Ben Morrison

Ben Morrison is a Los Angeles based actor, writer, comedian and filmmaker. Acting since he was 6 years old, Ben is a graduate of NYU’s TISCH School of the arts where he trained under William H. Macy and David Mamet, and added stand-up comedian to his resume shortly thereafter. It’s been full-steam ahead ever since.
A staple of LA area comedy clubs, Ben is a regular at the Improv and Laugh Factory, and most recently acted, wrote on and was the voice of The Telethon for America with Natalie Portman, Charlize Theron and a host of other A-list talent. Before that he served as one of the head writer/producers on 140 episodes of the syndicated comedy gameshow Funny You Should Ask, and he is currently the host and creator of Superfunny! a first-of-it’s-kind multimedia variety show blending visuals and live comedy at the Hollywood Improv.
On camera, Ben is best known for his recurring role as Young Eli David on NCIS, as the lead on a season of MTV’s Punk’d, starring in a season of Mr. Personalities for Marc Cuban’s HDNet, opposite Nic Cannon and Shaq on Cartoon Network, or guest-starring on Mr. Box Office with Jon Lovitz and Bill Bellamy. Additionally, Ben has been seen as a lead in feature films Ouija Exorcism, From the Dead, and FOX’s 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity.
As a comedian, Ben has appeared on Last Comic Standing, Comics Unleashed and AXSTv’s Gotham Comedy Live, hosted by SNL’s Michael Che, among others.
Ben is also known for his impassioned work bringing humor and awareness to Crohn's disease, which he was diagnosed with at 17, through his one-man-show "A Comedian's Guide to Crohn's". He has worked closely with countless charities, most frequently the Crohn's and Colitis Foundations of America, to bring his message of healing through laughter to all afflicted.

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