Lily Nicksay (born January 8, 1988) is an American actress. She is known for originating the role of Morgan Matthews, Cory's little sister, in the first two seasons of Boy Meets World.[4] She reprised the role for the season 3 finale of Girl Meets World. [5]

Career

Nicksay's television credits include guest star appearances on The Mentalist, The Guardian, 8 Simple Rules, and Judging Amy. She has also appeared in the feature films The Negotiator, The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, and Up Close & Personal, and in the 1995 television movie The Christmas Box.[6]

She was seen in a series of UPS commercials, featuring as an operations manager in a company called Gunderman Group.

Nicksay starred as May in the 2017 production of Gulf View Drive,[7] the 2016 production of See Rock City,[8] and the 2015 production of Last Train To Nibroc[9] at the Rubicon Theatre, to rave reviews.[10] [11] She won the 2016 LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play for her performance in See Rock City.[13]

Personal life

Nicksay graduated from the University of St Andrews, Scotland, with an MA degree in Latin and Ancient Greek.[4] She married BMG songwriter Dave Gibson[4] on August 16, 2015.[4]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRole
2016Age of the MoonAlice Wolfe
2015Pontiac Angel (short)Angel
2015Killing AnimalsAlice Wolfe
2014Next Day Blur (short)Mean Girl
2014You Me & Her (short)Teenage Opponent
2000The Adventures of Rocky & BullwinkleSydney
1998The NegotiatorOmar's Daughter
1996Up Close & PersonalStar Atwater

Television

YearTitleRoleEpisode
2017Girl Meets WorldMorgan MatthewsSeason 3, episode 21: Girl Meets Goodbye
2013The MentalistRose SutfinSeason 5, episode 17: Red, White and Blue
20028 Simple Rules... for Dating My Teenage DaughterSabrinaSeason 1, episode 13: Rory's Got a Girlfriend
2001The GuardianLesley WalkerSeason 1, episode 8: Heart
2000Judging AmyMelissa TorySeason 2, episode 8: Waterworld
1995The Christmas BoxDream AngelTV Movie
1993-5Boy Meets WorldMorgan Matthews38 episodes, 1993-5

Theatre Credits

YearProductionRoleVenue
2017Baby DollBaby DollEnsemble Theatre Company
2017Gulf View DriveMayRubicon Theatre Company
2016And Then They FellCalBrimmer Street Theatre Company
2016A Singular TheyBurbankBlank Theatre
2016See Rock CityMayRubicon Theatre Company
2015Last Train To NibrocMayRubicon Theatre Company
2014The Curse of OedipusIsmeneAntaeus Company
2014The Trip Back DownJanWhitefire Theatre
2013Heaven Can WaitBetteGlendale Centre Theatre
2002The Wild DuckHedvigA Noise Within

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryWorkResult
2017Ovation AwardsLead Actress in a PlaySee Rock CityWon[13]
2017Stage Raw AwardsLeading Female PerformanceA Singular TheyNominated[4]
2016Santa Barbara Independent Indy AwardsBest PerformanceSee Rock CityWon[4]
2015Ovation AwardsBest Production of a Play (Large Theatre)Last Train To NibrocNominated[4]
2002Ovation AwardsFeatured Actress in a PlayThe Wild DuckNominated[4]