Cecilia Morrow
Actor / Creative / Writing


Cecilia is a graduate of Actors Centre Australia.  She has developed and written a black comedy series and pilot called ‘Finding Happy’ which follows the character of Eve on a journey through her mental health and pursuit of happiness. She recently collaborated with Director Stef Smith and Photoplay Films who included her writing, and character of Eve, in the short form series –  ‘It’s Fine, I’m Fine’ which has been chosen as an Official Selection for the Short Form Competition at CanneSeries 2022.  She is currently writing another comedy series, screen play and short form piece.

Since graduating she has been actively involved in the independent theatre scene in Sydney as an actor.  Theatre credits include Dunyasha, The Cherry Orchard (Clemence Williams, New Theatre), Deborah, Crazy Brave (Cross Pollinate Productions), Chantelle/ Ashley, The Local (Insomniact Productions), Amala, Safekeeping (Adam Cook, New Plot), Lilian O’Brien, The Last Tiger (Adam Cook, New Plot), Mary Chipper, Headcase (Troy Harrison, New Plot), Prophet, Amongst Ruins: Snake Eggs Hatch (Jessica Arthur, New Fitz), Duchess, Mercury Fur (Jessica Arthur, KXT Teethcutting), Lenny, The Telescope (Carissa Licciardello, New Fitz), Alice, Home Invasion (Alexander Berlage, An Assorted Few), Jude, Pramkicker (Vox Theatre) and Heather/Sasha, Normal (The Old 505)

Her screen credits include Nancy Wake, Sheilas (Hannah and Eliza Reilly/Giant Dwarf & Screen Australia), Dot, Thallium Enthusiasts (AFTRS), Winter (Channel 7) Top of the Lake China Girl (BBC and Sundance TV).


    "...Cecilia Morrow is powerful as Jude, with an excellent sense of conviction that befits the role’s very appealing dauntlessness..."
    - Suzy Go See

    "Cecilia Morrow ... are effective in the show, both infectious with their zeal and conviction."
    - Suzy Go See

    "... very well complimented by the very funny turn by Cecilia Morrow."
    - Weekend Notes

    "Morrow presents the maid with a vibrancy and playfulness as she aspires to be something more, craving attention as she goes unnoticed and unappreciated by the family. "
    - Broadway World