• Morgan Ailis Webb is an American former co-host and co-producer of the talk-show “X-Play”.
• She developed computer skills while attending college and has worked for various companies in the tech and gaming industries over the years.
• Morgan is an actress, model and a columnist for FHM.
• She is married to author and entrepreneur Robert H. Reid.
• Morgan has a net worth of over $200,000.
Known for movies
|Date Of Birth||October 5, 1978|
|Fact||Her fans are referred to as "Webbheads".|
- 1 Who is Morgan Webb?
- 2 Early life and education
- 3 Morgan’s career
- 4 Acting credits
- 5 Morgan’s presence on social media networks
- 6 Love life and husband
- 7 Hobbies and interesting facts
- 8 Age, height and net worth
- 9 General Info
- 10 Family
- 11 Accomplishments
- 12 Social profile links
- 13 Facts
- 14 Pictures
- 15 Movies
Who is Morgan Webb?
Morgan Ailis Webb was born in Los Angeles, California USA (some sources mistakenly claim in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) on 5 October 1978 – her zodiac sign is Libra, and she holds American nationality. She’s a former co-host and co-producer of the talk-show “X-Play”, which aired on G4 between 1998 and 2013. It was co-hosted by Adam Sessler and numerous guests, and featured the trio bringing news related to video games; the show numbers 330 episodes.
Early life and education
Morgan was raised in Los Angeles by her parents about whom little is known, because she respects their privacy; it’s believed that her father was a doctor, and that her mother was a housewife. Because Morgan hasn’t mentioned having any siblings, most of her fans believe her to be an only child.
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She was somewhat thrown into the modeling industry at a very early age, as her parents took her to a couple of auditions, and subsequently she appeared in commercials for Kenner Toys, McDonald’s and Gerber baby food. Morgan wasn’t allowed to watch TV while growing up, so she compensated by playing video games on her father’s Atari console; her favorite game was “Combat”, until the release of “Phantasy Star” and “The Legend of Zelda”.
She was interested in numerous activities while attending a local high school, and played several sports with her peers, while she still spent the majority of her spare time playing video games. Upon matriculating in 1996, Morgan enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in rhetoric in 2000.
Morgan developed computer skills while she was attending college, and upon graduation, went on to work as a website administrator for a dot-com company.
With the help of a friend, in 2001 she began working at TechTV as a web researcher, and associate producer of their show “The Screen Savers”. The following two years saw her co-hosting the show “Call for Help”, together with the American entrepreneur and former TV personality Chris Pirillo, and it was in 2003 that Morgan was invited to co-host “X-Play”, together with the American video game journalist Adam Sessler, and she thus quit “The Screen Savers”.
She was hired to work for the British multi-national men’s lifestyle magazine “FHM” as their game columnist in August 2005, while the name of her column was “Tips from the Gaming Goddess”; the magazine discontinued their US publication in March 2007.
Between 2 August 2007 and 25 January 2009, she hosted the daily video blog “Webb Alert” – each of her videos was around six minutes long, and featured her talking about the technology news of the day.
She started hosting the “G4 Underground” show on 29 March 2009, and the years 2013, ‘14 and ‘15 saw her work as a creative advisor and consultant for Activision Blizzard; Morgan produced and hosted their monthly show “WoW Source”, in which she and various gamers discussed the video game “World of Warcraft”.
Since September 2017, Morgan has been working at Bonfire Studios, mostly helping organize the community.
Morgan’s also an actress, and has four acting credits. She made her debut appearance in the 2006 music video “Low Water: Strange New Element”, and in 2007, she portrayed Host in the comedy series “Free Stuff!”
The year 2011 saw Morgan appear in all the three episodes of the comedy mini-series “Road to E3”, and most recently, in 2017 she portrayed Neely Lamm in the episode “The Fall” of the crime comedy series “Bull”. It was created by Paul Attanasio and Phil McGraw, stars Michael Weatherly, Geneva Carr and Jaime Lee Kirchner, and follows Dr. Bull who’s using psychology and human intuition to learn how lawyers, jurors and witnesses think; the series has been airing since 2016, and has been nominated for two awards.
Morgan has uploaded close to 100 pictures onto her Instagram account, and is today followed by over 10,000 people.
She launched her Twitter account in July 2008, and has since amassed over 200,000 followers, while she’s tweeted more than 3,000 times, mostly to share news from the gaming industry with her fans.
Her Facebook page is followed by more than 1,000 people – her most recent update was on 4 December 2020.
Morgan doesn’t have her own TikTok account, but some videos featuring her have been uploaded onto the network by other users, and these have been viewed over a million times.
Love life and husband
On 19 August 2006, Morgan exchanged vows with American author and entrepreneur Robert H. ‘Rob’ Reid, in a private ceremony held at City Hall in San Francisco, California.
Her husband is probably known best for his cyber-thriller novels “Year Zero: A Novel” and “After On: A Novel of Silicon Valley”, while he’s also attracted some attention with his non-fiction book “Architects of the Web”. He’s the founder of the company Listen.com Inc., which has been credited with the launch of the digital music service Rhapsody.
Morgan and Robert don’t have children together, and while this is mostly believed to be because they are both focused on their careers, some people on the internet have claimed that perhaps one of the two (or both) is infertile; these rumors haven’t been addressed by Morgan.
As of April 2022, she’s married to Robert Reid, and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and interesting facts
In April 2004, Morgan won the “Playboy” magazine’s poll for ‘TechTV’s Sexiest Techie’ and was offered a nude photoshoot, however, Morgan refused, but stated that she was flattered.
She loves to play video games in her spare time, nowadays mostly on her PlayStation 5 console, as well as on her PC. Morgan’s also a huge fan of board games, with her favorite being “Dungeons & Dragons”.
She’s into travelling, and her career has taken her to various US states, while she’s also been to Japan on a number of occasions; her favorite city to travel to is Kyoto, Japan.
Morgan enjoys watching Hollywood movies, and her favorite actor and actress are Eddie Redmayne and Angelina Jolie, while a couple of her favorite films include “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, “Les Miserables” and “Girl, Interrupted”.
She’s physically highly active and has a couple of training sessions at the gym every week, thus her slim figure.
Age, height and net worth
Morgan’s age is 43. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) and she weighs around 120lbs (60kgs).
As of April 2022, Morgan’s net worth stands at more than $200,000.
|Full Name||Morgan Webb|
|Date Of Birth||October 5, 1978|
|Profession||Television producer, Television presenter|
|Education||Walter Reed Middle School, University of California, Berkeley, North Hollywood High School|
|TV Shows||X-Play, The Screen Savers, G4 Underground, Free Stuff|
Social profile links
|1||She attended Walter Reed Middle School.|
|2||She attended North Hollywood High School.|
|3||She is deathly allergic to cranberries.|
|4||She holds both American and Canadian citizenships.|
|5||She is a fan of Yun-Fat Chow.|
|6||Her fans are referred to as "Webbheads".|
|7||Her favorite anime series' are: FLCL, Bubblegum Crisis, Ranma, Gunsmith Cats, Dominion Tank Police, Project A-Ko, and Kimagure Orange Road.|
|8||Her favorite bands are The Pixies, The Cure, The Postal Service, The Gorillaz, The Beastie Boys, and The Electric Six.|
|9||A fan proposed to her on Madonna's website.|
|10||Named #62 in FHM magazine's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2006" supplement. (2006).|
|11||Ranked as #73 in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" special supplement. (2005)|
|12||Her favorite soft drink is Diet Coke.|
|13||She suffers from an astigmatism, so she requires glasses for reading.|
|14||Has an older brother and two older half-siblings.|
|15||Got into playing video games as a kid because her parents disapproved of television and refused to order cable.|
|16||Attended elementary, middle, and high schools for academically gifted students.|
|17||Her family moved to Los Angeles soon after she was born.|
|18||She was voted "Miss Kissable" in her high school yearbook.|
|19||She was a Gerber baby.|
|20||She was number 39 in FHM's 2004 50 Most Eligible Women In The World.|
|21||She earned a minor in Italian in college.|
|22||She attended University of California at Berkeley.|
|Bull||2017||TV Series||Neely Lamm|
|Game On!||2012||TV Series||Veronica|
|Road to E3||2011||TV Mini-Series||Morgan|
|Free Stuff!||2007||TV Series||Host (2007)|
|Low Water: Strange New Element||2006||Video short|
|Countdown to Xbox 360||2005||TV Movie||Host|
|E3 Access: Future of Video Games Ultimate 4 DVD Set!||2004||Video|
|Extended Play||2003||TV Series||Co-Host (2003-)|
|The Screen Savers||1998||TV Series associate producer - 2001-2003|
|X-Play||2005-2013||TV Series||Herself - Host / Herself / Herself - Co-Host / ...|
|X-Play Ultimate Buyer's Guide||2012||TV Movie||Herself|
|TableTop||2012||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|X-Play Presents PAX Prime 2012||2012||TV Movie||Herself - Host|
|The Flog||2012||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Comic Con 2012 Live||2012||TV Movie||Herself - Host|
|E3 '12 Live||2012||TV Movie||Herself - Host|
|Attack of the Show!||2006-2012||TV Series||Herself / Herself - Game Break / Herself - Guest Host / ...|
|Chris Hardwick's All-Star Celebrity Bowling||2012||TV Series||Herself|
|X-Play Presents Pax East 2012||2012||TV Movie||Herself|
|X-Play PAX Prime 2011||2011||TV Movie documentary||Herself - Host|
|E3 '11 Live||2011||TV Movie||Herself - Host|
|Gamers Heart Japan||2011||Video documentary||Herself - Host, X-Play|
|Comic-Con 2010 Live||2010||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|E3 '10 Live||2010||TV Series||Herself - Host (2010)|
|Spotlight: Electronic Arts||2010||TV Movie||Herself|
|Penny Arcade: The Series||2009||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|E3 '09 Live||2009||TV Movie||Herself|
|Spotlight: Microsoft||2009||TV Movie||Herself|
|Spotlight: Sony||2009||TV Movie||Herself|
|Spotlight: UbiSoft||2009||TV Movie||Herself|
|Late Night with Jimmy Fallon||2009||TV Series||Herself|
|G4 Underground||2009||TV Series||Herself - Host|
|E3 2008 Live||2008||TV Movie||Herself|
|E3 '08 Live: Preview Show||2008||TV Movie||Herself|
|E3 '06 Live||2006||TV Mini-Series|
|Doom Nation||2006||Video documentary short||Herself|
|G-Phoria 2005||2005||TV Special||Herself - Co-Host|
|Chasing the Edge||2004||Documentary short||Herself|
|The Screen Savers||1998||TV Series||Contributor (2001-2003)|
|Attack of the Show!||2010-2012||TV Series||Herself / Herself - Gadget Pr0n / Herself - Game Break|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia