Morgan Saylor

Morgan Saylor received rave reviews at Sundance for her daring performance in Elizabeth Wood's debut WHITE GIRL, which was produced by Killer Films and sold to Netflix for theatrical release later this year.  She will also stars opposite Nick Robinson in Rob Reiner's upcoming independent feature BEING CHARLIE, which is currently in theatres. Last year, she appeared in Carter Smith's film, JAMIE MARKS IS DEAD, and also as Kevin Costner's daughter in Disney's McFARLAND, directed by 
Niki Caro.  Saylor starred for three seasons as the sullen, abrasive and rebellious daughter on Showtime's critically acclaimed series, HOMELAND.  Saylor made her stage debut in 2015 opposite Cherry Jones and Zoe Kazan in the Manhattan Theater Club production, WHEN WE WERE YOUNG AND UNAFRAID, written by Sarah Treem and directed by Pam MacKinnon.  Her other film credits include FATHER OF INVENTION with Kevin Spacey, Camilla Belle, and Heather Graham and THE VAMPIRE'S ASSISTANT with John C. Reilly and Josh Hutcherson.  Saylor has been acting professionally since age 11. Born in Chicago, raised in Georgia, Saylor is currently attending the University of Chicago.

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