Leon Morgan is the last of a dying breed: a New York based actor who is actually from New York. Performing in Eric Robertson's Off-Broadway comedy, "Gym Shorts: The Show" and Jan Buttram's powerful,"Lost on the Natchez Trace," Morgan has proven himself to be a versatile actor. Along with credits in Off-Broadway and Regional Theater, he has experience in Television and Film. A graduate of the William Esper Studio, Morgan has had the opportunity to study under the watchful eye of Barbara Marchant. He was also fortunate enough to study at the awesomely funny and exciting Upright Citizens Brigade Improv Training Center.
He is an avid runner and a movie buff who spends most of his time studying the work of accomplished actors. Leon wishes to thank his friends and family for their everlasting support.
"Stay hungry, stay Foolish."
Name: Leon Morgan
Lives in: New York City, New York
Theater by East Lynne Theatre Company/ Gayle Stahlhuth Jim
Film (short) by Chapetto Square/ Jonathan Carrera Leon
Film (short) by Saj Pothiawala Denny
Film (short) by William D. Prystauk Officer Wayne
Theater by Theatre for New City/ Elizabeth Ruf-Maldonado Shawn Fabian
On Dangerous Heels
Film (short) by Seth Hagenstien Rodney
Film by Charles Marinaro Agent Cooper
Lost on the Natchez Trace
Theater by East Lynne Theatre Company/ Gayle Stahlhuth Tom
Film by Riding Hood/ Erik Carlson Fabian
Upright Citizens Brigade
The William Esper Studio
William Esper Studio