One of many celebrities cast in the recent film 1 a Minute, a combination documentary and drama about battling breast cancer, Morgan Brittany continues her lifelong career as an actress. With years of notable Hollywood experience, Morgan Brittany carries a wide range of credits, including roles in the film version of the Broadway play Gypsy, the TV series Dallas, the made-for-TV movie LBJ: The Early Years, and the movie Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat.
Morgan Brittany entered the entertainment industry under her given name of Suzanne Cupito, performing in TV shows such as Sea Hunt, Playhouse 90, and The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor. She also accepted uncredited roles, such as Doris Carlisle in Thriller and a girl in The Birds. Morgan Brittany's success as a child actress carried into her teen years, as she accepted parts in various TV shows and films, including that of Louise Beardsley in Yours, Mine and Ours.
After spending a few years in modeling and advertisements, Morgan Brittany established herself under her new name. Because of her similar appearance to Vivien Leigh, she portrayed the famous actress in Gable and Lombard, and then in The Scarlett O'Hara War. She took numerous roles throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including several seasons as Katherine Wentworth on the show Dallas.
While acting in an episode of the Dukes of Hazzard, Morgan Brittany met stuntman Jack Gill, whom she later married. She took a hiatus from her career in order to raise their two children, Katie and Cody. Both now follow in their parents' footsteps, Katie Gill as an actress and Cody Gill as a stuntman.
In addition to her acting career, Morgan Brittany has also spent time serving her community with the National Charity League, Inc., San Fernando Valley Chapter, and as a national ambassador for the March of Dimes Foundation. She continues to contribute to various charitable organizations and travels throughout the country, personally encouraging support of the U.S. military. Morgan Brittany also advocates for child actors in Hollywood. Her current personal projects include conservative, family-oriented films and television shows.