September 14, 1959 |
New Jersey, U.S.
|Occupation||Actress; real estate agent|
Early life and education
Morris was born in New Jersey and spent much of her childhood in Hong Kong. Her father worked in the electronics industry. Morris graduated from Purchase College, where she was a classmate of Stanley Tucci.
Haviland Morris is most famous for her role as Caroline Mulford in Sixteen Candles. Because she's a redhead, Morris wore a blonde wig in the film. Morris would later appear in such feature films as Madonna's Who's That Girl (1987) and Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990).
Morris went on a hiatus in 1991 and did not appear on any movies or TV shows until the fall of 1994. She played Karen Pruitt in Home Alone 3 in 1997 and Dr. Claire Baxter on One Life to Live from 2001–2003. She provided the voice for Michelle Payne in the popular video game Max Payne. She has appeared in three Law & Order series (Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent), as well as Sex and the City and other shows. Her most recent movie role was in the film Rick, which starred Bill Pullman. In 2007, she appeared in independent film Cherry Crush. In 2008, she made several appearances on One Tree Hill as a counselor.
She won the "Rookie of the Year" for her outstanding customer service with the Halstead Real Estate.
|1984||Reckless||Mary Pat Sykes||debut|
|1984||Sixteen Candles||Caroline Mulford|
|1987||Who's That Girl||Wendy Worthington|
|1990||Love or Money||Jennifer Reed|
|1990||A Shock to the System||Tara Liston|
|1990||Gremlins 2: The New Batch||Marla Bloodstone|
|1997||Home Alone 3||Karen Pruitt|
|2005||The Baxter||Kate Lewis|
|2007||Cherry Crush||Julia Wells|
|2011||Burning Blue||Grace Lynch|
|2012||Jack & Diane||Jack's Mom|
|2012||Nous York||Mrs. Johns|
|1985||Royal Match||Susan||Television film|
|1986||George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation||Henrietta Liston||Television film|
|1986||Family Ties||Sharon McElroy||Episode — "Starting Over"|
|1988||Tales from the Darkside||Sarah McBride||Episode — "The Apprentice"|
|1989||Men||Patti||Episode — "The Trouble with Harvey"|
|1989–1990||American Playhouse||Dodie Griffin
|Episode — "Love and Other Sorrows"
Episode — "Life Under Water"
Episode — "Andre's Mother"
|1990||Law & Order||Polly Norris||Episode — "Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die"|
|1994||Diagnosis: Murder||Shanda||Episode — "Shanda's Song"|
|1995||New York News||Mae Martin||Episode — "You Thought the Pope Was Something"|
|1996||Dead Man's Walk||Lady Lucinda Carey||Television miniseries
Episode — episode 3
|1996||Aliens in the Family||Holly Turner Wattman||Episode — "Dissected and Neglected"|
|1998||Cosby||Jeannie||Episode — "Brazil"|
|1998||Law & Order||Molly Kilpatrick||Episode — "Divorce"|
|1998||Sex and the City||Brooke||Episode — "The Turtle and the Hare"|
|1999||Homicide: Life on the Street||Elanor Burke||Episode — "Self Defense"|
|2000||Madigan Men||Mary McManus||Episode — "Like Father, Like Son"|
|2001||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Karen Cove||Episode — "The Extra Man"|
|2001–2003||One Life to Live||Claire Baxter||75 episodes|
|2002–2003||Third Watch||Barbara Kenney
|Episode — "The Greater Good"
Episode — "Fury"
|2003||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Dawn Trent||Episode — "Desperate"|
|2008||Canterbury's Law||Anne Matthews||Episode — "Sweet Sixteen"|
|2008||One Tree Hill||Olivia||Episode — "Echoes, Silence, Patience, and Grace"
Episode — "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
Episode — "You've Dug Your Own Grave, Now Lie in It"
|2009||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Mrs. Wellsley||Episode — "Salome in Manhattan"|
|2009||Army Wives||Dr. Melinda Jernigan||Episode — "First Response"|
|2010||As the World Turns||Bridget Lawson||3 episodes|
|2012||The Good Wife||Jody Vaughn||Episode — "Here Comes the Judge"|
|1993||The Last Supper"||Shell||Short film|
|1996||Dear Diary||Christie||Short film|
|2001||Max Payne||Michelle Payne||Voice
- Halstead Property agent listing
- Harris, Elizabeth A. (9 April 2012). "Once a Rapper, a Ballerina or a Model, Now in Real Estate Sales". New York Times. Retrieved 10 April 2012.