The Lifetime movie Girl in the Box is based on the true story of Colleen Stan (Addison Timlin). While hitchhiking from Oregon to California in May 1977, the 20-year-old accepted a ride from a young married couple, Cameron (Zane Holtz) and Janice Hooker. At knife point Colleen was abducted, then held captive for seven years. Cameron keeps Colleen in a coffin-like box under the couple's bed. When she's allowed out of the box, Cameron uses her as his S&M slave. His wife Janice explains to Colleen, "You're just here to take the pain."
[The District Attorney who prosecuted Cameron Hooker wrote the book 'Perfect Victim: The True Story of the Girl in the Box']
Janice Hooker is portrayed by Zelda Williams. The 27-year-old actress is the daughter of the late Robin Williams. Zelda is known for her roles on Dead of Summer (Drew Reeves), Teen Wolf (Caitlin), and Checked Out (Marissa), among others. She is also recognized for her role in the 2004 film House of D starring her father, Frank Langella, Tea Leoni and her husband at the time David Duchovny, who wrote and directed the film. Girl in the Box will premiere on Lifetime on Saturday, September 10 at 8pm.
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