Briana Morris is an actress and content creator hailing from the Windy City of Chicago. At heart, she is the actor’s-writer-producer with a foundation in theatre that lives for the core of storytelling. She shares stories for a living to probe the discoveries of life. From acting and stepping, her love for the performing arts started at a young age, which led to one of her most memorable claims to the stage.
In 2009, she had an opportunity to perform at the legendary Regal Theatre in the play “Tell Hell I Ain’t Coming.” In 2010, she emerged on the scene as an arts manager in Washington DC at Cramton Auditorium, and was established as a film producer at the Cannes International Film Festival in 2012.
In 2015, B screened the first installment of her docu-series “Attention AmeriCa: We Beg Your Pardon” in Chicago and Charlotte. In 2016, B made her Chicago Broadway debut at the Chicago Theatre in Bronzeville, the Musical. She is an alumna of the Mecca, Howard University. Her creative curiosity has taken her to the South of France, Italy, Jamaica and several cities across the United States. She spends most of her days planning how to combine her love of adventure and creativity. The rest of the time she spends bursting out randomly in lines from movies. Throughout her career, B continues to find ways to inspire and uplift wherever life takes her.
She produced and starred in the B Mor Public Service Announcement Short Film Series, where prominent issues in the heath community were discussed. Over the Edge weighs in on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; TEMP reviews sexually transmitted diseases, specifically a hoax concocted infection called Blue Waffle; GENIUS discusses mental illnesses specifically multi-personality disorders. In 2018, she relocated to Los Angeles, California to elevate her dreams, seek more opportunities and continue building the B Mor Empire. B has worked with networks like ABC, BET and HBO as a production assistant. In, 2020 B premiered her own one-woman show, WHOA MAN, directed by Tiffany Yvonne Cox in Chicago.
She understands her purpose is to entertain, educate and give back to the next generation. “Earn your sleep” is her motto and this is what drives her everyday.