Fresh out of high school, Brit Morgan packed her bags, revved up her pickup truck, and drove westward from New Jersey to Hollywood. She didn’t have to wait long in Hollywood, as she immediately landed a guest role on the ABC series Greek. With her passion for performing, she got into acting when she was only six years old. She soon found herself receiving yet another guest starring role, appearing on CSI: NY as the character Robin Graham. Morgan later won the lead role in a series of webisodes for Sony, titled Buried Alive. She portrays the character Melanie alongside Augusto Aguilar, Jeff Blum, Greyson Chadwick, Bram Hoover, J.R. May, Nikki McKenzie, John Charles Meyer and Natalie Wachen.
Brit Morgan later got major acting gigs, working with William H. Macy in his TNT pilot, a crime comedy titled Family Man. Morgan was also in the short drama film The Beginning of the End, directed by Christian Ford. She later got the role of Lacey Thornfield in the hit series The Middleman on ABC. Her character was the best friend and roommate of the lead, Wendy, played by Natalie Morales. Morgan played a conceptual artist who specializes in performance art and poetry, and is also an activist.
Subsequently, Morgan was able to land a role in a feature film. Her movie debut was in Beer for my Horses, which also featured Toby Keith, Rodney Carrington, Tom Skeritt, Ted Nugent, Barry Corbin, Claire Forlani and Greg Serano. In 2010, Brit Morgan joined the cast of True Blood's third season as Debbie Pelt.