Morgan V. Canham is an Actor, Writer, and Filmmaker from Newport, Rhode Island currently living in New York City. She began performing at a young age being involved in community theatre and training in ballet, jazz, modern, hip hop, and various other street styles. Morgan has had the pleasure of performing both Nationally and Internationally throughout her career, dancing in Trinidad & Tobago, Costa Rica, and The Bahamas to name a few. She has danced for ABC’s Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Years Eve with Pitbull and in concert with Pitbull featuring Enrique Iglesias. She has appeared in music videos with Prince Royce, Alexis y Fido, Cedric Gervais, Mando, and Nelson O. She has been on Telemundo and Univision for Award Shows and Television performances with Justin Quiles, Reykon, Angel y Khriz, Daddy Yankee, and Yandel.

Morgan has always loved all aspects of the creative process and has had the pleasure of choreographing for Calle Ocho, DayGlow, Miami Pride, Grammy Award winner Sharam of Deep Dish. She produced and choreographed Neo-Burlesque shows and private events for Zhantra Entertainment in Miami. Morgan has taught both youth and adult dance classes for the past 10 years in Washington, DC and Miami. As a dance educator herself, she believes training never stops. She continues her dance training today with various programs including Broadway Dance Center, Lipstick Diaries, Monsters of Hip Hop, and Millennium Dance Complex.

Her theatrical, film, and commercial career began in Miami studying the Uta Hagen Process, Scene Study, Improv, and Commercial Acting at Universal Academy. She worked in Commercials, Print, Television, and Independent Film with her agency Tae Talent before moving to New York City to pursue her acting career in a broader market. Morgan lives and works in NYC, where she received her training with T. Schreiber Studios and continues private audition coaching with Pamela Scott. She can be seen in The Sonnet Project: Sonnet 120, Univision’s Cosita Linda, HBO Ballers and the film Just Super to name a few. 

Morgan made her NYC theatrical debut as Kristin in August Strindberg’s Miss Julie and recently originated the leading role of Erica in the new play Hoboken by Laura Rohrman. Bad Trash, the short film in which she plays the lead Nicki who is being haunted by her past, will be released this Spring. Morgan continues to venture further into her love of storytelling with the release of her short film Physics 101 with more in post-production and development. Morgan always sides with passion and compassion in all she does and is looking forward to a future full of adventurous and bold storytelling.