ARLENE MARTINE MORRIS
Arlene is an Irish actress from Co. Louth with a Dublin base. She is 5′ 6″ (167cms) tall.
In post-production is the short film “Berdyans’k” directed by Tom Hopkins in which Arlene plays the role of ‘Jill’.
Her screen credits include the lead roles of ‘Carina’ in the short film “Warmer in the Dark” directed by Mark Warren for Much Warmer Productions, ‘Cora’ in the short film “Coffee Cup” directed by Caoilte Cahill, and ‘Rosin’ in the short film “Moving On” directed by Brian Mc Guinness for Vamos Productions.
She played the role of the physiotherapist in BBC’s “Line of Duty” directed by John Strickland for World Productions, and the supporting role of ‘Niki’ in the feature film “The Delinquent Season” directed by Mark O Rowe for Parallel Films.
Short film credits also include ‘Miss Mc Deromot’ in the short film “Dead Dog” directed by Colm Sexton, ‘Claire’ in the short film “Numbrane” directed by Chris Rahill, ‘Sarah Owens’ in the short film “My Son and I” directed by Kevin J McCorry, ‘Paula’ in the short film “Wreckless People” directed by Graeme O Connor, ‘Brid’ in the short film “For Pepper” directed by Rebecca Singleton, and ‘Sandy’ in the short film “Drained” directed by Courtney Mc Donald.
Stage credits include the roles of ‘Lady Capulet, The Apothecary and Gang Members’ in Quintessence Theatre Production of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet’’ directed by Anna Simpson and the role of ‘Jane Bennet” in Dundalk Theatre Production of “Pride and Prejudice” directed by Trevor Lee.
Arlene has also credits for Voice Over work for the short film “When Possible take a U turn” directed by Patricia Kelly for MnaMna films, and for the Web series “Your New Name is” directed by Mark Warren.
Arlene is a graduate in part-time programs for both screen and stage with The Gaiety School of Acting.
CV available on request.