Willard Morgan is an actor/director/producer, debuted Saint Hollywood, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Morgan has appeared in numerous indie features and on theatre and comedy club stages in New York and Los Angeles. His comic personal documentaries have screaned at festivals from Nashville, Tennessee to Milan, Italy, include Festival Fever which won the Sony Visions comedy award, the Best Short award at the Florida International Film Festival and the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival. Me and Michael, his most controversial comedy feature, turns the camera on Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker, Michael Moore, who (ironically) dubbed Morgan a ‘stalker.’ He co-produced Babak Shokrian’s feature, America So Beautiful, which opened in Paris, Los Angeles, and New York. Other producing credits include the Broadway debut of The Runner Stumbles and off-Broadway production of Say Goodnight, Gracie, both directed by Austin Pendleton. Misguided Tours, his comedy travel show, is in development. Morgan is always ready to done his super herojump suit and take the stage as Jelvis, the Jewish Elvis.