Born and raised in British Columbia, Morgan Kohan spent most of her childhood dancing competitively. Her focus quickly shifted once she was accepted into the Triple Threat Program at Randolph Academy for Performing Arts in Toronto and upon graduating, she set her sights on film and television.
Since then, Kohan has made a significant impact in the industry. In 2019 alone, she wrapped three starring roles in feature films: The Marijuana Chronicles, which screened in competition at the 2019 Santa Barbara International Film Festival and Whistler Film Festival, Jade’s Asylum which premiered at the Fantasia Festival and the quirky comedy, Kitty Mammas set for release in 2020.
On the TV side, Kohan is most recognized for her work as “Lillian Walsh” in the Hallmark original series, WHEN HOPE CALLS which launched their streaming service and quickly became a fan and ratings favorite. Other past credits include: Hallmark Channel’s, “When Calls the Heart: The Greatest Christmas Blessing”, “Creeped Out” (Netflix), “Star Trek Discovery” (CBS), “The Bold Type” (Freeform), “Kim’s Convenience” (Netflix) and her memorable arc as Evie Beaumont in CBS’s “Ransom.”