|Date of Birth||January 13, 1983|
|Origin||London, England, UK|
Life and Career
Morris was born in London, where he began acting at the Anna Scher Theatre. It was there, when he was 13, that a director on the hit British drama The Knock spotted him and asked him to play a boy pushed into the drug trade. Morris continued his intensive training under Anna Scher for the next eight years. In this period more opportunities arose and after appearing in several television shows, films, and commercials; he went on to spend three seasons with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Working with directors such as Steven Pimlott, Tim Albery and Elijah Moshinsky, and alongside actors as diverse as Simon Russell Beale, Samuel West and Roger Allam. He credits this with being a major influence on his learning and craft. He is currently working in the United States, having played the lead in the NBC pilot Young Arthur (2002) (TV) the film Cry Wolf (2005) as Owen Matthews, and the film Whirlygirl (2006) as James Edwards.
Morris was next seen in the independent horror film, Donkey Punch as Josh, which was critically honoured at its appearance at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. He also appeared in the Tom Cruise-starring Valkyrie and the Sugababes video, "Freak Like Me". Morris next had a supporting role in the slasher film Sorority Row as Andy. He has also played the recurring role of Agent Owen in a season of 24.
Morris was part of the cast of the fall 2010 ABC documentary-style dramedy television series My Generation, playing "The Rich Kid" Anders Holt, which was cancelled after two episodes due to low ratings. He also guest starred on ABC Family's new TV series Pretty Little Liars, as Wren.
Morris was born in North London and is the son of Glen and Andrea Morris. He has a younger sister named Amy. His parents are Jewish South Africans (Morris was raised in South Africa). He currently resides in Los Angeles.
Gallery of behind the scene stills released to promote the actor.