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Morgan’s mission is to empower educate and entertain her respective audiences. She uses comedy and drama to connect with her audiences and expose social woes. 

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Morgan Avery McCoy Harris is an actress, writer, director, and speaker. She can currently be seen starring in her faith based romantic comedy, Finding Boaz the Movie streaming on Peacock.  Her other recent roles include Jesse in the Box Office Hit Harriet starring Cynthia Erivo and the first season of Apple TV’s new show, Swagger. When not on a film set, Morgan travels the country using her unique God-given storytelling abilities to bring to light historical truths and social justice issues. She earned APCA's Cultural Act of the Year Award and received a travel sponsorship from Academy Award Winner Louis Gossett Jr. for her signature one woman-show Evolution of a Black Girl: From the Slave House to the White House.  Her other one woman shows include: She’s Got Issues (addresses human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual assault, and breast cancer) and Care For Me the Cry of the Fatherless (a show about the importance of adoption) Morgan considers herself to be a hope distributor who distributes hope through the stories she tells. Her production company MAM Inc., focuses on producing faith based plays, films and podcasts that advocate for the underserved, teach history,  and address mental and physical health issues. She is often commissioned to help organizations bring their stories to life. Her company’s recent collaborative partners include the Richmond Symphony, Maymont Foundation, VCU, and Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site. She is fulfilling her mission of making this world a better place one story at a time through her productions and her non-profit’s mentorship program. Currently, Morgan is hosting screenings of Finding Boaz and teaching from her book Finding Boaz, Finding Me at various churches & conferences across the country, co-producing a film project  about HBCU preservation, developing Merci Moments-  a series for thankful Kingdom moms raising Kingdom kids,  and enjoying spending time with her toddler and husband.

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