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You can classify me as a vivacious pistol in a small yet MIGHTY package, but most importantly a rebel with a cause. I am an African American actress of Native American distinct from the Blackfoot Tribe and Cherokee Tribe. I received my Bachelors of Fine Arts in the First Inaugural class of Studio School for Acting in Film and Television. I am from Queens, New York and Delaware, where I attended high school at Cab Calloway School of the Arts in Theater. Currently, Your girl from Queens now resides in Los Angeles, California.

My film credits include a USC family film called Guppy, action sci-fi film called Now Loading as the lead character of Grace Ripley. A Movie Musical of the true life story of Ronnie The Bren Gun Girl as Allison. And you may see some Sass and Sizzle in my Film Sketch Club called Happy Sketch Lab. 

In Theater, I recently played the character of Linda in the play Does A Tiger Wear A Necktie. Previous productions I have been in are Almost Maine, Wild Party, Death Proof, and The Wolves.

I received my writing and directorial debut in my short film called Hues and Hidden Kings, a film that showcases the poetic dialogue of racial and political injustice in America. It is the redefining declaration of inheritance made by African American artists. The short film has recently been selected and screened at film festivals within the United States and internationally. 

And Now! Alongside screenings of my short film Hues and Hidden Kings in festivals, I am currently in production for  producing and performing my first one-woman show called Raw, Regal, and Real. 

 

And remember,

 

“We are the lineage of Kings and Queens”

- Sydney Morgan, Hues and Hidden Kings

 
 

"Sydney Morgan's Hues and Hidden Kings is beautiful short film that speaks to the collective experiences of people of color. The film's message of empowerment through engaging artistic expression, direction and cinematography is why we were proud to feature it in our symposium's lineup. We look forward to what she does next!”

- Dividing Lines Symposium

"Sydney Morgan's Hues and Hidden Kings is beautiful short film that speaks to the collective experiences of people of color. The film's message of empowerment through engaging artistic expression, direction and cinematography is why we were proud to feature it in our symposium's lineup. We look forward to what she does next!”

- Dividing Lines Symposium

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"Hues and Hidden Kings” is a beautiful piece that we knew our audience would love. The powerful delivery from the actors and poetic writing was so inspiring to watch. We believe Sydney is well on her way to finding her voice in Hollywood. - MPACT HER

A poetic meditation on racial justice in America today, Hues and Hidden Kings is beautiful, musical, magical. 

- Buffalo International Film Festival 

"Hues and Hidden Kings” is a beautiful piece that we knew our audience would love. The powerful delivery from the actors and poetic writing was so inspiring to watch. We believe Sydney is well on her way to finding her voice in Hollywood. - MPACT HER

A poetic meditation on racial justice in America today, Hues and Hidden Kings is beautiful, musical, magical. 

- Buffalo International Film Festival 

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