Jeff Ward Talks Manson’s Lost Girls on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, our host interviews Jeff Ward talks Manson’s Lost Girls in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. A veteran of theater in both New York and Los Angeles, Ward will next star as the infamous Charles Manson in the highly-anticipated Lifetime Original Movie. In the movie, viewers get a unique look at Manson’s life and personality through the eyes of his cult members. The dark thriller follows Linda Kasabian, played by MacKenzie Mauzy, as she first arrives at the seemingly idyllic Spahn Ranch hippie commune where she is embraced with open arms. Seduced by the group’s free-love lifestyle, Linda revels in the sisterhood and acceptance. Taken with Manson, he soon draws her into criminal activities, including late-night “creepy crawls” to steal from lavish homes. Linda reluctantly becomes an accomplice in Manson’s “Helter Skelter,” a drug-fueled murder spree that included the brutal death of actress Sharon Tate. She ultimately breaks away and turns herself in as a witness for the prosecution and helps to convict Manson. Hollywood next-generation stars Eden Brolin (I Dream Too Much), Greer Grammer (Awkward.), and Christian Madsen (Divergent) also showcase their talent. Jeff Ward stars in the lead role of Charles Manson in the TV movie Manson’s Lost Girls on Lifetime – Has guest-starred on hit shows including The Mentalist, Rosewood, and Law and Order: Criminal Intent to name a few. – Will next be seen in the upcoming film The Boy Downstairs. – Graduated from NYU’s prestigious Tisch drama school and trained with Kathleen Turner, Moises Kauffman, and Sam Shepard. – Also has international training. – Recently directed the play TAPE for the Aquila Morong Studio. – Has also worked with College Humor