Morgan Spector stars in "Boardwalk Empire" on HBO as Al Capone's brother, Frank Capone.

Morgan Spector has played recurring roles in ABC's thriller "Zero Hour," CBS's drama "Person of Interest" and HBO's comedy "How to Make It in America." He also been seen in episodes of Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black," NBC's "Do No Harm," and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."

Feature film credits include "The Last Airbender," directed by M. Night Shyamalan, "Burning Blue," opposite Trent Ford and Tammy Blanchard, "Musical Chairs," alongside Leah Pipes, and "Grand Street" with Kelly McGillis.

On stage, Morgan Spector was seen in Broadway's "A View from the Bridge," off-Broadway's "Russian Transport" with the New Group, and "Harvey" with the Roundabout Theatre Company. Regional productions include "Enemies: A Love Story" at Wilma Theatre, "Dissonance" at Bay Street Theatre, and the national tour of "The Lion King."

Spector earned his BA from Reed College and his MFA from American Conservatory Theatre.

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