EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Morgan Bradley Previews LMN’s The Wrong Life Coach!


Morgan Bradley will star in “The wrong life coach” a new, original movie premiering Thursday , January 11th on Lifetime Channel. We at Survived The Shows had the pleasure of chatting with Morgan Bradley, about his experience on the movie and a lot more. 

Can you tell us a bit about your character in The Wrong Life Coach?

I play Jordan, who’s life is a bit all over the place. Her boss (Vivica Fox) is giving her a run for her money, so she decides to hire a life coach. Jordan takes the advice of the life coach wholeheartedly, which makes her do things that shake her even more. Then she has to take control of her own life and fix things before they get worse. 

What initially attracted you to your role in The Wrong Life Coach?

I was excited about working with the incredible actors and actresses who were already cast. Ms Vivica Fox, Eric Roberts, Tracy Nelson and Michael Pare just to name a few. It was amazing seeing them work and sharing the screen with them. 

What do you think makes this movie so special and captivating?

The wrong life coach is the 35th film in the wrong series, produced by Vivica Fox. They already have such a following and life coaches are something that everybody has a certain relationship with, so, I think with this film, everybody can relate in some way or learn some sort of lesson from the story. Then there is a thriller aspect to it too, which is always exciting for people to see. 

What do you hope audiences take away from watching The Wrong Life Coach?

I hope people enjoy it but also see that no matter what is going on in your life you can rely on your friends and family, or in the end, rely on yourself because, we always know what is best for ourselves. And maybe the biggest lesson would be to ‘vet’ any life coaches that you may hire haha.

What was it like working with the rest of the cast on set?

It was wonderful working with the other actors and actresses. Their professionalism and drive on set was inspiring. I had a lot of fun with the main cast because we spent plenty of time together. We laughed a lot and created new friendships. It was a special cast and crew

What can you tease about your character Journey?

Jordan starts a little lost, and she makes some wrong decisions and gets even more lost, and things seem pretty dire, until she picks herself up, stands in her power and takes control of her life. She becomes the hero in her own story.

What was your favorite scene or moment while filming The Wrong Life Coach?

I think the final scene with the life coach (Allison McAtee) was the most fun to shoot, without spoiling it… there is a certain level of actor you need to be to pull off what we did, and make it believable. On the day, it was amazing to work with Allison and I’m excited to see how it came across on screen. 

Can you tell us about any challenges you faced while filming The Wrong Life Coach? and how you overcame them?

I think the biggest challenge for filming The Wrong Life Coach was the fact that Dave (director) puts all his trust in his actors and you better be prepared. I also did my own hair and make-up and luckily, I had the lovely Susan (costume designer) helping me with wardrobe. We shot a lot of scenes each day and most of the time you don’t shoot in order, so you have to jump between different emotions and levels. But I enjoyed the challenge and I learned a lot, that I can take with me in the next film. Not to mention learning 20 to 30 pages a night before filming the following day. I thank my mum for helping me with running lines each night.

Change of subject, What have been some of the most memorable projects you have worked on throughout your career, and why?

The most memorable projects I have done would probably be Kidzone with Morgan, a  show that I hosted for five years. I learned and grew so much as a performer. I also shot a feature film in South Korea in 2019 called Boston 1947. That was incredible and I hope to do more international films. I think, I will also always have a fond memory of shooting ‘The Aerialist’ with Dreya Weber and Ned Farr. It was my first feature film that I shot after I moved to Los Angeles. The cast and crew on that film gave me a lot of confidence we created lifelong friendships, that I will never forget. 

Can you tease something about your next projects?

I have a couple of features coming out soon, a romantic comedy and a couple where I’m proud of the story. ‘Good bad things’ will be coming out soon.

But what I’m most excited about is that I am leaning into directing. I directed a mini feature called a ‘A Rose in the wall’ that we are editing at the moment and I am working on a few other projects that haven’t been announced yet. Watch this space.

‘The Wrong Life Coach’ with Morgan Bradley will premiere on Thursday , January 11th on LMN.

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