Best known for her role as Raven Reyes on the Sci-Fi drama show “The 100”, Lindsey Marie Morgan first stepped into the real spotlight as Kristina Davis on the ABC’s soap opera General Hospital and now is the female lead on “Walker” as Micki Ramirez.
Considered one of the most popular up and coming Latina actresses in the business, the Texas-raised talent went to The University of Texas, Austin to pursue a degree in ‘Fine Arts’ with a specialization in ‘Theater Arts’ but, after being casted as an extra on the critically acclaimed series “Friday Night Lights”and “My Generation”,she decided to drop out of College and move to LA to focus on her career.
In 2011, her effort paid off and she landed a role alongside Josh Huterson in the indie film “Detention“. In the same year, she booked a leading role in the MTV film ‘DisCONNECTED’ as social media obsessed Maria and was critically acclaimed. A little after that, in may 2012, Lindsey made her Soap Opera debut as Kristina Davis and, even though she was in the early years of her career, Morgan was nominated in 2013 for Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series.
Winner of the 2019’s “Rising Star” Award at the Cannes International Series Festival, Morgan is a WE movement Ambassador and was the host for ‘WE DAY’-a youth empowerment event- in Texas.She’s also an Active Minds’ Ambassador since 2018.
Lindsey’s television work has included appearances on “How I Met Your Mother,” “Happy Endings,”” “Supah Ninjas,” “A Think Line” and the show she’s better known for- “The 100”. What started as a recurring role, season 2 had Morgan upgraded to series regular until the seventh and last season in 2020.Plus, Lindsey had her directorial debut on The 100’s “The Queen’s Gambit” the seventh episode of season seven that aired July first.
In addition to her most television roles, Lindsey starred as a leading role in the Pixl television movie “Casa Vita’”, worked on a coming of age-film “Summertime”, thriller movie “Lasso“and in the horror-comedy film “Chastity Bites” alongside Allison Scagliotti and Francia Raisa.
Furthermore, in 2017 her small role as “Rose Corley” in “Beyond Skyline” resulted in Director Liam O’Donnell inviting her back to lead the sequel- Skylines– that came out in december 2020.