Morgan Walsh is a writer, performer, and mother of three living in Los Angeles, CA. She has appeared in Ivans XTC with Danny Huston, which played at The Cannes and Sundance International Film Festivals, in Amerikana a Dogme13 Film produced by Lars Von Trier and then she played Peter Dinklage's tattooed and angry lover in the feature film Surviving Eden. Additional film projects include Boxing Day which was in competition at the 2012 Venice International Film Festival and High Road an independent comedy starring Rob Riggle and Ed Helms, Bar America and A Better You directed by Matt Walsh where she stars alongside Brian Huskey, Erinn Hayes, Rob Huebel, Nick Kroll. Her television credits include the hilarious Bachelor spoof, Burning Love, starring Ken Marino, CBS’s Life in Pieces, Brooklyn 99, Happy Endings, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Shameless, Children's Hospital and many more. She appeared regularly onstage at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Hollywood in "The Realest Real Housewives" reviewed twice as LA WEEKLY's "pick of the week". Morgan played opposite Julia Louis Dreyfuss in an episode in Season 6 of HBO’s Veep, and played Paul Rudd’s wife in second season of Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer. Most recently Morgan had a recurring role on Tru TV’s I’m Sorry. April 23rd is the premiere of the highly anticipated Games People Play on BET, in which Morgan plays Ginger Gates, a recurring role as a desperate NBA wife opposite Lauren London.
She lives in Los Angeles and is the founder of Gender Nation, a 501(c)3 non-profit committed to donating LGBTQ affirming books to public school libraries.Add to Call Sheet