Morgan Saylor was born on 26 October 1994 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. The young actress started her career with a compelling turn on the award-winning drama Homeland, as Dana Brody, the highly perceptive daughter of a U.S. Marine POW who may or may not have been turned into a terrorist. Saylor was born in Chicago, but grew up in Atlanta, GA, where she attended Montessori schools. She began performing in community theaters at a young age, before she was signed by a local talent agency. Saylor’s television debut was a voice role on the hit series The Sopranos, followed by an appearance on the short-lived police drama K-Ville. In 2011, she became a series regular on the critically acclaimed Showtime drama Homeland. Saylor’s credits include The Greening Of Whitney Brown, Father Of Invention, and Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant.
Her other interests were gymnastics and karate, but she typically opted for theatre, drama and acting activities. Saylor rock climbs in her spare time.