Dr. Cassandra Railly is a brilliant virologist whose world is turned upside down when she's kidnapped by Cole. He claims that in the future she'll send him a message asking for his help to stop a plague that will kill billions. After he disappears, Railly's life falls apart, and she questions her own sanity. But when Cole returns, she's drawn into a mission to help prevent the viral outbreak. As a doctor she has taken a vow to do no harm -- but what does that mean when harm must be done to save the world?
About Amanda Schull
A former professional ballet dancer, Schull was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. She made her motion picture debut in Sony Pictures’ “Center Stage,” directed by Nicholas Hytner. Following “Center Stage,” she danced with the San Francisco Ballet for several years before returning to acting with recurring roles on the CW’s “One Tree Hill,” the ABC Family series “Pretty Little Liars,” and TNT’s “Murder In The First.” This year, Schull starred in Hallmark Channel’s original film “Love, Once and Always,” and was also promoted to series regular in USA Network’s legal drama “Suits” after recurring for several seasons. Additional feature film credits include “Mao’s Last Dancer,” “J. Edgar,” “I Am Wrath” and “Devil’s Gate.”
Schull resides in Los Angeles with her husband, George, and their dog, Rupert.
You can follow her on Twitter @AmandaSchull