Creative. Empowered. Originals
A vivacious pistol in a small yet MIGHTY package. Well, Hello I am Sydney Morgan. I am an Actor, Writer, Director, and Host. A recent graduate of the first Inaugural class of Studio School located at Los Angeles Center Studios. I was born and bred in Queens, New York and raised in Delaware.
My film credits include an action sci-fi film called Now Loading as the lead character of Grace Ripley. A Movie Musical of the true life story of Ronnie The Bren Gun Girl as Allison. And you may see some Sass and Sizzle in my Film Sketch Club called Happy Sketch Lab.
My Theatrical and Musical Theatre credits includes
Almost Maine, Wild Party, Death Proof, and The Wolves.
My written and director work includes a short film called Hues and Hidden Kings.
Currently, I am writing and producing my first one-woman show called Raw, Regal, and Real.
“We are the lineage of Kings and Queens”
- Sydney Morgan, Hues and Hidden Kings
I am an Actress currently based in Los Angeles, but I was born in New York City and raised on the peaceful shores of New Jersey. At 18, I moved to NYC, and after a year of living in what I thought was my dream city ; I was presented with an unimaginable opportunity to relocate to Los Angeles, California. I then took what was one of the biggest risk in my life thus far and I haven't looked back since! (Check out Episode 1 "The Journey" for more details!)
One of my deepest darkest secrets is that.. I am actually known for winning first place at the US Tae Kwon Do State Tournament in my home state of New Jersey as a 1st Degree Black Belt, and for winning Grand Champion and Super Grand Champion at the Regional Kum Sung Tae Kwon Do Tournaments (and I'm not gonna lie, I did it all while wearing a customized baby pink uniform..)
Now, you can catch me finishing my Senior Year at Studio School Los Angeles, majoring in Acting for Film and Television or you can catch me on the big screens in the feature film:This World of Ghosts, The short film: Now Loading, and in the Commercials: AARP's Millenials What is Old, Pepsi Co Recyclings Give 100 Percent to name a few.
It Takes A Village