James Morrison began his acting career as a
clown and wire-walker for the Carson and
Barnes Wild Animal Circus. Since then,
Morrison has worked on solid ground in
television, film and theater.
His television credits include guest-starring
roles on the series "Frasier" as Lilith's new
husband, "L.A. Law" and "Quantum Leap"
and in the movies WHITE DWARF,
"Without Warning," "Where Are My
Children" and "Good Cops, Bad Cops." He
also appeared in the mini-series "North and
South, Book One." For feature film, he's
appeared in "Falling Down," "Desert Cross"
and "Voices From Sandover."
On stage, Morrison performed in "El
Salvador," for which he won Drama- Logue
and L.A. Drama Critics Awards, "Twelfth
Night," "Cloud 9," "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof"
and "Down the Road," winning
Drama-Logue Awards for both.
Also a writer, his plays have received
readings, workshops and productions at The
Sundance Institute, The Playwrights' Center,
L.A. Theatre Works and The MET Theatre.
He recently wrote and directed his first film,
"Parking," produced by his
companion/business partner actress Riad
Galayini, which will soon be appearing at
Morrison was born April 21 in Bountiful, Utah.
On SPACE: ABOVE AND BEYOND,
Morrison portrays Tyrus Cassius (TC)