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Hello Lindsey, how are you?
I’m great! I’m answering from my bed while in pajamas and eating snacks.
What made you want to get started in your acting career?
I always loved playing “pretend” or using my imagination, but I remember being deeply moved by the bravery of actors.They’re fearless to perform in front of hundreds and expose themselves and embody all aspects of the human spirit. I just thought if I could be a little like that, like them, then l’d be happy.
Did you always see yourself being a actress?
Not at all! I wasn’t sure what I saw myself being. For Career Day I was a Spice Girl. All I knew was that I wanted to be creative and free, but also help people.
Did you have any struggles with anxiety and depression in your career?
Yes, depression runs in both sides of my family, so it is something I can be prone to. I am sensitive already and am always exploring my emotions and trying not to push them away. This career can be very demanding of your heart. There is a ton of rejection, financial and career instability and insecurity, the requirement to travel and never be rooted in one place for long, and long hours pouring yourself out emotionally without being repenished. Even though you’re acting, your body and your heart feels real emotion coming out and is affected by it. I can’t fake cry, it always has to come from a real place of hurting. Not to mention this career can put your life under a microscope and there’s a certain demand to always be perfect, and if you’re not, you risk being “exposed”. If you’re not 100% confident in yourself (which at 20 when I started, I wasn’t anywhere near), it is so easy to be shaken and taken advantage of and feed into the negative, self defeating voices in your head.
If so, how did you overcome them?
It took me a really long time to realize exactly what I was feeling or going through, or why i wasnt happy when I was successful and seemingly living my dream. I was encouraged to go to therapy and just talk about how I felt.
At first, I felt so dumb or less than or weak for having to go talk to someone about my “stupid, champagne problems”. But I realized after going through that, my thoughts were so self-defeating and unhealthy. I was treating myself badly and hurting my spirit. I discovered the self-defeating stories I was telling myself and the negative patterns in my life I was living and I changed them slowly, one by one.I forced myself to examine and process and reevaluate. I know a lot of people don’t believe in therapy. but it helped me, my work and my personal growth immensely. I feel like I understand more about myself and others because of it, which grants me a higher level of empathy for others and the world.
What was your favorite acting role?
I think my favorite acting role to date is Debbie Espinoza, in SUMMER-TIME. SUMMERTIME is an indie film I did last summer that just got into the Tribecca Film Festival! So I’m very excited about that. I loved Debbie so much because she was a part of me that I hadn’t been connected to in a long time. She brought out a very passionate, sensual and carefree side of me that I dont always let out because I have so many responsibilities. I loved the freedom she brought to my life.
Where do you see yourself in ten years?
The dream, the plan, is to be starring in movies and TV, and creating my own content and art. Possibly married and definitely kids at some point. Basically, being an overall boss and happy.
What dreams do you still have that you want to make?
I have always dreamt of being on Broadway. That’s a huge one for me.
What was it like growing up in Texas?
Flat. Very flat. Kidding! It was great. I grew up ina very suburban area. Classic neighborhood track home. I had a very normal childhood but I wouldn’t change it for the world.I feel like sometimes I can be in some crazy situations and my upbringing will forever ground me and inspire me.
What is it like working on set for the show The 100?
The 100 is great! It’s such a funny set, because when we are rolling everyone is very serious and intense but the moment we call ‘cut’ usually everyone is goofing off and laughing and having fun. I am happy to have grown up on it and have learned so much from my time. I will cherish my experience forever.
What are your thoughts on animals helping with anxiety and depression?
I remember growing up, I had two dogs and one of them passed away from cancer and the other ( a labrador), who was generally always happy, became very sad and not herself. I remember my mom telling me she was grieving the loss of her friend and was depressed. It made an impact on me on ow similar we are to animals and how we both are capable of feeling love and loss.
That being said, animals are amazing companions, and I think they can recognize our suffering and bring pure love and energy to the forefront of our daily lives. It helps feeling a sense of closeness to a living thing.
Do you find working animals a good resource for those who suffer from anxiety to get out in the outside world?
I think and have read that working with animals is an excellent relief for anxiety. It’s a beautiful reminder about the beauty of life. Animals can only be themselves and be present and that is an excellent reminder for us to have, to not overthink and just be and give love.
This month we are doing an issue that is going toward supporting animal rescues, do you have any thoughts on that?
I think animal rescues are great. Animals are without a voice and it’s ultimately up to us to always be their voice and help them as much as we can.
This interview was originally published in 2018.
Last week, Lindsey sat down with EW and discussed Micki’s season-long journey and how she’ll react to Walker’s current predicament.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What do you feel has been the biggest evolution in Micki over the season?
LINDSEY MORGAN: I really feel like you saw Micki learn to trust — not only the people in her life, but you also saw her learn to trust herself. She started the season very guarded and a bit jaded about law enforcement, and through the season you see her constantly getting surprised by these new people in her life, whether it be Walker or Captain James [Coby Bell], who not only support her but believe in her. In her love life, she and Trey [Jeff Pierre] have been hooking up for years but it was never anything serious, and it really was Micki who kept that at bay. I think she did that because she didn’t trust love. But she’s been able to let her walls down. Same with Walker, he really holds space for her. Through that she realizes, I don’t have to do everything by the book. She has a lot more aspects of Walker inside of her than she even realized. She was living so strait-laced, I think because she felt like she had a target on her back as a woman and a woman of color in this very Caucasian and masculine space that the moment she stepped a toe out of line, she thought she was going to be punished. But she’s learning that it’s a supportive space, and through her work there she can elicit change. But she has to trust herself.
I feel like we’ve been watching her slowly exhale.
Yes, like let her hair down! Let it out of the bun. I completely agree. And there’s subtle things we’ll do too, like her uniform’s not always done perfectly, and that would change over the season. You got to see her relax. She’s really finding her groove.
What’s it been like for you to get to play out her work-life struggle?
I found that so fascinating. We have so many women in law enforcement, and I feel like we don’t really see their journeys mixed with work and home. The thing we see in mainstream media is mainly work. We don’t see their home life and we don’t see how that job and how that duty affects their relationships. I love that we get to explore that, and I love that she’s at an age of really navigating the future. Is that children? Is that family? Is that a home? What does that mean for my career? It’s no longer just about me anymore, so how do I plant those seeds for the next chapter?
At this point, do you feel like she trusts Walker completely?
One hundred percent. I think she had this really interesting moment when she first learned that her mother wasn’t her real mother and instead of calling Trey, she called Walker. Walker has consistently shown up for her. Even though she’s highly resistant to this friendship at first, he’s persistent, and that means a lot to her even though she doesn’t say it. I love that they’re able to be honest with each other and there’s respect and trust in a very platonic way. There isn’t a pressure of romance at all, and I love that they can go to each other for perspective. It’s a really special bond, and I love that it’s not romantic. It’s really unique.
She has a bit of an outsider perspective in that she didn’t know Emily [Genevieve Padalecki] but she’s now so involved with the Walker family, so how does she feel about Walker taking Stan?
For her, Walker and the Walker family are family. She didn’t know Emily, she wasn’t quite involved in this case, but she’s immersed in it now and you see Micki grapple with: Do I do it by the book or do I do it by my heart? Walker taught her to do it by her heart first, and Walker and his family are very much a part of her now. She trusts that he’s not wrong and if he’s going to go to such extreme lengths, there has to be a reason. At this point she’d go the distance for her partner. There’s so much love for that family. She’ll do anything to protect them.
Looking forward to season 2, is there an aspect of Micki or her life you’d like to explore a bit more?
I feel like in season 1 you got to see Micki as a beginner. She was trying a lot of different things. I feel like she’s found her groove and been able to trust herself and feel good in her skin, so now I just want to see Micki kick ass. No more fear! I want to see what she can do, I want to push those boundaries a bit.
read here on EW’s.
The 2018 movie that was previously known as “Summertime” has been renamed “Summer Days, Summer Nights” and it’s set to come out on August 24th.
It’s a coming-of-age drama film, written, directed, and produced by Edward Burns. And alongside Lindsey, it stars Pico Alexander, Zoe Levin, Susan Misner, Anthony Ramos, Jon Rudnitsky, Amadeus Serafini, Caitlin Stasey, and Rita Volk.
Although the wait has been long for most spectators, the film has been previously shown during the “2018 Tribeca Film Festival” and got positive reviews.
The American film is listed as 124 minutes long and it’s set in the ’80s.
“It’s the summer of 1982 on Long Island and life is good. JJ (Pico Alexander) is working for his dad (Ed Burns) at the Beach Club, when he falls hard for Debbie (Lindsey Morgan). Meanwhile, down the boardwalk, Frankie (Anthony Ramos) reconnects with a long lost love (Caitlin Stasey). But as temperatures cool, so do their relationships, leaving the young men to accept summer is ending. This feel-good, coming-of-age drama swells with nostalgia and is evocative of warm nights and young love.”
Watch the trailer:
Learn more about “Summer Days, Summer Nights” here.
Since “Skylin3s” came out, writer and director Liam O’Donnell has been talking about the possibility of a fourth movie, which now seems to be in the cards.
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The filmmaker shared a bit about the new draft and the process behind the writing in his Twitter and Instagram accounts. “Skyline Radial” centers around a father & daughter reunion and has its first complete draft.
Just typed THE END on my first draft of Skyline 4 aka working title Skyline Radial. Been a tricky process on this one because I have all the character’s/actor’s voices so clear in my head that it made it hard to write a normal treatment because I could hear all the dialogue.
— Liam O’Donnell (@LiamODin) August 12, 2021
Whether or not Lindsey would -and could- actually be a part of the project is still uncertain but it’s very likely she’ll be a fundamental piece of the new production.
Las wednesday SKYLIN3S ,aka Skylines 3, was made available on Netflix across Latin America.
After having a great amount of success in Europe, North America and other English speaking countries, the film is taking over the charts all over Latin America. The movies was also added to a few other countries making it the worldwide#3 most watched movie on July 2nd!
To see the performance by country in LATAM, you can check bellow the data from July 1st!
check all the countries here.
The CW has announced the schedule for the Summer Finales and the Fall returns.
Walker, that is currently on hiatus, will wrap it’s first season on the 12th of august but they’ll soon return on the fall.
For the next season, the show is reported to remain on Thursdays 8/7c.
You can check the complete CW schedule here.
We’re about to go through another Walker hiatus and since sometimes you just can’t get enough of seeing your favourite actress on screen,you can catch up on Lindsey’s other projects! The show will be back on April 8th but until then, you can use this list not to miss her too much.
Even though she’s most known for her role as Raven Reyes on The 100, she has over 20 works worth checking and I’ll be listing some projects below!
Set ninety-seven years after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization, when a spaceship housing humanity’s lone survivors sends one hundred juvenile delinquents back to Earth, in hopes of possibly re-populating the planet.
Where to watch: Netflix, Itunes and dvd.
Mark Corley is a Los Angeles police detective who visits his estranged teenage son, Trent, having landed in jail due to brawling just as an alien invasion begins and the entire population of the city is sucked into various spaceships by the blue light. Mark leads a group of surviving humans through the underground subway tunnels to try to escape from the various aliens.
Where to watch: Netflix, Itunes, Amazon Prime and dvd.
A baseball player finds unexpected happiness with a woman who works in his favorite restaurant.
Where to watch: https://w.123-movies.club/casa-vita-2016/watching/
For 100 years, stories have been told about a cult near Hackett Ranch where people have been kidnapped and never found. The owners of the ranch say they know nothing about it. Guess where this year’s rodeo is?
Where to watch: Amazon Prime
As a copycat killer named after movie villain Cinderhella stalks the student body at Grizzly Lake High School, a group of co-eds band together to survive while serving detention.
Where to watch: youtube
DAG is a sexy and edgy comedy driven that centers around Carrie, the newly appointed president of the not-so-popular Delta Pi sorority. Carrie’s world crashes down when she catches her longtime boyfriend cheating with the president of the Alpha Gammas: campus’s most desirable and fearsome house.
Where to watch: youtube