Alex Morris appeared on the Colony stage in Toys in the Attic.
No stranger to the theatre, Alex has played Doub in August Wilson's Jitney at the Alley Theatre in Houston and was seen as Avery, the God-fearing Baptist minister in The Piano Lesson at Baltimore's Center Stage. Alex was lauded for his performance as Godfrey Crump in the Dallas Theatre Centre production of Crumbs From the Table of Joy and he appeared at DTC in Spunk, directed by Reggie Montgomery. Other credits as a company member at The Alley Theatre include A View From the Bridge, Julius Caesar, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, and Joe Turner's Come and Gone. Other theatre credits include Tony Kushner's Hydriotaphia (Berkeley Rep), Anthony and Cleopatra (Public Theatre), Seven Guitars (Seattle Rep), Miss Evers' Boys (Dallas Theatre), Fences (English Theater), and The Piano Lesson (Syracuse Stage).
Television audiences will recognize Alex from his work as the Poker Buddy on the acclaimed FOX series Malcolm in the Middle. His many other television appearances include various episodes of Alias and guest starring roles on The Practice, The District, Kingpin, Frasier, Baby Bob, Strong Medicine, Once & Again, Family Law, and Walker, Texas Ranger. Alex is also known for his work as the lovable basketball coach on the NBC series City Guys.
Film credits include the
independent film Our Journey, and playing the sensitive small town
doctor in Powder. Other film credits include Blank Check, River
Bend, Natural Selection, Evening Star, and I Come in Peace.