Clinton Morgan

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Clinton Morgan
Born (1959-12-05) 5 December 1959 (age 61)
Perth, Western Australia

Clinton Morgan (born 5 December 1959) is an Australian film and television actor.

Biography

Early life

Morgan was born in Perth, Western Australia. Morgan's parents were Welsh Australians originating from London.

Acting career

Clinton Morgan has a career that has fulfilled many roles. He chose to devote most of his time bonding with his family in Perth. Morgan spent a brief tenure as an English Professor in Seoul, Korea, Morgan featured in a number of major films and popular TV shows. He lived in Korea for five years with his wife and five children. Morgan's work in film earned him significant celebrity status in Korea. Morgan returned to Australia with his family in December 2006. Morgan currently lives in the countryside where he is undertaking a master's degree in Screenwriting. Clinton plans to return to the screen in 2014. In this new chapter Morgan will be writer and director.

Personal life

His first foray into television paired him with a young Heath Ledger in 1996. Morgan and Ledger starred in an episode of Sweat, produced in Western Australia by Barron Entertainment.

Traveled through the Tuscany region of Italy with Stanley Tucci in 1985, when both were struggling actors. They discussed the joys and agonies of working towards that ever elusive stardom.

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2006 The Host Agent Yellow Korean: Gwoemul
2005 Welcome to Dongmakgol Unknown

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Jin-jja Jin-jja Jong-a-hae Prime Minister of Finland Miniseries
2005 Sweet Spy C.I.A. Chief Korean: Dalkomhan seupai / Miniseries
2004 The Phoenix Anderson Korean: Bul sae / 1 episode
Something Happened in Bali C.E.O. Korean: Ballieseo saengkin il / Miniseries / Uncredited
1996 Sweat Bevan 1 episode

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