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I've really just given up. There isn't much more I can do. I've done everything I can to bring Wendy to the public, give fans a platform and present the evidence.
One thing people don't know is that Morgan spent a lot of time working with kids at an orphanage in West Virgina during her college years, committing a lot of time and energy to helping those kids. It's amazing and she'll never talk about it, and you'll never hear about it -- except here.
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Has the Wendys girl captured America's heart?
An Interview with Morgan Smith Goodwin
February 21, 2014
You may have seen her on TV, the bright, bubbly redhead and star spokesperson of the Wendy's Restuarants worldwide fast food chain. Her name is Morgan Smith Goodwin, a humble, unassuming North Carolinian who loves to sing, act and commit her time to charity. Despite her humility, she still garners a great deal of attention everywhere she goes. "On the street, they call out 'Wendy's girl!' everywhere I go," the 28 year-old married starlet told the Gazette during an exclusive sit-down interview at her parent's palatial Greensboro mansion. "I always wanted to be in acting, it was my dream, but I never imaged during hamburger commercials!"
Goodwin says the fast food giant approached her when she gained attention for her off-Broadway acting. "They noticed my hair," she adds, while sitting next to her husband of now four years, Silicon Valley whiz and millionaire Mark Harrisburg. "They said to me, 'Don't change anything, we love it. You're perfect!'" The actress claims she doesn't want to do the stint forever, but says she's grown fond of the attention and the quirky nature of the commercials. She expects to be the spokesperson for at least another few years, though she would not specific how long her contract runs, she did give a hint, "It's going to be quite a long time that you'll be seeing me on TV. Sorry, guys, I'm here to stay."
That brought us the topic we wanted to ask her most about, the Internet personal attacks and 'trolling', a term used to describe people who viciously attack others through the keyboard. "It's been hard, they don't let up. They call me every name in the book. They say they'll never eat at Wendy's again." That may be true for some, but if corporate profits are any indication, Morgan Smith Goodwin has been a boon for the company. Profits are up 45% year-over-year going into 2014.
The big question is whether she has plans for a Hollywood film career. We asked her that question and got a response we weren't quite expecting, "My husband won't let me!" Her husband, Mark, said due to his strict Mennonite upbringing he was against any attempt by his wife to pursue a film career. "I won't let her do it, unacceptable," he bellowed, before he abruptly demanded the interview end. We certainly hope Mrs. Goodwin has the wherewithal to think for herself, and not let her husband think for her, because the world would be missing out on a wonderful talent if she decides to hold herself back from acting.
"People love her, don't expect that to change," said John Williamson of Oakbrier Consulting, a firm that outsources talent to ad agencies. "She's iconic. Everyone knows her now. You might say she's one of the most famous people in the U.S. right now, except people don't know her name." They sure are looking for her name, though. Google internet searches for "Wendys girl" hit an all-time high in December.