'The Wrong Cheerleader Coach': Meet Vivica A Fox, Tara Reid and rest of the cast of the Lifetime drama
The film revolves around a cheerleader coach known as Ms Burke, who can go to any extent to get what she wants
Lifetime Movies is all set to premiere 'The Wrong Cheerleader Coach' on Saturday, October 17. The film revolves around a cheerleader coach known as Ms Burke, who can go to any extent to get what she wants.
The official synopsis of the film reads, "When Jon and his daughter Hanna move from Chicago to California to start a new life after the passing of Hanna’s mom, they are delighted when the head cheerleader coach, Ms. Burke, invites Hanna to join the squad. When the new assistant coach, Devan, offers private cheer lessons, it turns out that she is interested in more than helping Hanna – she has set her sights on Jon and will stop at nothing to get what she wants."
Vivica A Fox
Fox will be playing the lead character of cheerleading coach Ms Brooke, in the film. Her career actually bloomed in 1996, when her breakthrough came with roles in two box-office hit films, Roland Emmerich's 'Independence Day' and F Gary Gray's 'Set It Off'. Born on July 30, 1964, Fox began her career with 'Soul Train' (1983-1984). She later appeared in several daytime television soap operas including, 'Days of Our Lives' (1988) and 'Generations' (1989–91). Later she was also seen starring opposite Patti LaBelle in the NBC sitcom, titled, 'Out All Night' (1992–93). She later starred in several films including, 'Booty Call' (1997), 'Soul Food' (1997), 'Why Do Fools Fall in Love' (1998), 'Kingdom Come' (2001), 'Two Can Play That Game' (2001), and 'Boat Trip' (2002). She also played the iconic character of Vernita Green in 'Kill Bill'. She also played a supporting role in 'Ella Enchanted' (2004). She played the lead role in Fox sitcom 'Getting Personal' (1998), and CBS medical drama 'City of Angels' (2000). She has also co-starred and produced the Lifetime crime drama series, 'Missing', for which she has received an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series.
Known for her very popular role of Vicky, Tara Reid is a known name among the fans of American adult comedy films, 'American Pie' (1999), 'American Pie 2' (2001), and 'American Reunion' (2012), and Bunny Lebowski in 'The Big Lebowski' (1998). She also played the character of April Wexler in the TV film titled, Sharknado (2013–2018). Reid made her big-screen debut with 'A Return to Salem's Lot' (1987). Apart from that, she has also appeared in 'Urban Legend' (1998), 'Dr. T & the Women' (2000), 'Josie and the Pussycats' (2001), 'Van Wilder' (2002), 'My Boss's Daughter' (2003), and 'Alone in the Dark' (2005). In 2008, she appeared in the British reality series, 'Celebrity Big Brother' 8.
Corin Nemec played the character of Parker Lewis in 'Can't Lose' (1990–93), Jonas Quinn in the television series 'Stargate SG-1', and Harold Lauder in the ABC miniseries 'The Stand'. He also played the character of Allan in an Indian 2007 film titled, 'Parzania'. He has also starred in the TV movies titled, 'My Brother's Keeper' alongside Jeanne Tripplehorn and in 'Blackout' with Jane Seymour. Nemec has appeared in several TV shows including 'Tales from the Crypt', 'Smallville', 'CSI: NY', 'CSI: Miami', 'Supernatural', and 'Ghost Whisperer'. He has also portrayed the serial killers Richard Speck and Ted Bundy. He played leading parts in several original Syfy TV-movies, titled, 'Sea Beast', 'Mansquito', 'SS Doomtrooper', 'Dragon Wasps', 'Lake Placid vs. Anaconda.'
The film will release on Lifetime movies on Saturday, October 17, 2020, at 8 pm ET.