Debbi Morgan

Deborah Ann Morgan is an actress who has appeared in films and television shows in the United States. She was the first African-American to receive a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 1989 for her performance as Angie Baxter–Hubbard on the ABC soap opera All My Children.

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African-American actress Deborah or Debbi Morgan was born on September 20, 1956, in Dunn, North Carolina. In addition to her, her family consisted of 3 people: father George Morgan, who worked as a butcher; mother, teacher Lora Morgan and younger sister Terry. When Deborah was only three months old, her family moved to New York City. In 1964, her father died, and Lora Morgan raised two daughters alone.


Attending a parochial school, Debbi was interested in acting and played in the musical "A Midsummer Night's Dream." When she was 15, Morgan was involved in the shooting of Cry Uncle, where she played Olga Winter. Her first significant film role in the film industry was in the film Mandingo (1975).

After Mandingo followed a long string of roles in films and television series like Amazing Grace (1974), Taxi Driver (1976), The Monkey Hu$tle (1976), Good Times (1976), What's Happening!! (1976-1977), The Love Boat (1978), Roots: The Next Generations (1979).

However, her most successful role was in the TV series All My Children, where she played Angie Baxter Hubbard. During 12 years of playing in this soap opera, Debbi Morgan has received the love of a significant number of viewers and numerous awards. In 1989 she won Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (the same award in 1989 received the Nancy Lee Grahn for her role in the famous soap opera Santa Barbara); in 2009, Gracie Award; and twice (in 2009 and 2010) NAACP Image Award.

In 1990, she left the ABC series All My Children and continued her career in the role of Chantal Marshall in the soap opera on NBC "Generations." Immediately after the series "Generations," Debbi Morgan played the role of Angie Hubbard on ABC's "Loving."

In 1996, Morgan was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series for her role in "The City." In 1997 she received a Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actress in Eve's Bayou.

Then Debbi actively took part in the shooting. Among her roles, the most known: Lynette Van Adams in the TV series "Soul Food," Lora Gibson in the series "For the People," The Seer in the mystical series "Charmed," and Harmony Hamilton in "The Young and the Restless." Currently, she works in the television series "Power."

During her life, Debbi Morgan earned a reputation of a black woman who has achieved all on her own. She became a role model to millions of black women across America. Together with her husband Jesse Hubbard in the soap opera "All My Children," played by Darnell Williams, they got a nickname First African-American "super couple." Debbi Morgan is quite a wealthy woman; her net worth is estimated at 12.5 million dollars.

Quick Facts
Birth Date: 20 Sep, 1956
Age: 63 yrs
Occupations: Actor
Television actor
Film actor
Citizenship: United States of America
Birth Place: Dunn
Gender: Female
Description: Actress
Twitter Id: Debbimorgan
Spouse: Charles S. Dutton[1989-1994]
Net Worth 2021: 12.5 million
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Last Modified: Feb 19 2023
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