Kathryn Morris Biography
Kathryn Morris had her first TV movie role in Long Road Home in 1991. She starred in this movie about the life of early American share croppers with Mark Harmon. This sexy blond had her first brush with celebrity films in Cool as Ice in 1992. In 1994, Miss Morris appeared in NBC's miniseries called The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All together with Diane Lane, Anne Bancroft, and Donald Sutherland. In the same year, she also did A Friend To Die For with Tori Spelling.
Kathryn Morris appeared in Hollywod horror movies in 1995 including the Sleepstalker, Sandman's Last Rites, and in the FOX telepic W.E.I.R.D. World. In the same year, this promising Hollywood star also appeared in UPN's Family Values. In 1997, Miss Morris starred as a mentally challenge patient in As Good As It Gets together with Jack Nicholson. She also had a hand in the hot TV series Penasacola: Wings of Gold in 1997-1998 with James Brolin. Kathryn Morris was back to horror movies before the 1990's were over. In 1998, she did The Prophecy II and the trilogy The Inferno.
The sexy blond also did many TV movies like Murder She Wrote, Silk Stalkings, Ink, L.A. Firefighters, and Poltergeist. Kathryn Morris also appeared on Xena: Warrior Princess where she played the villain Najara. She played many TV series here and there before her first big break in the films comes in 2002.
Kathryn Morris played the wife of Tom Cruise in the hot movie Minority Report together with Colin Farell and Judi Dench in 2002. The following year, she starred in another successful movie with Ben Affleck and Uma Thurman in Paycheck. Another TV series under Miss Morris' belt is the critically acclaimed Cold Case in NBC where she played the sexy but cunning detective Lilly Rush. Quite contrasting to her skinny, blond look, Lilly Rush was feared in the world of detective homicide division of the Philadelphia Police Dpartment.