TAMARA JACKSON MORRIS
Tamara Jackson-Morris is a NYC actress. After receiving her MFA in Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art & Design, she founded her own performance arts company called Abyss. She successfully choreographed, directed and produced her first dance show. She then moved to NYC to pursue her dream as an actress. She went on to play Joy in "World Famous" written by Todd Murray. She also performed in TAPNYC’s Off Broadway Monologue Challenge and Industry Showcase "For the Love of It." She also toured with Bright Star Touring Theatre. Some of her other roles include Lutiebelle in "Purlie Victorious," Reba in "Before It Hits Home" and Scrooge in A "Christmas Carol." Being an artist is her greatest passion and purpose.