Libby Morris

Libby Morris (born 1930) is a Canadian comic actress. She appeared in several BBC radio shows of the 1950s and moved into TV and film from the 1960s onwards. She then moved on to London, England, where she starred in her own show doing impersonations.

Libby Morris
Born1930 (age 8889)


Morris and her husband Murray Cash raised their daughter, Marcia Cash, in Hampstead, London where they lived together for many years. They later returned to their native Canada where they remained until Cash died in March 2009.[1] In 1981 they appeared together on stage in Hampstead in Morris's play A Girl's Best Friend. They also often participated in fundraising shows for the Stars Foundation for Cerebral Palsy.[2]

Radio appearances

  • 1955 The Jack Jackson Show
  • 1956 Meet Libby Morris
  • 1956 Two's Company



Year Title Role Notes
1960Climb Up the WallHerself
1961Three on a SpreeTrixie
1962Tiara TahitiAdele Franklin
1964Promise Her AnythingClinic Mother
1967Two for the RoadAmerican LadyUncredited
1967The PlankTourist
1969The Adding MachineEthel
1969A Talent for LovingJacaranda
1985Not Quite ParadiseMrs. Schwartz
2006United 93Hilda Marcin(final film role)

TV appearances

Year Title Role Notes
1955The Jack Jackson Show
1961Bresslaw And Friends
1963-1968Space PatrolMarla / Gabbler / CassiopeiaVoice, 34 episodes
1971Alexander the GreatestFay Green6 episodes
1971David Nixons magic box
1989Mike & AngeloNancy Mancini10 episodes

Libby Morris - It's My Life (1967-London)


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