Morgan Webb

Her full name is Morgan Ailis Webb, and her nickname Webbie. She is an actress as well as producer. She got married to Rob Reid on 19th August, 2006. Though she is born in Canada, but in an interview she said that she was born and brought up in the US. Still in her first TV appearance on the Tech TV, she said that she is Canadian and talks about Canada only. When she was an infant, she appeared in several commercials like Gerber Baby Food, McDonald's and Kenner Toys. Her parents were quite strict about her watching the television, so instead of watching TV she started developing her interests in the video games; soon she hasn't only started playing them but also had an interest to create them. She started playing the Combat, one of the basic video games of that time. Her favourite ones were Phantasy Star and The Legend of Zelda.

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She completed her high school from North Hollywood High school and Walter Reed Middle School, after which she left for UC Berkeley for her bachelor's degree in rhetoric, which she completed in 2000.

 Career Path

While studying for her bachelor's degree, she also started working as a web admin. After which she was hired at the Tech TV in 2001 for The Screen Savers as the associate producer. Along with it, she co-hosted Call for Help in 2002 & 2003 with Chris Pirillo. She left his job in 2003. She is a former co-host and senior segment producer of G4 show X-play, which is now cancelled.  Before that, she hosted the podcast Webbalert from 2007 to 2009, which was a daily video blog. And worked as a monthly columnist for the US edition of FHM and use to write about video games and has a column with the name Tips from the Gaming Goddess.

She was the one of the six TechTV employees who survived the layoffs after the merger of G4 and Tech TV in 2004. In 2009, She became the new host for upcoming show G4 underground. In 2013, She co-anchored the event of Microsoft's Xbox E3.

She is currently working as a creative advisor and consultant for Activision Blizzard. All the Blizzard's world of Warcraft programs are still hosted and produced by her.

Media Appearances

Maxim magazine spotlighted her in their July 2004 edition. Throughout that year she was featured in several issues related to print media. She was listed as the 100 sexiest women in the world for three consecutive years, in 2005, 2006 and 2007 for edition 73, 62 and 51 respectively. In few other magazines she was listed as the hottest women of the year.

She also appeared in a music video from the band low water for their song Strange New Element. Along with it, she is also featured in the artwork of the band's alum Hard Words in a Speakeasy.

Net Worth

Her net Worth is around $200,000. To follow her and to know more about her you can easily trace her Twitter account as well as Facebook account.

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Last Modified : Mar 27 2016