Rolland "Rusty" Morris


American actor Rolland Morris worked for radio, stage, and television, and appeared in a few feature films during the early '50s. A native of Colorado, Morris started out in San Francisco theater and from there entered radio. Following service in the Navy during WWII, he returned to radio to appear in numerous nationally aired programs. In film, he usually played minor roles. On television, he made guest appearances in such series as Death Valley Days, The Ann Sothern Show, and Omnibus. He also had a continuing role on the NBC daily serial From These Roots. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Rusty worked with actors such as Ronald Reagan, Doris Day, Leo G. Carroll, Gordon MacRae, Carol Channing, Robert Cummings, and Eve Arden.  Among the movies he appeared in was the 1951 Alfred Hitchcock classic, Strangers on a Train.

To access Rusty's autobiography, Actor Almost, click here.  The file is rather large, so it may take a minute or so for it to load up on your screen.

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