An article in "Newsweek" magazine named Morgan as on of the six most wanted bad guys in television.
Arlington, Texas named a prominent street "Morgan Woodward Way".
Morgan received the "Lifetime Achievement Award" in 1995.
Morgan's star was placed on the "Walk of Western Stars" in 1990.
He has received recognition as a Distinguished Alumni of the University.
Morgan's brother is Dr. Lewis Woodward.
After he came back from Korea he went into acting instead of going back to law school.
Morgan was sent to Korea to fight in the Korean War and served with the Military Air Transport Command.
Morgan's recognized as an authority on Early American Aircraft in aviation circles.
He had been flying airplanes ever since he was sixteen years old.
In 1951 Morgan went to the University of Texas Law School.
His brother was a weatherman on KOTV, Tulsa.
He celebrated 50 years in show business in 1997.
Morgan was presented with the "Golden Lariat Award" in 1988.
He served as a pilot in the Air Force during World War II.
Morgan's main hobby is restoring, rebuilding, and flying antique airplanes.
He attended the University of Texas in the 1940s.
Morgan is 6 feet 3 inches tall (1.91 meters).
His father was a doctor.
Morgan is a brother of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, University of Texas chapter.