regular on Younger, originated the role of Yitzhak in Hedwig and the Angry Inch and was recently seen Off-Broadway in Sweat.