Darin Morgan - biography, date of birth, place of birth, filmography, clips, Producer, Actor, Writer, Director.
Born September 2, 1948, Santa Clara County, California, USA is an American screenwriter, producer, actor and director.
Studied the Film Department at Loyola Marymount University. There he co-wrote the six-minute short that led to a three-film deal with TriStar Pictures. Morgan subsequently wrote many unproduced scripts and appeared in two small guest roles on TV series.
In 1994, Morgan was cast as the Human Worm. The role required Morgan to wear a bulky rubber suit for twenty hours without being able to take it off, go to the toilet or eat.
At the suggestion of writer and producer Howard Gordon shortly thereafter, Morgan became the staff writer for The X-Files. His first standalone episode, "The Practical Joke," expanded the usual dark tones into a funny, less predictable direction. The episode was nominated for the 1996 Edgar Allan Poe Award.
Morgan's next episode, "Clyde Brackman's Last Rest," was a fan favorite and critically acclaimed, while Morgan's work was praised for retaining the humorous spirit of The Riddle and poignant presentation. He won an Emmy in 1996 for this episode.
Morgan wrote and directed the third episode of "Mulder and Scully Meet a Two-Faced Monster."
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