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Morgan Saylor, White Girl

A successful child actor, Chicago-born, Georgia raised Morgan Saylor was just six when she knew where her lifetime interest would be. Memorable jobs range from a one line voiceover on The Sopranos to her breakthrough role as Dana Brody on Homeland, the troubled daughter of Damian Lewis’s returned "war hero" who is actually a terrorist. Now Saylor, 21, carries the unrated sex-drugs-rock'n'roll White Girl, literally throwing herself into wildly hedonistic college coed Leah whose hearty partying changes once her drug dealing beau is headed behind bars and she must sell his cocaine stash.


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Film critic and The Boston Herald entertainment writer Stephen Schaefer hosts candid conversations with actors, filmmakers, producers and movie people near and far.