Morgan Shaw-Fox, 25, is an actor, filmmaker, producer and writer. Morgan Shaw-Fox currently resides in Los Angeles and studies improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. He graduated from Lewis & Clark College with a Bachelor degree in theater. Morgan Shaw-Fox has been performing on stage since he was four years old. In the past Morgan Shaw-Fox has performed in many plays such as Urine Town, Tartuff, Stop Kiss, The Importance of Being Earnest, West Side Story and others.
Recently he and four other young Los Angeles filmmakers launched the Watchword Film Collective. The group works to produce cutting-edge media that is committed to representing the artist’s true style on a budget. Part of their recent short films include, Imprecision of Time, Food Play, Ephemory and Have You Seen My Phone?