"Under Siege II: Dark Territory" (1995), "Half Past Dead" (2002) were two movies in which Morris starred alongside Steven Seagal.
Morris' first dream was to play professional football but he gave up and become an actor instead.
Morris hosted the syndicated "Miss Collegiate African American Pageant" in 1993.
"The Brothers" (2000), "Two Can Play That Game" (2001) and "Breakin' All the Rules" (2004) were three movies in which Morris starred alongside Gabrielle Union.
Morris graduated in Finance at California State University.
Morris is married to Pam Byse since 1995 and they have two children.
Morris is an excellent Texas Hold 'Em poker player. In 2005, he held his own against 6 established poker professionals in a made for TV tournament.
Morris had a cameo appearance, but was uncredited in the movie Higher Learning as one of the track runners on the team.
Morris purchased a $1.5 million estate in suburban Los Angeles.
Morris won the 1998 Madden Bowl, beating other celebrity talent as well as NFL stars in a tournament of John Madden Football.
Morris is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated.
Morris is 6' 0" tall.
Morris: I'm getting to the point where they see me as a good actor, rather than just a good guy who can act.
Morris: Some people make a career out of doing one thing, but I wanted to diversify my body of work.
Morris: I think that Mos Def is the best actor, but when you talk about rappers in films, I don't really think the quality of the acting is most important because most rappers are put in movies because of the personality and people want to see that.
Morris: The thing about independent films, and you have to be very careful, because there are a gazillion independent films done every year, but then you don't want to be a part of that one that goes straight to video because it hurts your marketability.
Morris: You start making movies and people start seeing when you go to places, and all of a sudden you are getting clothes for free and all of a sudden you are getting food for free.