About


 

 

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http://www.imdb.me/morgainmcgovern

Morgain McGovern is an actress, comedienne, blogger & writer. She grew up traveling across America and abroad with her family. After the chaos of her teenage years, she moved back to the United States and attended Theatre school at the Stella Adler Theatre.

She currently contributes as a blogger to Dirty and Thirty online magazine

http://www.dirtyandthirty.com

She appeared in such plays as: “After the Fall” by Arthur Miller, “27 Wagons Full of Cotton” by Tennessee Williams and “Angels in America” by Tony Kushner. Most recently, she performed with the ensemble cast of “One Night Stands” at the Avery Schreiber Theatre.

She got her start as an on-air host for KOCT Oceanside. At KOCT she produced, wrote and hosted several documentaries for the station before moving to Los Angeles. She starred in the independent movie, “Masterpiece of Connection,” and performed her stand up comedy at several venues: “The Comedy Store,” “Bliss Café,” and “Genghis Cohen”.

Morgain McGovern lives in Los Angeles with her animals and is the proud owner of

“Moon Dogs Pet Sitting & Urban Farm”

A pet hotel, dog walking & vacation pet sitting company.

http://www.moondogs.co

“Muddy Dogs And Grumpy Cats Welcome!”

 

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5 thoughts on “About

  1. I think I knew Morgain as a child in upstate ny, I was much younger than she so she didnt know me. All my friends thought she was smoking hot and we couldn’t understand why she would hamg out with some of the rougher crowd. I see why now. I also thinks she had a friend Katie who we thought of the same way

  2. Morgain – This is amazing! Something on WordPress linked to you and I recognized your picture right away. I was your neighbor in Fairfield CT. I’m guessing we were around 15 at the time. I worked with Sue at the golf course. Best of luck with the book! Hope all is well. -Randall

    1. That is so cool Randall!! I went back in 2007 and took a picture of me standing in front of our house on Hoyden’s lane. I’ll tell Sue to find you. I hope you like my stories.

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