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|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation character|
Elisabeth Harnois as Morgan Brody
|First appearance||Cello and Goodbye|
|Portrayed by||Elisabeth Harnois|
|City||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Rank||CSI Level 2|
|Position||Night Shift CSI|
|Seasons||11, 12, 13, 14|
Morgan Brody is a fictional character on the CBS crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, portrayed by Elisabeth Harnois. She made her first screen appearance in the season eleven episode "Cello and Goodbye", which was broadcast on May 5, 2011.
In April 2011 Prior to becoming a regular character, Elisabeth Harnois made a guest appearance as Morgan Brody in the season eleven episode "Cello and Goodbye". In the same month, it was confirmed that Elisabeth Harnois was to become a series regular in the show's twelfth season.
On March 20, 2013, Harnois was confirmed to have signed on for season fourteen.
Morgan previously worked as a CSI in Los Angeles, and is Conrad Ecklie's daughter, although she took her stepfather's last name.
On the team
In her first appearance, Morgan first worked with the CSIs when Raymond Langston was searching for his sworn enemy, the serial killer Nate Haskell. The take-down of Haskell had effects for the Las Vegas CSI team, but also for LAPD SID, and specifically Brody, who was fired from the Crime Lab for her involvement in the case.
In the season 12 premiere, she comes to Las Vegas to work with the team. She first sees Nick Stokes moving out of Grissom's old office. When Greg Sanders comes out of a lab, he felt a little awkward when they met, since he is clearly smitten by her. Nick asks him to not even think about it because she is Conrad Ecklie's daughter, although Greg continues to flirt with her, as seen in "Bittersweet"; however, Morgan tells Greg that she is not interested in dating guys on the job but is curious whether Nick and Al Robbins' niece are in a relationship, who were on a date in the beginning of the episode. In the episode "CSI Down" Morgan's relationship with her father is brought to light after she recovers from being abducted on a rescue helicopter.
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