Morgan Ashley Reichberg was born in New York City. She always knew that she wanted to perform. Morgan took acting classes and began her career at the age of seven performing in local theaters. From there, she began doing some print work and local films. At the age of ten, she began intense Drama training with Ann Ratray, who she continues to work with presently. Morgan landed various book and promotional commercials.
In 2017, Morgan appeared in Nicholas Tolkien’s Off Broadway play “Terezin” at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater. This was a tragic story of the people at Terezin Concentation Camp. Morgan learned a German accent and played dual roles – the ghost of a grieving man’s daughter and a Jewish girl imprisoned in the camp. Morgan worked with a choreographer to learn the deeply poetic and beautiful movements of the characters.
Morgan is also known for her supporting role in the short films “Julia” and “Playboy,” as well as Museum Girl in the feature film “Wonderstruck”. She enjoys doing many sports such as biking, soccer, basketball, tennis and track.