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Overview (2)

Born in Dunn, North Carolina, USA
Birth NameDeborah Morgan

Mini Bio (1)

Debbi Morgan was born September 20, 1956 in Dunn, North Carolina, to Lora and George Morgan, Jr., she moved to New York City when she was three months old. Her most memorable role was on the television series All My Children (1970). She played Angie Baxter. Her performance in the series earned her four Daytime Emmy Award nominations, and one win. With over 50 film and television credits we should acknowledge her portrayal of of Alex Haley's great-aunt Elizabeth Harvey on the mini-series Roots: The Next Generations (1979), and the clairvoyant Mozelle Batiste Delacroix in Eve's Bayou (1997). Her performance earned her a Chicago Film Critics Association Award and an Independent Spirit Award.

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Spouse (4)

Jeffery Winston (6 June 2009 - present)
Donn Thompson (15 March 1997 - 2000) ( divorced)
Charles S. Dutton (31 December 1989 - 1994) ( divorced)
Charles Weldon (1980 - 1984) ( divorced)

Trade Mark (1)

Large dimples

Trivia (9)

Her Jamaican accent on Charmed (1998) is not real.
Parents: Lora Morgan and George Morgan Jr.
Has one younger sister: Terry Morgan-Grant.
Her father died of leukemia in 1965.
Her cousin Kendra Boleware-Skinner was only 28 years old when she died from cancer.
Met her former husband, photographer Donn Thompson, when she was posing for the June 1995 cover of "Black Elegance".
As of 2009, she's the sole African-American actress to be honored with a Daytime Emmy for her work in a daytime drama series. She won the 1989 Daytime Emmy in the category of "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series" for her work as Dr. Angela "Angie" Hubbard (née Baxter) on ABC's All My Children (1970) in a tie with Nancy Lee Grahn who won for her work as feminist attorney "Julia Wainwright Capwell" on the long-defunct NBC daytime drama Santa Barbara (1984). And, in 2009, she made daytime television history by becoming the first African-American actress to be nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series" category for her work as Dr. Angela "Angie" Hubbard on All My Children (1970). She lost out to Susan Haskell (as Dr. Margaret "Marty" Saybrooke on ABC's One Life to Live (1968)), longtime partner of Morgan's now-former All My Children (1970) cast-mate Thorsten Kaye.
She played the role of Elizabeth Harvey in Roots: The Next Generations (1979) from the age of 15 in 1882 to the age of 83 in 1950.
Worked with Randolph Mantooth on both series: Loving (1983) and its spin-off The City (1995).

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