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Michael Dean Morgan

Princeton Professor & Broadway Actor              

www.MichaelDeanMorgan.com

Based in Princeton, NJ and founder of The Dialect Lab of Princeton, Michael Dean Morgan is currently an adjunct professor of Speech and Theater at Princeton Theological Seminary in their Speech Communication in Ministry department.

Michael trained in the Knight-Thompson Speechwork at the University of California – Irvine where he taught Voice and Speech as well as Acting for the Stage.

In addition to being a skilled speech coach, Michael is also an actor, singer, and dancer, who has spent most of the last decade working for Walt Disney Theatricals and touring all over the globe.  Michael was last seen on Broadway in the epic new musical Amazing Grace, the story of John Newton.  Other credits include Mr. Banks in Mary Poppins; the comic hornbill, Zazu, in The Lion King; and he began his Disney run originating the role of Marlin in the world premiere of Disney’s Finding Nemo – The Musical written by team behind the Oscar winning, Frozen. Michael also brings extensive media interview experience. Opening and touring a Broadway production for Disney requires promotional interviews on television, radio, newspaper, and the web. Michael has opened and promoted productions in over 60 markets throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico.
Michael continues to perform and can recently be seen in the last season of both the HBO drama Boardwalk Empire and the new John Goodman series Alpha House, as well as several incarnations of Law and Order.   For more on Michael’s extensive acting career please visit…

www.MichaelDeanMorgan.com

www.VASTA.org
www.vasta.org

Other links:
www.ktspeechwork.com
www.amazinggracemusical.com

Amazing Grace
Michael is featured in the Original Broadway Cast Recording available on iTunes!
Mary Poppins by Disney and Cameron Mackintosh
Michael Dean in “Mary Poppins”
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Michael Dean and Carlos Lopez in the Barrington Stage Company’s “Kiss Me Kate.”