First appearing in the television series Sea Hunt at the age of five, Morgan Brittany began a lifelong career in acting. Her credits include a wide range of films and television series, including her own show, Glitter. Morgan Brittany also holds membership in professional acting organizations such as the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA). Born as Suzanne Cupito, Morgan Brittany adopted her current name as an adult. Her early exposure in Hollywood gave her the desire to become an actress, which quickly became a reality as she received roles in The Twilight Zone series, Daniel Boone, The Lloyd Bridges Show, and The Andy Griffith Show, among others. She also played Baby June in the film Gypsy, made an uncredited appearance in The Birds, and took the role of Louise Beardsley in Yours, Mine and Ours. Upon reaching the age of 18, Morgan Brittany moved across the country to New York City. She worked as a model with the Ford Modeling Agency (now Ford Models). The next few years saw her presence in commercials and print ads for companies such as L'Oreal, the Ford Motor Company, Levi Strauss & Co., and Camay. Subsequently, she spent two years in Tokyo, modeling for the Japanese company Kanebo Cosmetics, Inc. Returning to her acting career and the United States in her mid-20s, Morgan Brittany accepted the part of Vivien Leigh in Gable and Lombard. Her remarkable similarity to that actress led to her portrayal of her again in Moviola: The Scarlett O'Hara War. This role influenced the producers of Dallas to cast Morgan Brittany as Katherine Wentworth, a character she played for several seasons of the show. Hired for guest appearances on shows such as Married...With Children and Melrose Place, Morgan Brittany continues a steady career. She also hosted the magazine show Photoplay and the sports show Star Games. Morgan Brittany's more recent film roles include Charlotte's mom in The Biggest Fan, Abbey in Mothers and Daughters, and Georgina in Americanizing Shelley. Additionally, she appeared in the docu-drama 1 a Minute.