CERRIS MORGAN-MOYER was conceived of in Rome and went on to be conceived and born in Cornwall, UK. Cerris grew up in a converted Chapel a few feet from the sea. Her playground was the beach, the cliffs and her imagination. Aged six, Cerris entertained an unknown guest with a lengthy and elaborate puppet show. The guest was Norman Stone, who directed Cerris in her first film, shot in Cornwall later that year: A Different Drummer, the BBC biopic of Cornish poet Jack Clemo. From that point forward, Cerris knew her life would involve much more of this magical work. She trained at Central School of Speech and Drama, received a BA from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and spent several years working on stage in NYC before moving to Los Angeles where she is currently based, working as both actress and producer.
It is Cerris’ passion to bring characters to life; it is her happy responsibility to enable quality material to emerge through all stages of development and production. To that end she is thrilled to have joined forces with longtime friend, colleague and inspiration Amyra Bunyard to form Lock & Loru Productions, Ltd.
In addition to enjoying a fulfilling life as actress, voice over artist, producer and host, Cerris is an avid novice gardener, book and language lover, vegan and curious human being.
Unique traits: dual citizen (UK/USA)