LifeTime’s ‘Unbreak My Heart’ Biopic Of Toni Braxton Cast New Lead Star


Toni Braxton was said to debut in her own biopic film ‘Unbreak My Heart’ on lifetime next year; the grammy award winner will make a feature appearance instead. No worries Plum’s, Toni will still serve as executive producer of the film and she is very much ‘hands on’ the entire production.

Earlier this week, Toni shared the news with her fans and has been showcasing a few behind the scene photos on set with her son ‘Diezel’ and ‘Denim’ along with the talented and beautiful actress, Debbie Morgan who will play Braxton’s mother in the film.

The biopic will journey through Toni’s superstardom ‘highs and lows’   and will touch on popular subjects regarding her bankruptcy, her son’s autism, and difficult divorce with ex-husband, Keri Lewis.

The lead star that has been chosen to play Ms. Toni Braxton is baltimore, Maryland native, Lex -Scott Davis. The 24-year old is a dancer, model and actress and has been working in the industry since an early age.

In 2009, Davis Was Accepted To Drexel University As A Dance Physical Therapy Major, Where She Attended Full-Time Until She Was Selected For A Kardashian Spread In Glamour Magazine’s January 2012 issue.

In 2013 She Moved To New York City To Further Her Acting Career Studying At The New York Film Academy, And Has Recently Relocated To Los Angeles To Do The Same.

For more on Lex-Scott Davis click HERE . No trailer has been released as yet but at least we have a biopic film to look forward to with out any major controversy of its release. ‘Unbreak My Heart’  will debut on January 23rd. 2016.


💋 Jan 23, 2016 💋 #UnbreakMyHeart

A photo posted by Toni Braxton (@tonibraxton) on

Are you excited? Because,I certainly am! One Love PLUMS!

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