Cindy Morgan, best known for her sexy role as “Lacey Underall” in the block busting classic “Caddyshack,” has a long list of credits to her name. This intelligent beauty lights up the screen and has influenced a generation. Cindy certainly influenced my attitude towards sexuality and growing grander with every passing year in our interview together. With much wisdom to share with us, I look forward to the release of her new book.
It is my honor to welcome Cindy Morgan to The Global Townhall.
Gabrielle Reilly: From watching your interview on the biography channel, it is fantastic that you seem so entirely comfortable with your sexuality and the power you have being a gorgeous woman. How did you become so comfortable with something many women aren’t quite sure how to handle in our many roles in life as also mothers, daughters etc?
Cindy Morgan: I’ve always fought for the right to feel comfortable with my sexuality. It’s a battle that’s been hard fought and hard won by women for many years.
I spent twelve years in a Catholic school system that focused on academics. Then, I went away to college during the feminist movement, and women were taught to be proud of who they were and to own their sexuality. (BTW, There’s big a difference between flaunting sexuality and owning sexuality.)
When I speak about Lacey Underall, the character that I played in Caddyshack shot in 1979, it was right on the heels of an explosion of social consciousness and Lacey was very much a product of that time.
Comfortable with my sexuality? Often after a good fight to draw boundaries.
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