• Morgan Macgregor is a Canadian writer and editor, married to Hollywood actor Michael C. Hall.
• She has an estimated net worth of over $1 million and shares assets such as a luxury home in NYC with her husband.
• Morgan has been a book critic and reviewer for the Los Angeles Review of Books and has reviewed several books.
• Michael C. Hall is an actor, director and producer with a net worth of more than $25 million and has acted in various stage and television series.
• The couple do not have any children yet and Morgan shares a strong bond with Michael's family.
- 1 Who is Morgan Macgregor?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Morgan Macgregor Net Worth and Assets
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
- 4 Professional Career
- 5 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 6 Relationship with Michael C. Hall
- 7 They Have No Children
- 8 Who is Her Husband? Michael C. Hall Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Morgan Macgregor?
Morgan Macgregor was born in 1987, in Whitby, Ontario, Canada, and is a writer and editor, probably best recognized for being the wife of famous Hollywood actor Michael C. Hall.
How rich is she, as of now? Morgan Macgregor Net Worth and Assets
As of early 2020, Morgan Macgregor’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million, earned from her successful career as a writer and editor. Moreover, she probably shares the wealth of her famous husband Michael, whose fortune is reputedly more than $25 million. They also share such assets as a luxury 2,200-square-foot home valued at $4.3 million located in El Dorado, New York City.
Michael C. Hall and Morgan Macgregor arriving on the green carpet
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
Morgan’s nationality is Canadian, she belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and her religion is Christianity – information about her parents and siblings has not been disclosed. She spent her early years in Canada and upon matriculating enrolled into Concordia University, Montreal Canada, from which she graduated with a BA degree in Communications.
Morgan Macgregor is an accomplished writer and editor, and also pursues her career as a book critic and reviewer for the Los Angeles Review of Books, where she is an Associate Editor. Furthermore, she is currently working on her first novel, and planning to open a bookstore, which would be called ‘Dead or Alive’.
Morgan has reviewed such books as “The Lola Quartet”, “Birds Of A Lesser Paradise”, “The Shelter Cycle”, and “Woke Up Lonely”, among others. Her reviews have been featured in such publications as ‘Book Reviews’ and ‘Book Riot’.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
The attractive editor has long light brown hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 5ins (1.65m), weighs around 121lbs (55kgs), and her body type is slim with vital statistics of 34-26-35. Her bra size is 33B, and shoe size 6 (US). Morgan is a huge tattoo fan, and has inked several tattoos on her body.
Relationship with Michael C. Hall
Morgan Macgregor dated Michael C. Hall for a while; they made their first public appearance at the Emmy Awards in 2012, and eventually married in a ceremony held on 29 February 2016 at New York City Hall.
They continued appearing together at various public events, such as the 2016 Hyundai Mercury Prize in London, and parties held at the King’ Cross Theatre, and she also accompanied him to the premiere of “Game Night” in 2018. They currently reside in Los Angeles, California. Morgan is his third wife, since he was previously married to Amy Spanger (2002-2006) and Jennifer Carpenter (2008-2011).
They Have No Children
Morgan and Michael have no children yet. One of the main reasons could be his problems with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, which is a type of cancer, with which he was diagnosed during the filming of the fourth season of “Dexter” in 2010. After undergoing a number of chemotherapy treatments, his cancer is in remission. Maybe they are also nervous since his father passed away from cancer when Michael was eleven years old.
Who is Her Husband? Michael C. Hall Short Wiki/Bio
Michael Carlyle Hall was born on 1 February 1971 under the sign of Aquarius, in Raleigh, North Carolina USA. He was raised an only child by his father, William Carlyle Hall, who worked for the technology company IBM, and his mother, Janice Hall, who was a mental health counselor at Lees-McRae College.
Educational Background and Early Career
Michael always wanted to become an attorney, but changed his mind while attending Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, where he performed in the school’s production of “What Love Is”, and later joined the boy choir. He also performed in such high school musicals as “Oklahoma!”, “The Sound Of Music”, and “Fiddler On The Roof”.
Upon matriculation in 1989, he enrolled in Earlham College, a liberal arts college based in Richmond, Indiana, from which he obtained his degree in 1993. During his college years, Michael starred in the production of “Cabaret”.
Michael started his professional acting career on stage, making his debut appearance as the Earl of Warwick in the historical Shakespearean play “Henry V” at the Delacorte Theatre in 1996. Thereafter, he starred in other off-Broadway productions, including “Macbeth” and “Cymbeline” at the New York Shakespeare Festival, and the Manhattan Theatre Club production of “Corpus Christi”. Michael’s debut Broadway role came in 1999, when he was chosen to play Emcee in the revival of the musical “Cabaret”, followed by his performance as Billy Flynn in the musical “Chicago” in 2002.
His other major stage roles include the title role in the Laura Pels Theatre’s production of “Mr. Marmalade” (2005), John Jones in the Broadway production of “The Realistic Joneses” (2014), winning a share of the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance, and the title role in another Broadway musical, entitled “Hedwig And The Angry Inch” (2014-15). Moreover, Michael performed as Thomas Jerome Newton in David Bowie’s musical “Lazarus” from 2015 to 2017. Most recently, he starred in the off-Broadway production of the one-man show “Thom Pain (Based On Nothing)” in 2018, and played himself in the Broadway musical “Skittles Commercial: The Broadway Musical” in 2019.
“Six Feet Under”
Michael made his television debut in 2001, when he was chosen to play David Fisher in the HBO drama series “Six Feet Under”, created by Alan Ball, which ran for six seasons until 2005.
He gained international fame as the role earned him a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 2002, as well as twice the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series in 2003 and 2004, and the 2005 Monte-Carlo Television Festival for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series.
In 2006, Michael was cast in the title role of the Showtime crime drama mystery series “Dexter”, also serving as an executive producer of the series, which ran for eight seasons until 2013. Between 2008 and 2012, he won five nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.
Some of the awards he won for his work on the series include the Television Critics Association Award for Individual Achievement in Drama in 2007, the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, both in 2010. He later reprised his role as the voice of Dexter in the animated series “Dexter: Early Cuts” (2009-10).
Film Titles and Other Major TV Roles
Thereafter, he featured as Jack Meyerwitz in the 2010 comedy-drama “Peep World”, and then starred as Morris Bliss in the 2011 indie comedy “The Trouble With Bliss”, and landed the role of Dane in the 2014 crime thriller “Cold In July”. From 2015 to 2019, Michael did a voice over in Daron Nefcy’s animated series “Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil”, produced and portrayed Tom Delaney in the mini-series “Safe” (2018), and played Thomas Eastman in the drama “The Report” (2019). Most recently, he featured as Holt in the 2019 thriller “In The Shadow Of The Moon”. It is announced that he will appear as Tom Franklin in the upcoming drama series “Shadowplay”.