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Lindsey Morgan has proven that she is not just another actress looking to get by in Hollywood because of her pretty face. The Texas-native and University of Texas at Austin alumni, who is best known for her roles in shows like The 100 (2014–present) and General Hospital (2012-2013), is a Daytime Emmy Award nominee. Join us as we take a look at other facts about her.
Who is Lindsey Morgan? (Ethnicity)
Lindsey Marie Morgan was born to Kelly George Morgan and Alice Burciaga on the 27th of February, 1990, in Houston, Texas. Her father is of Irish descent while her mother is Mexican, and of Basque descent, which makes Morgan herself multiracial.
As the story goes, Morgan, from a very young age, aspired to become an actress, after having looked up to a few 90s movie stars. After graduating from Jersey Village High School in 2007, she enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin where she studied Fine Arts with a specialization in Theater Arts. As a freshman, Morgan, who was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful girls you would come across in school, was able to get jobs in commercials and print advertisements. It is said that her jobs barely gave her time to participate in school activities, however, the young model was able to balance both demands. While still in school, Morgan also got cast as an extra in the series Friday Night Lights which further encouraged her to pursue an acting career as she moved to Los Angeles after graduation to make a name for herself in Hollywood.
Here are Facts You Must Know
After moving to Los Angeles, Lindsey Morgan landed her first role in the satirical horror film Detention (2011). That same year, she appeared in episodes of the series B-Sides and Supah Ninjas before starring in the MTV film DisCONNECTED (2011). The following year, Morgan got her big break as she was cast to play the role of Kristina Davis in the soap opera General Hospital. She further appeared in episodes of bigger series like How I Met Your Mother, Happy Endings, Franklin & Bash and The Flip Side as well as in films like Chastity Bites (2013) and Facebook Stalking (2013).
Morgan later left General Hospital in 2013 to begin filming the web series Destroy the Alpha Gammas. After that, she landed a recurring role on the CW post-apocalyptic drama series The 100 (2014 – present). Here, Morgan plays the role of Raven Reyes, a fearless and ambitious zero-gravity mechanic who later becomes a chancellor on earth after escaping the ark. In an interview about her character, Morgan describes Reyes as a total badass who can hold her own against others on the show.
Just as General Hospital helped propel her to bigger roles, her performance in The 100 further helped her land her first leading film role in the TV Movie Casa Vita (2016) which also starred actor Jean-Luc Bilodeau. That same year, she starred in an episode of The Night Shift and then played the role of Captain Rose in another post-apocalyptic film called Beyond Skyline (2017). Lindsey Morgan’s next roles came in Lasso (2018), Summertime (2018), and Inside Game (2018).
The slim-bodied, gorgeous actress has a height of 5 feet 5 inches (165 cm), putting her one inch taller than the average American woman. She further weighs 58 kg (128 lbs) and has dark brown hair and eye colours. Her general body measurements are 34-24-35 inches (86-61-89 cm).
Awards and Nominations
So far, Lindsey Morgan has only managed a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series. This came in 2013 for her role as Kristina Davis in General Hospital (2012-13).
Salary and Net Worth
It is not clear how much Lindsey Morgan gets paid per appearance on a series or for a movie role, however, for the fact that she has not yet reached the peak of her career, she would be earning anywhere around $500 thousand. In terms of her net worth, she is said to be worth $1 million.
Lindsey Morgan’s dating history must be one of the best-kept secrets in Los Angeles, a place where information about a person is not hard to come by and everybody’s business is just a mouse click away. There are no indications that the actress has been romantically involved with anybody, both in her line of work or elsewhere.