Here’s What Morgan Matthews From ‘Boy Meets World’ Looks Like Today

"Boy Meets World "stars Rider Strong, Lily Nicksay, and Ben Savage (Photo by ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images)
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Thanks to Disney Channel’s Girl Meets World, we’ve gotten to see what a lot of our favorite Boy Meets World characters are up to today, but there’s one that’s missing from the bunch! We’re talking of course about Cory’s kid sister, Morgan Matthews.

Morgan may have been too young to hang out with Cory (Ben Savage) or Eric (Will Friedle), but she was always there with a well-placed zinger whenever the situation called for it.

Interestingly enough, the role of Morgan was actually played by two actresses while Boy Meets World ran between 1993-2000. Actress Lily Nicksay originated the character, playing Cory’s little sis for seasons 1 and 2, before Lindsay Ridgeway took over the role for the rest of the series. Today, both actresses are making a name for themselves in different ways!

Following her run on BMW, Nicksay had guest turns on a number of series, and even starred in some TV movies. These days, Nicksay is balancing working in film with dabbling in theater. Most recently, the actress appeared in stage productions of Last Train to Nibroc in 2015, and 2016’s See Rock City. On the film side, Nicksay’s latest projects include Pontiac Angel, and the James Franco produced project, Killing Animals. Her latest project is the coming-of-age drama, Age of the Moon, which she just finished filming. Take a look at a picture of Nicksay below:


Ridgeway balanced her time on Boy Meets World by taking on other roles in films like Disney’s Tower of Terror, and the dark comedy, Playing Patti. However, Ridgeway didn’t do much acting after Boy Meets World ended back in 2000. According to CNN, the child star decided to pursue her college degree instead. Ridgeway attended UC Riverside and graduated in 2007.



Take a look at photos of Ridgeway from Boy Meets World and from a game in 2011 above!

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