Who plays Bailey in The Last Thing He Told Me?

By Louie Fecou
Published: April 15, 2023 (Last updated: December 23, 2023)
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Who plays Bailey in The Last Thing He Told Me on Apple TV+? We discuss the series and one of the supporting characters. 

Everyone loves a great mystery, and the book The Last Thing He Told Me captured the imagination of readers, making it a number one on The New York Times bestseller list, staying there for a whopping sixty-five weeks.

Its popularity would grow, and Goodreads Choice Awards named it as their best mystery and thriller of 2021, so it was no surprise an adaptation was imminent.

Apple TV+ would win the bidding war, and the mini-series starring ex-secret agent and Daredevil lover Jennifer Garner has got fans talking.

However, some viewers are asking about the supporting cast, so this gripping article explores the question of who plays Bailey in The Last Thing He Told Me.

Who is Bailey in The Last Thing He Told Me?

Well, first of all, Jennifer Garner is Hannah, who is Bailey’s stepmother in the show. However, Bailey is not responsive to Hannah, making things very difficult when her husband and father, Owen, goes missing. Bailey is hugely protective of her father, and tensions are high between her and Hannah.

Bailey has a boyfriend and also takes part in the school theatre group, and seems to blame Hannah for upsetting the situation between her and her father. However, it is not long before she reveals a major plot point to Hannah, and the two characters must work together to find the missing Owen.

Who plays Bailey in The Last Thing He Told Me?

Australian actress Angourie Rice plays Bailey. Her dad is film director Jeremy Rice, and her mum is also an actress, Kate Rice.

What is Angourie Rice most known for?

Angourie would make a mark in her role as Holly March, alongside Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling in The Nice Guys in 2016.

However, her appearances in all three Tom Holland-led Spider-Man movies may have brought Angourie a considerable fan base of Marvel fans.

In TV, she appeared in the award-winning TV series from HBO called Mare of Easttown and an episode of Black Mirror. Completionists will also find her in teen comedies Senior Year and Honor Society

Future projects include a role as Cady Heron in a musical film version of the popular property Mean Girls.

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