Iona Morris
American actor
Iona Morris
Iona Marie Morris is daughter to actor Greg Morris and older sister to actor Phil Morris. She is primarily an American voice actress but has also performed numerous times on television in speaking roles. She was the original voice of Storm in the X-Men and Spider-Man animated series. Her voice work also includes: Medusa in The Fantastic Four series, Claudia Grant in Robotech and Nia/Betty in the short lived Phantom 2040.
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Veteran US Actor Gives Back to the Community
Voice of America - almost 5 years
James Reynolds is familiar to many daytime television viewers in the United States.  For more than 30 years, he has played on the popular daytime drama "Days of Our Lives" in the longest-running role for an African American actor on U.S. television. Reynolds believes in giving back to his California community. On Tuesday nights, Reynolds coaches a women's basketball team. He says it is only one of the ways he stays active and involved in his community. Five days a week, Reynolds plays TV character Abe Carver, mayor of a fictional American town called Salem. With its iconic introduction featuring an hour glass, Reynolds says the show has built a fan base in the United States and several other countries, including South Africa and France. “Our show is now 46 years old.  And so over the years, most of the people alive in this country at some point or another have seen "Days of Our Lives" and the hourglass and heard Macdonald Carey's voice intone the opening of that show,” Reynolds sai ...
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Veteran US Actor Gives Back to the Community
Voice of America - almost 5 years
James Reynolds is familiar to many daytime television viewers in the United States.  For more than 30 years, he has played on the popular daytime drama "Days of Our Lives" in the longest-running role for an African American actor on U.S. television. Reynolds believes in giving back to his California community. On Tuesday nights, Reynolds coaches a women's basketball team. He says it is only one of the ways he stays active and involved in his community. Five days a week, Reynolds plays TV character Abe Carver, mayor of a fictional American town called Salem. With its iconic introduction featuring an hour glass, Reynolds says the show has built a fan base in the United States and several other countries, including South Africa and France. “Our show is now 46 years old.  And so over the years, most of the people alive in this country at some point or another have seen "Days of Our Lives" and the hourglass and heard Macdonald Carey's voice intone the opening of that show,” Reynolds sai ...
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Google News - almost 6 years
Hrajú: Duane Martin, Vivica A. Fox, Meagan Good, Michael Taliferro, Jadakiss, Geoffrey Blake, Daniel Dae Kim, Brooklyn McLinn, Sticky Fingaz, Iona Morris, Miranda Kwok, Stacey Dash, Gabrielle Union, Faizon Love, Zachary Williams Súkromný detektív
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A Six-Day Bash Celebrates Black Theater
NYTimes - over 11 years
An estimated 60,000 people, nearly all of them black, descended on Winston-Salem this week for the six-day National Black Theater Festival. The event, held every two years here since 1989, is a showcase for black theaters, a networking opportunity for black performers and playwrights and an extended-family reunion of sorts for the fans and
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FILM REVIEW;Fond Memories of Mississippi in the 50's
NYTimes - about 21 years
When Clifton Taulbert was a little boy growing up in Mississippi during the last years of enforced segregation, his stern great-grandfather took him aside, scribbled two letters on a piece of cardboard and instructed him to memorize them. W means white, the grandfather, who was known as Poppa (Al Freeman Jr.), explained firmly, and C colored. If
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Review/Film; In a Futuristic Tale of 2042, Abortion Is Outlawed
NYTimes - about 24 years
"Rain Without Thunder," a dreary, nondramatic tract envisioning an America in which abortion is outlawed, deserves special notice for its unfortunate timing. Two weeks into the Clinton Administration, here is a film set in a 2042 where pictures of young Dan Quayle still adorn the walls of government offices. And women who have had abortions are
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Review/Theater; Yuppie Love And Liaisons In Manhattan
NYTimes - about 26 years
Joe Barnes's "Telltale Hearts" is one of the more ambitious plays in recent years to explore the mating rituals of young, single urban professionals in New York City. The two-and-a-half-hour comedy, which ends its run today at the Frederick Douglass Arts Center, follows six months in the emotional lives of four men and four women, all of them black
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Review/Theater; Love and Baseball All Mixed Together
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: The season is not going well for the Nationals, the home team in ''A Perfect Diamond,'' Don Rifkin's mild baseball comedy at the Apple Corps Theater. They've just dropped a 13-3 squeaker to the Cubs in which the Nats pitching staff gave up 15 hits and the defense committed 7 errors. But if the team's manager, Legs The season is not going well
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Reviews/Theater; Deaths in One Family, An Analysis of Rage
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: ''Walkers,'' an enraged but exasperatingly sketchy new drama by Marion Isaac McClinton, a Minnesota-based playwright, tackles so many serious themes that only a four-hour epic tragedy could begin to develop them into a cohesive dramatic tapestry. Racism, black self-hatred and inherited patterns of family violence are only the three most
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