Brit Morgan was still a virtual unknown in Hollywood when she landed a featured role on the award-winning HBO series "True Blood" (2008 -14) as a psychotic ex-girlfriend of the werewolf Alcide (Joe Manganiello). Born on Sept. 24, 1987 in Marlton, NJ, the future television star was bit by the acting bug at age six and started singing and dancing for her family. Morgan began her journey to stardom at age 18; shortly after high school, she packed up her pickup truck and made the long trek from her hometown to Hollywood. Morgan guest starred on a number of hit TV series like "Greek" (ABC, 2007-11) and the CBS crime drama "CSI: NY" (2004-13) before becoming a series regular on the short-lived drama "The Middleman" (ABC, 2008). On the show, she played a free-spirited animal activist who befriends a young woman hired by a temp agency to fight evil. In 2008, she made her film debut in the comedy "Beer for My Horses," in which she journeys cross-country with country singers Toby Keith and Willie Nelson and rocker Ted Nugent.