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Offscreen with Homeland’s daughter-in-distress (Atlanta Magazine)

Mar 4, 2013       Filed in Press       Comments: 0

This Story May Contain Spoilers

Decatur teen Morgan Saylor is definitely not her character on “Homeland”

The face—knitted brow, scrunched nose, curled lip, eye roll at the ready—is familiar to anyone who’s ever been, or been in the orbit of, a teenager. With elegant simplicity, it says one thing: You suck. Morgan Saylor is a pro at making the face. Millions have seen her do it.
Saylor plays surly teenager Dana Brody on Showtime’s addictive drama Homeland, where the face appears so often it’s been immortalized on websites, Tumblrs, and dedicated Twitter feeds. It’s become such a part of the pop culture consciousness that it was even spoofed on Saturday Night Live.
But tonight, as Saylor squeezes into a booth with her four best friends at Fellini’s Pizza in Decatur, there is no sign of the face. She folds a napkin into an origami bird with what they playfully call her E.T. fingers, long and knobby from years of competitive rock climbing, and they chat about class color day, egging cars, spring break at Grayton Beach, and who will take Saylor to the prom.
“She dances like this,” jokes Saylor’s friend, Rhiannon Stone-Miller, jumping out of her seat to demonstrate. She looks like a chicken with some ballet training.
“I do not!” Saylor giggles. “I danced at the after-party for the Golden Globes.”


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