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‘Homeland’s Morgan Saylor Joins Disney Sports Drama ‘McFarland’

Oct 15, 2013       Filed in McFarland ,News       Comments: 0


Homeland‘s Morgan Saylor has landed the role of Julie, the teenage daughter of Kevin Costner‘s character, in Disney’s sports drama McFarland.

Pic tells the true story of an ex-football coach who moves his family to rural McFarland, CA, and builds a cross-country running team out of the local school’s dirt-poor and predominantly Mexican-American student body. Niki Caro is helming the pic. Maria Bello also stars as Jim’s wife, Cheryl.

Saylor next appears in the upcoming Jamie Marks Is Dead opposite Liv Tyler and Judy Greer and is now in her third season playing Dana Brody on Showtime’s Homeland. She’s repped by UTA and Management 360.

Homeland – Uh… Oh… Ah… (3.02) – ScreenCaptures

Oct 13, 2013       Filed in Homeland ,Screen Captures       Comments: 0

Homeland’s Morgan Saylor Arm Wrestles with Andrew Bevan

Oct 13, 2013       Filed in Videos       Comments: 0

Homeland’s Morgan Saylor challenges Andrew Bevan to an arm wrestling match. Who’s stronger: the daughter of a terrorist spy (on TV, anyway) or Teen Vogue’s style features director??

‘Homeland’ actress Morgan Saylor feels at home in Charlotte

Oct 13, 2013       Filed in Press       Comments: 0


If you’ve seen the first two episodes of Season 3 of “Homeland” on Showtime, you know big things are happening with one of the show’s female stars.

She tried to kill herself. She’s having sex with someone she met in rehab. She’s clashing with a parent.

No, these aren’t things happening to Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes). She’s got her own troubles. But Dana Brody – teenage daughter of a fugitive the CIA is working to hunt down – has moved further into the spotlight this season, as the plot thickens on the most prominent TV series ever filmed in Charlotte.

Morgan Saylor, who plays Dana, recently wrapped her scenes for the 12-episode run that will conclude in December, after several months of living in the NoDa and Dilworth neighborhoods.

Just two weeks shy of her 19th birthday, the Atlanta native spoke to the Observer Wednesday about her expanded role, her real parents’ reaction to her first on-screen love scene, and her off-camera relationship with her TV mom.

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10 things Morgan Saylor can’t live without (Interview Magazine)

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

Morgan Saylor’s first job was as a young Meadow Soprano on HBO’s constantly-cited mob show. She was 12-years-old. Now 19, the actress currently plays Dana Brody, a pouty, put-upon teen with a soldier-turned-terrorist-turned-senator father on the tensest show on television, Homeland. A compelling, Internet meme-worthy character, Dana Brody is not leaving the screen any time soon. And neither is Saylor. We asked the rising star to share the 10 things she just can’t live without.

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“Interview” Magazine

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


On television, Morgan Saylor plays America’s moodiest teenager, a shade-throwing, eye-rolling, prep-school troublemaker who refuses to cut her mother a break. In real life, though, the 19-year-old actress who plays Dana Brody on Showtime’s Homeland, has such a copacetic relationship with her onscreen mom, Morena Baccarin, that the two share a house during the shooting season in Charlotte, North Carolina.

“Morena taught me how to cook,” Saylor says. “She gives me lessons on life. The other day, we went to a nice restaurant, and she was like, ‘Morgan, use the small fork first.’ ” Saylor, who on Homeland serves as a raw-nerved moral compass amidst a landscape of terrorists, philanderers, and misbehaving spies, has done a lot of growing up over the course of the show’s three seasons: When she first signed on at 16, she would commute with her mother from Atlanta to North Carolina for filming and was tutored on set. Now she’s commuting from Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, where she’s renting a brownstone. Saylor also has her first “sexy scenes” in the upcoming film Jamie Marks Is Dead, in which she plays a small-town teenager who gets tangled up in a local tragedy. “It was awkward,” Saylor admits. “The callback for the movie was a sexy scene, which was weird as hell—to go into a room with, like, eight men and read that scene with confidence.”

Saylor credits her Homeland castmates Baccarin and Claire Danes with helping her navigate the entertainment business as a young actress. One lesson that she’s learned so far is to try to ignore the haters. “I know there’s a lot of hate against Dana, which I think is pretty funny,” Saylor says of some of the percolating backlash against her character during the show’s second season. “People make fun of Dana because she’s being an annoying teenager. Well, she is an annoying teenager.” Still, Saylor didn’t shy away from the chance to play a less burdened character in Jamie Marks. “There’s some trauma in the movie, but also some not super-depressing stuff,” she says with a laugh. “So that was a nice change.”