Morgan Macgregor is an US-based Canadian book critic, author, and Partner Editorial Manager, who is perhaps better known for being the wife of the actor Michael C. Hall, famous for his roles in the drama series “Six Feet Under” and “Dexter.”
Age, Early Life, and Education Background
Morgan Macgregor was born in Whitby, Ontario, in 1986, but her exact date of birth is not known; she is 36 years old as of 2022. She comes from a Christian household but hasn’t disclosed her parents’ names and other childhood details. Morgan grew up interested in writing, and preferred staying indoors reading books as a child; she always kept a diary when she was in elementary school. Morgan is an alumnus of Concordia University, situated in Montreal, Canada, having graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication.
Interests and Hobbies
Macgregor is an animal lover and her favorites are horses and canines. She likes sharing the photos of her pet dog on her Instagram page. She is a philanthropist, and together with her husband Michael has donated to various charities to help underprivileged children and the elderly. Morgan loves watching late night movies – her favorite entertainers are Scarlett Johansson and Robin Williams, whereas her best-loved films are “Good Morning, Vietnam,” “Good Will Hunting,” and “Patch Adams.” The Canadian writer also enjoy traveling, and is mostly seen accompanying her husband to celebrity events – they were previously spotted at an evening party held at Lord’s Cross Theater in November 2016.
She has toured many US states, and European cities including London, England, where she attended Hyundai Mercury Prize event with her husband also in 2016.
Morgan has worked for several publishing firms since she graduated, currently as an Associate Editor for Los Angeles Review of Books. She is also a freelance critic, and has worked on several publications. She’s now writing her own novel although she has not shared its name, and she looks forward to opening her bookstore in future – sources reveal that she will name it “Dead or Alive.” She is very experienced in the literature field, but she has not yet been nominated for any awards.
Macgregor boasts of reviewing several well-known books including “Birds of a Lesser Paradise,” “The Lola Quartet,” “Woke Up Lonely,” “The Shelter Cycles,” among others, which have featured in a number of publications, including “Book Riot” and “Book Reviews.”
Macgregor started dating Michael C Hall, who had been married and divorced twice in the past, in September 2012. Michael was married to his first wife, Amy Spanger, from 2002 – 2007 and then he wedded his “Dexter” co-star, Jennifer Carpenter in 2008 before ending their relationship three years later. Morgan and Michael made their relationship public when they appeared together at an Emmy Award ceremony in 2012.
The duo wedded about four years later on 29 February 2016, in New York City; the couple hasn’t welcomed any child together as of 2022. Michael was diagnosed with cancer – Hodgkin’s lymphoma – in 2010, and soon began going for chemotherapy treatment. His cancer is now in remission, and he’s currently serving as a spokesman of the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society; it’s widely speculated that the main reason why the couple hasn’t welcomed a child is because of his cancer diagnosis. The couple is seemingly living happily together in El Dorado.
Height, Weight, and Physical Appearance
Morgan is 5ft 5ins (1.66m) tall, weighs around 121lbs (55kgs), with vital statistics of 34-26-35, and she wears shoe size 6(US). The author has a set of blue eyes and long brown hair.
She is a tattoo fanatic and has several inked on her arms, plus a fence tattoo on her right shoulder.
Morgan has a net worth of approximately $1.5 million as of 2022, thanks to her successful editing and writing careers. On the other hand, her husband is reputedly worth around $25 million. The duo own a 2,200 square foot luxury home located in El Dorado, New York City, valued at approximately $4.3 million – their house was designed by the accomplished American architect Emery Roth.
Who Is Morgan’s Husband, Michael C. Hall?
Michael Carlyle was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, under the Aquarius zodiac sign on 1 February 1971, so is 41 years old as of 2022.
He was born the only child to William Carlyle, a former employee of the IBM technology firm, who sadly succumbed to prostate cancer in 1982, and his wife Janice Hall who is a mental health counselor working at Lees-McRae College. Michael attended Ravenscroft School, Raleigh, and was actively involved in the school’s choir as well as its production of “What Love Is.” He also performed in many other high school musicals including “Fiddler on the Roof” and “The Sound of Music.” He matriculated to Earlham College, a liberal arts school located in Indiana, in 1989, from which he graduated in 1993.
Michael began his acting career shortly after he graduated, in several off-Broadway plays, including “Cymbeline” and “Macbeth”.
He then landed his first Broadway role of Emcee in the musical “Cabaret” in 1999. The North Carolina native later appeared in multiple plays such as Laura Pels’ “Chicago” in 2002, “Mr Marmalade” in 2005, and “The Realistic Joneses” in 2014, among several others. Hall made his TV debut in 2001, with the role of Fisher in Alan Ball’s “Six Feet Under,” which aired on HBO. He was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and Screen Actors Guild Award in 2002 and 2005 respectively. He made his career breakthrough in 2006, when he was cast in “Dexter,” and was nominated for five Primetime Emmy Awards between 2008-2012 for his acclaimed performance.
Hall has appeared in many films, including “Paycheck” in 2003 as Agent Klein, “Gamer” in 2009, and the comedy “Peep World” as Jack Meyerwitz in 2010, among others. In addition, he played the role of Dane in the crime drama “Cold in July”, before he voiced a character in Daron Nefcy’s “Stars Vs. The Forces of Evil”, and played Delaney in 2018’s mini-series “Safe.” His recent roles have been in 2019’s “In the Shadow of the Moon” in which he portrayed Holt and in the drama “The Report” in the same year, in which he played Thomas Eastman.