Seamus Morrison

Seamus Morrison

CFC Actors Conservatory

Seamus Morrison began his television career at the age of 12 when he was cast in the CBC television series Pit Pony.

As a teenager he became part of a three-year summer film workshop run by Halifax-based writer/director Ann Verrall. The workshop ended with the creation of The Wait, which was accepted into the Toronto International Film Festival’s short program.

In 2005, Seamus moved to Toronto to study theatre at York University.

His credits include the lead role in the feature film Nonsense Revolution.