About Me


Karen is...


an award winning actress who has starred on Broadway in such productions as A JOYFUL NOISE, I'M SOLOMON; MUSIC, MUSIC, THE SELLING OF THE PRESIDENT, THE GRASS HARP and the Tony Award winning MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD. Her Off-Broadway credits include her starring roles in SING MUSE, and THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE. A favorite actress of New York theater audiences, Miss Morrow appeared for five seasons with the New York City Center during it's golden years of musical revivals, and most recently she stared in the National Tour of Jerome Kern's SHOWBOAT.

Television audiences remember her from her starring role on THE JIM NABORS HOUR and her starring roles in may television shows including FRIENDS, TABITHA, GOODNIGHT BEANTOWN, SABRINA, THE TONIGHT SHOW, THE TODAY SHOW, TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT, ALICE, LOVEBOAT, MURDER SHE WROTE, TRAPPER JOHN M.D. and countless others that are too numerous to mention. Of course her musical performing skills are continually called upon by television producers as she has apperared in SONG BY SONG, GREAT PERFORMANCES FOR PBS and SINGIN'. And of course she as appeared and performed on the THE TONY AWARDS.

Karen Morrow has sung (and still does) with the Los Angeles Philharmonic as well as The Honolulu, Pacific, Minnesota, Milwaukee and Metropolitan Symphony Orchestras and can be heard on numerous albums, including the latest cast recording of WHITE CHRISTMAS, the stage musical.

She has received an Emmy, Los Angeles Drama Critic's Award, the coveted Theater World Award, an Ovation nomination and five Dramalouge Awards. Along with her theater, television, commercial, concert and cabaret appearances, Karen conducts a bi-monthly Master Class in performance and audition skills. She currently is on the faculty at AMDA-LA. Karen Morrow is a well sought after teacher/performer who travels the U.S. conducting Master Classes for other Universities and Arts Conferences.