Sara Boustany Joins Cast Of Ziad H. Hamzeh Feature ‘Hello, Beautiful’

EXCLUSIVE: Sara Boustany has joined the cast as one of the leads in Hello, Beautiful, which is based on the Christine Handy novel Walk Beside Me. Handy is producing along with Michael Espinosa, and Ziad H. Hamzeh–who will also serve as director. The film also stars Tricia Helfer and Tarek Bishara.

Hello, Beautiful revolves around Willow, a successful model, struggling with the facade of a perfect life while confronted with a crumbling family dynamic and then, breast cancer diagnosis. Sara will play “Isabel,” her wild and resentful teenage daughter who is struggling with her own obstacles.

Boustany hails from Lebanon. She moved to the U.S. as a teenager, where she landed the recurring guest star role of Miranda in the Emmy-nominated Hulu series, Pen15. She also appeared in a lead role in Netflix’s Dolly Parton produced anthology series Heartstrings, playing a young Sarah Shahi.

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