Judson Pearce Morgan - Biography

Judson began his career as an actor in New York City. He was a member of the original Broadway cast of "The Graduate" with Kathleen Turner, Jason Biggs and Alicia Silverstone. He came to Los Angeles to produce and star in the award-winning remake of the historic feature film, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (2005). He then wrote and directed The Wager (2007) (starring Randy Travis), which was released by "The Weinstein Company". Most recently, he wrote, directed, produced, edited the supernatural thriller, The Collective (2008). Presented at 25 film festivals around the world, "The Collective" has won 8 festival awards, including the "Audience Award" at the Brooklyn International Film Festival and "Best Cinematography" at HD Fest. In addition to his feature film work, Judson has shot numerous music videos, fashion films, short films, and commercials for such clients as Universal, VH1, Target and Walmart.

Judson has two films and a TV show in development. A quirky indie film, To Be Godfrey (2000), was a finalist for the prestigious Sundance Lab program. The Grid (2000) is a techno-thriller he wrote and will direct.

He received an MFA from UMKC and a BA from Wheaton College.