Heather Morgan began her career in the early 1990's working with The Groundlings Theater where she wrote and performed original material for the main company. In 1995 she performed her first one person show, Dad, Cancer, Fear And Boys, at the HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. Heather went on to both perform in and write for numerous television shows in the 90's including The Dana Carvey Show. She wrote, starred in and co-produced Bark!, a feature film, which also starred Lisa Kudrow, Vincent D'Onofrio and Hank Azaria and went to the Sundance Film festival in 2002. She was also picked as one of the "Ten Screenwriters To Watch" in 2001 for the screenplay by the Daily Variety. In 2005 Heather teamed up again with Lisa Kudrow writing for her award-winning HBO series, The Comeback, which was created by Kudrow and Michael Patrick King. Since that time, Heather has written several feature films and co-written 2 half-hour single camera comedies for Sony Entertainment with writer/performer, Patrick Bristow. Heather will soon direct her first feature film, The Dying Dinners.