Morgan Ballou
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Weight:120 lbs
Measurements:36-24-36 in
Shoe Size:10
Hair Color:Brown
Hair Length:Long
Eye Color:Green
Ethnicity :Caucasian
Skin Color:White
Experience:Some Experience
Join:6 Feb 2006
Last:28 Mar 2014

About Me

I was born and raised in Ponca City, OK. Growing up in and around the stage, playing instruments, drawing, and singing. My mother always had me doing something in the arts. I've appeared in plays such as; Lettace and Loveage, My Fair Lady, Gypsy, Oliver, and Cinderella, just to name a few. We moved to Tulsa, OK two months after I turned twelve. It was a bigger market, more opportunities to break into the modeling and acting industry, since modeling has always been a dream.

In 2001, we moved to Fayetteville, AR for seven months. While there, I trained with John Casablanca's and signed to Model and Talent Management. My modeling contract expired two years later, I made the choice to not re-sign with the agency. After graduation, I was hired on as an assistant for John Casablanca's / M.T.M. Runway and high fashion have always been a passion. Something about it makes me feel alive when I'm on the runway.

In October of 2001, we moved back to Tulsa, OK, where I then became involved in the music industry. Guitar, bass, violin, and piano, are all instruments that I can play, however, I was more interested in the technical side of things. Live sound, recording and mastering, management. In 2003 I went on tour with Kansas as a guitar tech and merch assistant. Through that connection, I became an intern for Epic Records in Atlanta, GA for six months. That winter I left to tour with The Manhattan Transfer, doing their wardrobe and was a general band assistant. I have also done lights for Simple Plan, among other bands.

Summer of 2005, McElroy Manufacturing contacted me about appearing in their calander. The calander did receive world-wide distribution. I have also done several trunk shows for Cato's and Fashion Bug.

Most recently, I was cast in The Laramie Project, performed by Owasso Community Theatre. The production ran as a part of SummerStage at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Now, filming is about to begin on a short film, to be submitted into the Sundance Film Festival, and the Independant Film Channel. I fully intend to acheive all of my dreams, no matter what challenges may come.