Ted Lasso’s Nick Mohammed on Nate’s mean side

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Some actors may go method to achieve a believable performance, but for Teddy Lasso‘s Nick Mohammedhe is just playing.

“At the end of the day, whatever you do, whoever you portray, whatever the situation — it’s like,” he told E! News. “It can never be the real experience.”

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Yes, sometimes it feels like that real if you watch the Apple TV+ show, but it’s not like Nick went off and started bullying people in preparation for Nate Shelley’s villainous transformation in season two. Instead, he relied on his co-stars to guide his performance.

Nick recalled preparing for his intense Roar match Jason Sudeikis‘ Ted, a scene that paved the way for Nate’s departure as assistant coach at AFC Richmond. “In terms of the way I was being worked up, Jason — he asked if he was ok with that — but a lot was kind of coming into my space and almost being Nate’s evil demon,” Nick said, adding that Jason did it had told him things like, “You suck. you are a failure They will lose this game because of you.”

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