(m. 1977; div. 1996)
|Children||3; including Jason Ritter and Tyler Ritter|
Nancy Karen Morgan (born April 1, 1949) is an American actress.
Morgan is the daughter of Marjorie (née Greenfield) and Samuel A. Morgan. Jr. She is a niece of John "Red" Morgan, who was awarded the Medal of Honor for his bravery during World War II in 1943, events later fictionalized in the movie Twelve O'Clock High.
Morgan starred with Ron Howard in Howard's directorial debut Grand Theft Auto as well as starred with Italian film star Terence Hill in a feature film and European television series based on comic-strip hero Lucky Luke. For many years Morgan and her husband John Ritter co-hosted the national United Cerebral Palsy Telethon together. They also co-starred in television movies The Dreamer of Oz and Heartbeat, and in the feature film Americathon. Morgan also made a guest appearance in Ritter's television series Hooperman.
Morgan married actor John Ritter in 1977, and they had three children: Jason (b. 1980), Carly (b. 1982), and Tyler, (b. 1985). Ritter and Morgan divorced in 1996 after nineteen years of marriage.
- Fraternity Row (1976) - Jennifer
- Grand Theft Auto (1977) - Paula Powers
- Americathon (1978) - Lucy
- Pray TV, (1980) - Peggy Williams
- The Nest (1988) - Lilli
- Tricks of the Trade (1988)
- Behind God's Back (1989) - Sara
- Lucky Luke (1991) - Lotta Legs
- Good Dick (2008) - Waitress
- Boston (2014) - Jane
- Worthy (2015) - Beverly Jenson
- McMillan and Wife (1976) - Jenny
- The Secrets of Isis (1977) - Kathy
- Good Times (1978) - Cindy Crebbins
- The San Pedro Beach Bums (1977) - Julie
- Backstairs at the White House (1978) - Margaret Truman
- Diff'rent Strokes (1982) - Kate
- Hooperman (1986)
- The Dreamer of Oz: The L. Frank Baum Story (1986) - Helen Leslie
- The Joy of Natural Childbirth (1987) - Nancy
- Danielle Steel's Heartbeat (1992)
- Lucky Luke (1993) - Lotta Legs
- Monday Night Shakespeare (2015) - Grandma Mountague
- Break a Hip (2018) - Yolanda Kincade
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