Blaine Morris made a powerful entrance on the scene with a recurring role on MTV’s show SKINS. Morris played lesbian ‘Betty Nardone,’ the love interest of ‘Tea’ (Sofia Black D’Elia) in the remake of the original UK version of the same title. A New Jersey native, Morris has been a musical theatre performer her whole life and has appeared in several TV commercials for Verizon Fios, Subway, Chipotle and more.
After high school, Morris attended Elon University as one of only 7 girls in their BFA musical theatre program. While in school she signed on to be part of the SKINS writing advisory team where she caught the eye of creator and head writer Byan Elsley who asked her to audition for the show in the role that she was ultimately cast.
Since Skins, Blaine studied with renowned acting coaches Sheila Gray and Anthony Abeson, booking roles on Master of None, The Following, The Colbert Report, and more. When she wasn’t acting, Blaine backpacked around Central America and Europe working at orphanages and horse ranches, and seeing the sites in 14 countries. She also finished her Associates in Arts: Theater and currently attends Columbia University as a film major. Morris currently resides in New York City.