BIO CHANNEL SPECIAL “CELEBRITY LIFE COACH” FEATURING LAUREN ZANDER & ACTRESS SEAN YOUNG
America loves celebrities. We love to build them up and watch them fall. And when celebrities fall, the entourages flee, leaving no one to give the celebrity a reality check. In the one-hour BIO special Celebrity Life Coach we follow Lauren Zander, “Life Coach” to the stars, as she takes on actress Sean Young.
In this one-hour special episode, we see Lauren coach acclaimed actress Sean Young, who starred in the box office hits Blade Runner and No Way Out. In the 80s, Sean’s career went into a tailspin. Oliver Stone wrapped her out of Wall Street early, Warren Beatty fired her from Dick Tracy and James Woods sued her for harassment. The tabloids had a field day. She became better known in the press for her stunts like dressing up as the Cat Woman to try and get a part in the new Batman picture. Then in 2008, a drunken Sean heckled director Julian Schnabel during his acceptance speech at the DGA Awards cementing her image of unpredictability and sending her career into a tailspin.
Throughout the emotional hour of Celebrity Life Coach, we see how Lauren’s unique method of personal examination, honesty, and personal integrity truly helped Sean achieve tangible success in changing her life. We see her tackle her alcohol issues, her troubled past and her complicated and difficult relationships with her family members.
Through Lauren’s “take no prisoners” approach, and exploring Sean’s past we see a very emotional and truly transformed Sean Young as she takes responsibility and apologizes for her ill-fated antics and for her public drunken behavior. We also see her literally shred the negative tabloid press that has contributed to keeping her in a destructive dynamic with “Hollywood,” and witness a true catharsis as she embraces the freedom of letting go of her past.
“Celebrity Life Coach” is produced for A&E by Endemol USA. Executive producer is R. Greg Johnston. Co-executive producer is Gilda Brasch. Executive producers for A&E are Robert Sharenow, Stephen Harris and Jessica Morgan.