In the TV movie I Know Where Lizzie Is, a 15-year-old named Lizzie (Madison Iseman) goes missing. Her divorced parents are desperate to find her. When Lizzie's wealthy father Martin (Richard Ruccolo) offers a $2 million reward, psychic Tracy Spencer (Nadia Bjorlin) says she knows Lizzie is alive and can help find her. While Martin thinks the psychic is exploiting their daughter’s disappearance, Lizzie’s mother wants to believe and trust the psychic.
[Tracey Gold wrote about her struggle with anorexia in: Room to Grow: An Appetite for Life]
Lizzie’s mother is portrayed by Tracey Gold. She’s known for her roles on Growing Pains (Carol Seaver) and in the 1994 TV movie For the Love of Nancy based on a true story about an anorexic woman, and Stolen Innocence with Thomas Calabro (Michael on Melrose Place), among others. I Know Where Lizzie Is premieres on LMN on Sunday, July 31 at 8pm.
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