Nigel L. Morris nominated as Best Supporting Actor in a feature film

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Recently nominated as Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film by the Detroit Filmmakers Awards 2019,  Nigel L. Morris’ direction in life has  been cemented for certain although he first auditioned for a role as a child.

Born July 21st 1985 in Detroit, Michigan,  Nigel was a child when he sampled his first taste of  acting.   Just an audition,   it would be years later– 2015 to be precise–before he first appeared on a set as an extra on the set of Comedy Central’s “Detroiters.”   Loving every minute of this experience,  and having seen himself on TV,  acting has become his life.

Since then he has appeared in numerous productions as an actor.  The roles in which he appeared include that of Marcel Jennings in the Jessica Porter directed “Iridium”, as Detective Chichoke in Tony Tales’ “Papers XIII: Blood Currency (2019)”, as Phillip in Brandon Cornett’s “Deceitful Passions,” as Hunter in the Jacklyn Price written,  Brandon Cornett directed “Child Support,” and in the award nominated role of Nathaniel Fleming in Kevin Flynn’s “Thru the Course of  a Day (2018)”.

He will appear in several films yet in production.  These include: “The Circle Series”  directed by CJ Thompson,  “McGraw Ave.” a MulaFilms production,   “Code of Thieves” directed by Brandon Cornett, “Vs Electronic Dance” directed by Gabrielle Jones and in the TV mini-series “The Adventures of Pammy Van Patton (presently filming).

As an actor the directors he has worked with include Kevin Flynn,  Beasy Jones,  C.J. Thompson,  MulaFilms, and Darius McKinney

He worked along side director Kevin Flynn In “Thru the Course of a Day”  as co-director and producer.  (“Thru the Course of a Day” is now on indie Stream. )

Nigel L. Morris is non sag and is signed to Igroup

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