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Morgan Walsh

Morgan Walsh is a writer, performer, non-profit founder and mother of three living in Los Angeles. Her early film credits include "Ivans XTC" starring Danny Huston which was in competition at both Cannes & Sundance,  "Amerikana" produced by Lars Von Trier, and indie comedy "Surviving Eden" where she played Peter Dinklage's tattooed and lover. Additional film projects include "Boxing Day," which was in competition at the 2012 Venice International Film Festival, "High Road, Bar America, A Better You" directed by real-life husband, comedian Matt Walsh, and "Under The Eiffel Tower" a romantic comedy theatrically released in 2018. Her television credits include recurring roles Netflix’s "Wet Hot American Summer:10 Years Later" as Paul Rudd’s wife, HBO’s "Veep" and "I’m Sorry" starring Andrea Savage. Other TV roles include the hilarious "Bachelor" spoof, "Burning Love," 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". Most recently Morgan had a recurring role on BET’s Games People Play as sidekick to Lauren London and Vanessa Simmons. GPP has just been picked up for a second season! Her nonprofit Gender Nation proudly donates LGBTQ+ affirming storybooks to public schools in Southern California. Her main motto…#vote!