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Morgan Nagler (born 24 March 1978; age 43) is an actress who played a girl on board the USS Enterprise-D in the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episode "Rascals". She was credited as Kid #1.
Among her acting resume are films such as the television drama Sins of the Father (1985, with Mark L. Taylor), the music drama Bird (1988, with Bill Cobbs, Hamilton Camp, Tony Todd, Diane Salinger, and Tim Russ), the action drama Last Resort (1996, with Dean Stockwell, Dendrie Taylor, and Richard Riehle), the science fiction comedy Evolution (2001, with Gregory Itzin, Jennifer Savidge, Steve Kehela, and stunts by Janet Brady, Tommy J. Huff, Peewee Piemonte, Mic Rodgers, and Tim Trella), the comedy sequel American Pie 2 (2001, with Larry Drake and stunts by Brian Avery), the romance Paper Cut (2004), and the action film Domino (2005, with Stanley Kamel, Patrick Kerr, Andy Milder, Paul Sklar, and stunts by Anita Hart and Justin Sundquist).
Nagler has also appeared on television series such as Punky Brewster (1984, with Robert DoQui), Highway to Heaven (1986), Falcon Crest (1989, with Castulo Guerra), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1991, starring James Avery), ER (1998, with Lily Mariye and John Towey), Judging Amy (1999, with Kelly Curtis, Claudette Sutherland, and Kitty Swink), Frasier (2001, starring Kelsey Grammer), Will & Grace (2002), Crossing Jordan (2003, with Miguel Ferrer and Bruce French), and That 70's Show (2004, with Kurtwood Smith and Don Stark).
Nagler is the lead vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter for the LA based indie band The Whispertown 2000 since 2005. The band released their debut album "Livin' in a Dream" in 2006 and their second album "Swim" in 2008.
- TheWhispertown2000.com – official site