Morgan Millogo

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Morgan Elizabeth was born in Houston, Texas. Her family moved back to the Pacific Northwest when she was two. In 2002, she graduated from Wahkiakum High School, which is located in Wahkiakum County, the smallest county in the state of Washington. She graduated with 40 classmates and then went on to study film at New York University. While in New ... See full bio »

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Known For

Ripple Girl
Seconds Heidi
World's Greatest Dad Additional Crew
Neutralia Neutralia


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 2015 Waxie Moon in Fallen Jewel
Wedding Party Guest / Sex Worker at the Bar / Brothel Girl (as Morgan Elizabeth)
 2012 Claustrophobia (Short)
Heather (as Morgan Elizabeth)
 2010 A Face for All Occasions (Video short) (as Morgan Elizabeth)
 2010 Perfect 10
Libby Jenkins (as Morgan Elizabeth)
 2009 Keep Your Day Job, Superstar
Lacy (as Morgan Bush)
 2008 Seconds
Heidi (as Morgan Elizabeth)
 2006 Ripple (Short)
Girl (as Morgan Elizabeth)
 2005 Neutralia (Short)
Neutralia (as Morgan Elizabeth)
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Alternate Names:

Morgan Bush | Morgan Elizabeth


5' 7" (1.7 m)

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I believe as artists we have a responsibility to the truths we are exploring. This responsibility should not hold us back, but push us, even if the end result is having our work being labeled as 'risky' or 'edgy'. As long as at the end of the day the heart of the story was the driving force in our artistic choices, then no label can limit what the work genuinely achieves.


Has a BFA in Film and Television Production from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. See more »

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