Morgan Lily
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Morgan Lily is not just a child actor but a little more than that. She was actually three months old when she graced the front page of catalogues, so we can conveniently surmise that her career in the entertainment industry took off when she was just a baby. The model, actress, and aspiring musician took the world of fashion by storm before she got to the age of four.

Renowned magazines like GQ, Ella and Amica, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and Harpers Bazaar feature Lily on the pages of their publications. Before she was cast in the role of Millie Stupek in the movie Henry Poole, the rising star had already featured in over 21 TV commercials as well as several photo-shoots as an upcoming model.

Since her 2005 movie debut in Shards, she has made several appearances in productions like Welcome to the Jungle Gym, He’s Just Not That Into You, The Ugly Life Of A Beautiful Girl, Flipped, X-Men: First Class, as well as X-Men: Days of Future Past. The young artist was also part of Love’s Everlasting Courage, and Cooties.

The commercials she has done in the past include; Kellogg’s, Dodge, Jif Peanut Butter, a Hallmark Christmas ad and Continental Airlines. Among other things, the beautiful star loves animals and frequently chips in to aid animal welfare organisations.

Morgan Lily – Bio, Age

Lily was born into the Gross family in Santa Monica California United States on the 11th of April 2000. Her place of birth is an indication of her nationality. Her zodiac sign is Aries and she belongs to the white ethnicity. She was raised by her biological parents Andy and April gross in a friendly environment alongside two sisters and a brother.

There is still no record of her educational background and qualifications, but we have it on record that she was a high honor roll student during her years in school. There is no record of any romantic relationship for Lily as she is really good at keeping her personal life away from prying eyes.

One thing is certain with the young star, she is seriously building a career in the entertainment industry and wouldn’t want to entertain any distractions. Her hobbies are Ventriloquism, magic, and comedy and she has been featuring as a child model in some classy fashion magazines like; Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue and GQ.  The young star currently resides with her family in the US.

Morgan Lily
image source – Morgan Lily; He’s Not Just That Into You (2009)

Parents

The young entertainer has some notable personalities as family members, her dad Andy Gross, a magic Castle member was a known comedian and an ex-athlete. The actress was named Morgan Lily because her mom April Gross and her dad couldn’t agree on either Morgan or Lily.

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Her mother wanted her to be called Lily while her dad preferred Morgan, so at the end of the day, she went with both names. Her other family members include; an older sister named Riley Jane, and a younger sister named Jordan David. Lily has an uncle called David A. Gross.

Height

The teenage entertainer stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches which is approximately 1.65m. Her body weight which is commensurate with her height is listed as 55kg. Her general body measurement is summarized as 34 for bust, 26 for waist and 34 for her hip. Lily is a natural blonde with beautiful blue eyes.

Where is She Now?

Since her 2005 professional acting debut which was made on the set of the movie Shards, Lily has remained in the entertainment industry in her capacity as an actress. After her portrayal of Morgan in Shards, she was cast in the role of Kyle in the 2006 movie, Welcome to the Jungle Gym.

Lily made several appearances in some films that were not so successful and also took minor roles in series like; Henry Poole Is Here, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and many others. Her 2011 movie, X-Men: First Class, was a resounding success and was positively reviewed by viewers and fans. Lily herself received massive positive responses from the public. Her most recent movies are; 2014 X-Men: Days of Future Past and 2016 Grey’s Anatomy.

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