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James Morrison

James Morrison

Age
60
Birthday
Apr. 21st, 1954
Born in
Bountiful, Utah, USA
Height
5' 11"

James Morrison's Main TV Roles

Show Character(s)
24 TV Show
24
Those Who Kill TV Show
Those Who Kill
Space: Above and Beyond TV Show
Space: Above and Beyond
Blue TV Show
Blue
Prey TV Show
Prey
 

Main Movie Roles

2014 - I Am I
2005 - American Gun
2005 - Jarhead
2002 - Catch Me If You Can
2001 - The One
1993 - Falling Down

Guest TV Roles

Show Name
Characters Played
Ep Count
John Morrissey
18
William White
8
Gordon Murphy
7
Colonel Tim Devon
4
Kingston Nickson
3
Jonathan Hubner
2
father of Will
2
Ph.D.
1
Joe Deever
1
Lloyd Nichols
1
[Complete List]



BIOGRAPHY:

A filmmaker, playwright, poet, actor and yoga teacher, James Morrison was born in Utah and is a product of Alaska. He began his acting career as a clown and wire walker for the Carson and Barnes Wild Animal Circus and served his theatrical apprenticeship with the Alaska Repertory Theatre. Since then, he has appeared at some of America's foremost theatres including the McCarter Theatre, the La Jolla Playhouse, the Mark Taper Forum, the L.A. Stage Company and The Old Globe with such renowned directors as Emily Mann, Des McAnuff, Jack O'Brien, Charles Nelson Reilly, Jose Quintero and Harry Mastrogeorge, his acting teacher since 1982.

He is the recipient of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Performance and three Drama-Logue Awards. In 1985 he appeared in the London premiere of Emily Mann's Still Life at the West End's Donmar Warehouse and the Riverside Studios after a stint in The Edinburgh Festival at the Traverse Theatre where the production received a Fringe First Award.

His radio credits include the KCRW, L.A.TheatreWorks production of The Rainmaker with the cast of the Broadway revival, the NPR and BBC co-production of Julius Caesar and the NPR production of Ruby McCollum in which he stars as William Bradford Huie.

Morrison's short film, Parking (1996), which he wrote and directed, was produced by his wife, Riad Galayini. Parking screened at twenty film festivals world wide including New York's New Directors/New Films presented by Lincoln Center at the Museum of Modern Art, Slamdance (audience choice award for best short), Austin's South By Southwest Festival, the Central Florida Film Festival (third place narrative film award), the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, the Montreal World Festival, The Festival of U.S. Shorts in Brisbane, Australia, Ireland's Cork International Film Festival, and the Northampton Film Festival where it received the Best Short of the Festival Award. Parking also ran on Sundance Channel for 18 months.

With Ms. Galayini, he co-wrote and co-produced her directorial debut, Nude Descending (1997), which received The George Melies Award at the 1998 Taos Talking Picture Festival and has screened at the Nashville Independent Festival and Short Cuts in Paris. In 2000, Nude Descending was selected for special recognition by the Hitchcock International Director's Series presented by the American Cinematheque.

Morrison's plays have been seen at The Sundance Institute, The Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Playwrights' Center of Minneapolis, L.A. Theatre Works, The MET Theatre, Two Parts Theatre Company, The Classical Theatre Lab, City Theatre in Miami, The Road Theatre, The Mojo Ensemble, The Wooden O, The Philadelphia Fringe Festival and the Salt Lake Acting Company where he has directed several plays including those by Sam Shepard, John Robinson, Larry Shue and Beth Henley. His first published volume of poetry and prose, Fog Slow To Clear, is available on Amazon.com.

James was a Lecture Fellow at Bournemouth University School of Media in England for four years and received his certification to teach Hatha Yoga from Yogiraj Ganga White and Tracey Rich at the White Lotus Foundation in Santa Barbara. He teaches regular classes at the Center for Yoga in Los Angeles.

James and Riad live in L.A. with their son, Seamus, born in 1999.


TRIVIA:
  • Raised from about the age 9 in Anchorage, Alaska, 1 of 6 children.


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