Bob Morley Biography
Bob Morley (Robert Alfred Morley) is an Australian actor born on 20th December 1984 in Kyneton, Victoria, Australia. He is popularly known for his role as Bellamy Blake on ‘The 100’. He won the Alpha Male Madness 2017 and 2018 on E! Online.
Bob Morley mother is Filipino and his father was Australian-Irish but died when he was young.He is the youngest of his three siblings two sisters and one brother.He grew up on a farm in Kyneton, a small country town in Victoria, and studied drama at school all the way through to Year 11, until he was asked not to continue. After he completed year 12, Morley moved to Melbourne and began an engineering degree. A year later, he decided to enroll in Creative Arts at the La Trobe University
Bob Morley Age
Bob Morley was born on 20th December 1984 in Kyneton, Victoria, Australia.
Bob Morley Girlfriend
In 2014 Bob Morley dated Jane Gosden however, the relationship ended shortly after a year, in 2015. He is in a relationship with Arryn Zech who is a voice actress. On 23rd January 2018, Arryn Zech shared a picture of them on Instagram with a caption “Love of my life.”
Bob Morley Career
Bob Morley began his career by acting in various university theatre productions, short films and plays including Falling to Perfect and Tale From Vienna Woods. In 2005 he appeared in the horror film ‘Dead Harvest’ and as an extra in the soap opera ‘Neighbours’. The same year he got a part in Angels with Dirty Faces and his performance brought him to the attention of the Home and Away casting directors.
In 2006 Bob Morley was cast as Drew Curtis in ‘Home and Away’ which earned him a nomination for the Most Popular New Male Talent Logie Award.In 2008, Morley departed Home and Away and he was cast as Tony Moretti in the Nine Network’s 2008 action drama series The Strip. The series was cancelled due to low ratings and did not return for a second series.
Bob Morley appeared in the second series of the Australian celebrity singing competition series ‘It Takes Two’ from May 2007.On 12 June 2007, he was voted off after six weeks on the show – even though he received his highest score that night.
In 2009, Bob Morley starred as Lorca in the play Palindrome for a Dead Poet. The following year, Morley featured in season four of Sea Patrol in the 5th episode titled “Paradise Lost”.In 2011, he starred in the Australian thriller ‘Road Train’.
In June 2011 Bob Morley joined the cast of ‘Neighbours’ as Aidan Foster. a love interest for Chris Pappas (James Mason). Morley and Mason’s characters formed the show’s first gay couple. Morley took a ten-week break from the soap to appear in Blinder, a feature film about Australian rules football. He returned to the set of Neighbours in early June 2012.
Bob Morley Movies and TV Shows
- 2008: Scorched as Brendan
- 2010: Road Train as Craig
- 2013: Blinder as Nick
- 2014: Lost in the White City as Avi
- 2006–2008: Home and Away as Drew Curtis
- 2008: The Strip as Tony Moretti
- 2010: Sea Patrol as Sean
- 2011–2013: Neighbours as Aidan Foster
- 2014–present: The 100 as Bellamy Blake
- 2016: Winners & Losers as Ethan Quinn
Bob Morley Home And Away
Home and Away (often abbreviated as H&A) is an Australian television soap opera. It was created by Alan Bateman and commenced broadcast on the Seven Network on 17 January 1988. Bateman came up with the concept of the show during a trip to Kangaroo Point, New South Wales, where he noticed locals were complaining about the construction of a foster home and against the idea of foster children from the city living in the area.
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The soap opera was initially going to be called Refuge, but the name was changed to the “friendlier” title of Home and Away once production began. The show premiered with a ninety-minute pilot episode (subsequently in re-runs known as Home and Away: The Movie). Since then, each subsequent episode has aired for a duration of twenty-two minutes and Home and Away has become the second longest-running drama series in Australian television. In Australia, it is currently broadcast from Mondays to Thursdays at 7:00 pm.
‘Home and Away’ follows the lives and loves of the residents in Summer Bay, a fictional seaside town of New South Wales. The series initially focused on the Fletcher family – Tom (Roger Oakley) and Pippa (Vanessa Downing), and their five foster children, Frank Morgan (Alex Papps), Carly Morris (Sharyn Hodgson), Lynn Davenport (Helena Bozich), Steven Matheson (Adam Willits) and Sally Fletcher (Kate Ritchie) – who moved from the city into the Summer Bay House, where they assumed the new job of running the caravan park, and eventually took in a sixth foster child, Bobby Simpson (Nicolle Dickson). Home and Away was not without controversy.
During the first season alone, it featured several adult-themed storylines such as teen pregnancy, rape, drug and alcohol addiction and drug overdose. The series has dealt with similar storylines over the years which have often exceeded its restricted time slot. Palm Beach in Sydney’s Northern Beaches district has been used as the location for Summer Bay since 1988. The exterior scenes are filmed mainly at Palm Beach, while the interior scenes are filmed at the Australian Technology Park in Redfern.
Home and Away has been sold to over eighty countries around the world, making it one of Australia’s successful media exports. It is popular in the United Kingdom, and is one of the highest-rating shows on RTÉ Television in Ireland and TV2 in New Zealand. In Australia, Home and Away is the most awarded program at the Logie Awards, with a total of forty-six wins, including Best Drama Program. Some cast members have won several other awards such as the Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on Australian Television, Silver Logie for Most Popular Actor, and Most Popular Actress. In 2015, Home and Away was inducted into the Logie Hall of Fame.
Bob Morley Lost In The White City
An emotionally charged love triangle between three young artists that develops against the hot political climate of modern Tel Aviv.
Initial release: 29 August 2014
Directors: Gil Kofman, Tanner King Barklow
Music composed by: Heather McIntosh
Screenplay: Tanner King Barklow
Producers: Gil Kofman, Moti Adiv
Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor
Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor are co stars in ‘The 100’ where Bob plays ‘Bellamy Blake’ and Eliza plays the role of ‘Clarke Griffin.’Though the couple is not an on-screen pair, many of their fans wished to see them together either on-screen or off-screen. However, their relationship never extended to romance as they seem to be good friends.
Bellamy and Clarke Griffin struggled with each other for leadership of the Delinquents. Bellamy was sick of always being controlled and following strict rules his whole life, so he took his newfound freedom as a chance to do whatever the hell he wanted with no rules and no consequences for anything, in which the majority of the other kids agreed with. Clarke on the other hand wanted at least some order and rules, and this is why the two didn’t much like each other.
Eventually Bellamy and Clarke settled as co-leaders after the murder of Wells Jaha and Charlotte’s suicide. This proved Clarke’s point of there needing to be some rules set down, and made Bellamy finally realize she was right.
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Bob Morley The 100
On 21st February 2013 Bob Morley joined the cast of The CW’s ‘The 100’ as Bellamy Blake. Bellamy was manipulated into attempting to assassinate Chancellor Jaha at the behest of his political enemies, an action he later showed remorse for. He only did this because in return for shooting Jaha, he was promised a position on the dropship that would be sent to Earth with his younger sister Octavia on it. By posing as a guard, Bellamy was able to sneak on the dropship unnoticed. Bellamy was not part of the 100, although he quickly established himself as their leader once the dropship landed on Earth. Soon he took over alongside John Murphy.
Bob Morley Interview
Interviewer: Congratulations again on winning Alpha Male Madness for the second year in a row like two months ago! How did that feel?
Bob Morley: It’s obviously more of a testament to the fans of The 100, really. I don’t really consider myself an alpha. But I mean, it’s great. It kind of indicates to me the strength of the show and that people appreciate what I do on the show, and hopefully what I do outside in terms of bringing awareness to mental health and all that jazz. But yeah, it’s good. It’s still very surreal, it’s weird to me.
Bob Morley: Yeah, you know, I still feel like I’m not even an adult yet. My age would indicate that I am, but I don’t feel like I am. Sometimes I wake up in the morning and I feel a bit old.
Interviewer: That kind of goes along with my first show-related question, because with the time jump, everyone has had to grow up this season, but I especially notice it with Bellamy. How did you go about playing an older version of him?
Bob Morley: I guess makeup just stopped putting makeup on me, so I look closer to my age. [Laughs} It took me a little bit to get used to Bellamy kind of approaching situations a bit more calculated and using his head and his heart. I think that maybe makes him a bit older. But I was talk to Sachin [Sahel] about it yesterday, like we were so fresh-faced in season one and now we all look a bit haggard. But I think the way he carries himself is a little bit different. Obviously over the first four seasons, the guilt has been building up on him, and I think the weight of the world is still on his shoulders, but it’s something that he can control a little more as he’s gotten older. It’s not as present, or it doesn’t affect him as hugely as it did for the first four seasons. But the six years off has given him time to think and breathe I guess, so he can really start to peak or rise again when he starts heading for the earth again—the apex of all his
troubles, but also the things that he holds dearly, especially his sister.
Interviewer: Speaking of Octavia, what are things going to be like when they’re finally reunited?
Bob Morley: For Bellamy, there’s the double whammy in episode three where he finds Madi and finds that Clarke’s alive, but he finds that they haven’t heard from the bunker in six years as well. So there’s that immediate reaction. In that scene where he does encounter Madi, there’s a lot going on there. There’s not only this young girl that saved his life, but there’s this young grounder girl that’s alive on the earth, and Clarke’s alive but also the bunker stuff’s happening. So nobody really knows what to expect now of the bunker. The audience was obviously privy to what’s going on down there but Bellamy has no idea, and neither does Clarke. So much like Bellamy and the Spacekru were up there detached from everyone else, the same thing’s been happening in the bunker, but there’s 20 times more people down there.
So I think he’s hoping that she’s become the leader he hoped she could be, and she’s taken on the advice of he gave her at the end of season four that she is a leader and she’s capable of taking care of these people. But it’s The 100, so… But I think Bellamy is an optimist, especially finding out that Clarke is still alive.
Interviewer: Clarke has spent the past six years sending Bellamy messages over the radio, and Bellamy thought she was dead all this time and even started dating Echo. What will the relationship be like between Bellamy and Clarke when we get to see them actually talk to each other?
Bob Morley: I don’t think it’s like a big plot point. Clarke is now in a way a surrogate mother and Bellamy has had to take on all this other responsibility keeping Spacekru alive with Raven. And I think six years, as you grow as a person, the understanding and the ability to kind of move beyond personal feelings…it’s a tricky little minefield here. I don’t necessarily think that’s the first thing that’s on either of their minds. I think Bellamy’s more concerned about seeing what’s happening with his sister, but yeah, it took three years for him to forgive Echo and now they’re together, and there’s definitely a new family unit and there’s Octavia, but I guess Clarke being alive is somewhat of a huge surprise to him and also, you know, he’s reunited with one of his other co-leaders that he found so much strength in so, he’s obviously overwhelmed and happy about that.
Interviewer: How will Octavia and Clarke handle seeing Echo again, since they haven’t had the chance to get to know her and forgive her yet?
Bob Morley: I know. I think as the rest of the season goes on you’ll find out how they interact with each other, but maybe some people’s ideas—like Clarke or Octavia’s ideas—of Echo is still at that stage of where she used to be, and they’ll just need time you know. I think Bellamy says in episode one, like, they’ll understand, Octavia will understand. Bellamy feels if he the ability to forgive in that sense or evolve in that sense, I think his sister will have that ability to forgive. I mean, she was able, in a sense, to forgive Bellamy for all his wrongdoings in the past. They had a moment of forgiveness at the end of season four, so I think he has feels that Octavia has the ability to forgive and empathize and understand moreso than he does. Or that’s how he used to feel.