Bob Morley

Bob Morley

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Birthday: Dec 20, 1984

Birthplace: Kyneton, Victoria, Australia

Robert Alfred Morley was born on Dec. 20, 1984, in the farm town of Kyneton in Victoria, Australia to a white American father and a Filipina mother. Though no stranger to disciplinary intervention during his years at secondary school, Morley found a passion for the study of acting upon enrollment in La Trobe University. After getting his feet wet with small stage productions, Morley made his proper screen debut on the Australian soap opera "Home and Away" (Seven Network 1988-), appearing as the character Drew Curtis in a handful of episodes between 2006 and 2008. All the while, Morley appeared on the singing competition show "It Takes Two" (Seven Network 2006-08), and began landing additional acting gigs in the form of projects like the TV movie "Scorched" (Nine Network 2008) and the short-lived crime drama series "The Strip" (Nine Network 2008). Morley's next major venture was another soap opera, "Neighbours" (Seven Network 1985-), on which he played the role of Aiden Foster for a string of episodes between 2011 and 2013. This stint preceded parts in feature films like the football drama "Blinder" (2013) and the romantic drama "Lost in the White City" (2014) as well as on the American television series "The 100" (The CW 2014-). On the latter program, Morley played the contentious and militaristic Bellamy Blake.




No Score Yet No Score Yet The White City Avi (Character) - 2014
No Score Yet 12% Road Kill Craig (Character) - 2010


No Score Yet No Score Yet World's Funniest Animals Guest 2022
No Score Yet No Score Yet Love Me Peter (Character) 2021
93% 66% The 100 Bellamy (Character),