In the late 60s the actor managed to get a job in television. After working in a children's show for several years, he noticed that he began to feel craving for alcohol. His father had already died of liver cirrhosis, and Morgan was afraid. He realized that he could repeat his fate. Taking himself in hand, he continued to follow his dream, patiently perceiving new and new refusals.
Morgan lived 25 years in New York. Working in the theater brought him neither satisfaction nor money. Having played many roles, he became increasingly convinced that his vocation was cinema.