Unassumingly attractive and athletic, Jack (the “Forehead Killer”) has a split personality. On one had, he is charming, likable and extremely “normal,” and on the other, he is a dangerously vicious psychopathic killer. One thing is certain: He was not born a psychopath – the cruelty of his adolescent world turned him into one.
Tim is a nerdy, seventeen-year-old high school senior with veiled good looks. To avenge his mother’s near death encounter with the “Forehead Killer,” he is obsessed with uncovering the identity of this psychopathic monster. Tim is in love with Jean, a fellow student. The boy doesn’t think he stands a chance with her until the two of them are paired up on a school project to profile the identity of the “Forehead Killer.”
Jean is a breath taking beauty. She comes from money and stands out from the rest of the girls in school. She is young yet wise beyond her years. Jean has an adventurous character that pushes her to step out of her “upscale” and “proper” upbringing and enter a world of danger, uncertainty and unexpected love.
Laura is Tim’s single mother. She is a fighter and a strong-willed woman. Her quick rise as one of LAPD’s top detectives was cut short when she was critically wounded while in pursuit of the infamous “Forehead Killer.” She now has to tote an inhaler everywhere she goes, but works hard to support the field detectives from her desk. The only thing that gets more care and attention than her job is Tim.
Benny is a fiery, Taiwanese immigrant and Tim’s best friend. He battles the Asian stereotype thrown on him by his classmates through his sharp humor. Though he works hard to earn the grades and make his parents proud like a good Taiwanese son, his real dream is to be the next Henry Cho.