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You may know Morgan from her roles in Homeland, McFarland USA, Jamie Marks is Dead, Being Charlie, White Girl, Novitiate, Blow the Man Down...
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ANYWHERE WITH YOU (2018)

Morgan as Amanda
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BLOW THE MAN DOWN (2020)

Morgan as Mary Beth Connolly
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YOU MEAN EVERYTHING TO ME (2020)

Morgan as Cassandra
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Homeland’s Morgan Saylor on Dana’s Selfies, Sex, and Life Without Brody

Oct 7, 2013       Filed in Homeland ,Press       Comments: 0

[Spoilers ahead if you haven’t seen last night’s episode.] In last night’s Homeland, Carrie was further betrayed by Saul and recommitted to a mental institution, which is pretty bad. Dana still has it worse. Think about it: Her ex exploded in the CIA bombing, and her dad was named as the man who plotted it. She attempted suicide. She’s having sex in laundry rooms with a kid she met in rehab. Vulture got ahold of Morgan Saylor, 18, while she was on a break from shooting the season’s tenth episode, to talk about “Uh… Oh… Ah…” (the title of last night’s episode, presumably referring to Dana’s big night), her furrowed eyebrows, and life without Damian Lewis. But first, there’s the issue of Dana’s new obsession with selfies.

What’s your stance on selfies?

They’re weird! I feel like people look ugly in them. I don’t know; it’s not something I’m really a fan of. I do use FaceTime because I’m frequently isolated from friends and my boyfriend, so I get that. Dana does it because Leo’s in rehab and they can’t communicate, but it’s a weird way to bridge the gap. Yeah, it’s just weird.

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Interview “The Daily Beast”

Oct 7, 2013       Filed in Homeland ,Press       Comments: 0

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‘Homeland’ Star Morgan Saylor: TV’s Most Hated Character Talks Back

The Internet has been harsh on Dana Brody. But in Season 3, Morgan Saylor proves the haters wrong. As Episode 2 makes its debut, Saylor tells Andrew Romano why she likes to ‘provoke’ the audience.

Now that Breaking Bad’s Skyler White is gone—she’s probably still curled up in that dusty basement apartment, a cigarette in one hand and a glass of cab in the other—Morgan Saylor, who plays Sgt. Nicholas Brody’s angsty teenage daughter Dana on Homeland, has surpassed Anna Gunn as the television star who catches the most flak from the Internet.

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For Morgan Saylor, there’s no place like ‘Homeland’

Oct 7, 2013       Filed in Homeland ,Press       Comments: 0

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Morgan Saylor is cheery when we get her on the phone, which, we have to admit, surprises us a little, given the fact that when we saw her character last week, she had (spoiler alert!) tried to kill herself.

“I’m not as depressed in real life,” says the 18-year-old, who plays Dana Brody on “Homeland.” As the daughter of is-he-or-isn’t-he alleged terrorist Nicholas Brody on the runaway Showtime hit, Saylor’s character has undergone a lot in the past two seasons: allegations against her father, an accidental hit-and-run, the death of her boyfriend and, as we saw last week, a stint in rehab for a suicide attempt. And according to Saylor, the drama’s only just begun.

Now in its third season, the show — which has won six Emmys and five Golden Globes in the two years it’s been on — is dealing with the aftermath of a deadly explosion that left many supporting characters dead in the Season 2 finale. Saylor says she was just as riveted by that episode as fans were.

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Homeland – Tin Man Is Down (3.01) – ScreenCaptures

Oct 2, 2013       Filed in Screen Captures       Comments: 0

“Homeland” Starlet Morgan Saylor on Prom vs. Emmys

Oct 2, 2013       Filed in Videos       Comments: 0

The YH Studio welcomes “Homeland” starlet Morgan Saylor, who plays young Dana Brody on the Emmy Award-winning Showtime drama! She reveals the advice given to her by co-star Claire Danes, who knows a thing or two about being a teenage TV star, plus she discusses the differences between Prom Night and Emmy Night and admits to being a fan of another Emmy-winning drama series! Hosted by Nikki Novak (@nikkinovak).


Morgan Saylor Talks Homeland Season 3, Working with Claire Danes!

Oct 2, 2013       Filed in Videos       Comments: 0


Morgan Saylor as the Teenage Rebel (Teen Vogue)

Oct 2, 2013       Filed in Press ,Videos       Comments: 0

Age: 18
Hometown: Atlanta

Dram Team: To say Morgan’s life completely changed with one audition would sound cliché, if it weren’t the truth. At sixteen she catapulted to stardom by landing the role of Dana Brody on Homeland—Showtime’s most celebrated series ever—opposite her mentor, Claire Danes. “I’ve seen My So-Called Life, so watching Claire act is really cool,” Morgan says.

Onward and Upward: Morgan heats up the silver screen opposite Liv Tyler in next year’s Jamie Marks Is Dead, a dark indie based on the acclaimed novel One for Sorrow about how a small-town high school student’s unexpected death rocks his tight-knit community. “I like meaty roles,” she says. “I want to make great films.” —Anthony Rotunno

Bonus fact: Morgan was shot inside the Psycho house at the Universal Studios Backlot. She flew in just for our shoot from the Homeland set, where she’d been in the middle of filming.

Morgan wears a Valentino dress. Tracy Watts hair band with veil, $150.