Wiki Biography: Morgan Saylor was born in Chicago and raised in Georgia, attending Montessori schools through grade 8. At a young age, Morgan began performing at community theatre summer camps.
In the third grade, Morgan's family moved within Georgia to an in-town Atlanta neighborhood, filled with even more theatre opportunities. There Morgan met more actors and directors, and was even picked up by a talent agency after attending an open casting call. Since then Morgan has made the transition from local and regional stage to television and film.
Morgan's credits on the big screen include "Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant" (2009), "Father of Invention" (2010) and "The Greening of Whitney Brown" (2011); television credits include a guest role on "K-Ville," and playing series regular, Dana Brody, on Showtime's "Homeland."
Morgan is currently attending high school and rock climbs in her spare time.