Cindy Morgan Biography
Cindy Morgan (born Cynthia Ann Cichorski on September 29, 1954 in Chicago, Illinois to Polish/German parents) is an American actress best known for her appearances as Lora/Yori in Tron and Lacey Underall in Caddyshack. In 1987, she was cast on Falcon Crest as Chase Gioberti's love interest, Gabrielle Short. She made two appearances on Matlock as different characters. Her second appearance was as a private detective who assisted Matlock on a case. At the conclusion of the case, it was stated that her character would be occasionally working with Matlock on future cases, but that never happened. Cindy also appears as herself in the 2006 movie, Open Mic'rs.
Cindy, whose father fought in World War II, feels passionate about supporting the US military and helping to alleviate the financial hardship felt by those who have been called upon to serve in the recent conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. She is director of the Caddyshack Reunion Golf Tournament, a sponsored celebrity golf tournament reuniting some of the cast of Caddyshack (Morgan included) along with other celebrities from the media and sports worlds. Subtitled "Playing for the home team" and hosted at The Willow Crest Golf Club in Oak Brook, Illinois at the end of July 2006, the aim of the tournament is to raise funds (and awareness) to benefit the Illinois Military Family Relief Fund, an organisation which helps the families of National Guard members and reservists on active duty.
In 2006, Cindy Morgan provided the voice of Emily S. Preston in the Night Traveler multimedia adventure series produced by Lunar Moth Entertainment.