Date of Birth
1 December 1987, Thousand Oaks, California, USA
Heather Elizabeth Morris
5' 8" (1.73 m)
Heather was a back-up dancer for BeyoncÃ© for a year-and-a-half, between 2007-2008, then came back to perform live with her for "Single Ladies".
In December 2010, Morris was named the Celebrity Style Ambassador for FLIRT! Cosmetics, an EstÃ©e Lauder cosmetics line.
Morris' first significant appearance was in 2006 on So You Think You Can Dance (2005), Season 2, where she made the "green mile" but failed to make the final 20 by a vote of 3-2.
Landed the role of "Brittany S. Pierce" on Glee (2009) after being called in to teach the cast the "Single Ladies" dance routine. At the time, they were looking for a third "Cheerio" and they loved her.
It's a small Arizona world: Growing up, Heather lived next door to Brian Friedman and she danced with Lauren Gottlieb in high school. Plus, Brooke Lipton, the assistant choreographer on Glee (2009), went to Heather's dance studio!.
Born in Thousand Oaks, California but raised in Scottsdale, Arizona, she was introduced to dancing when she was one year old.
Her real-life best friend is Glee (2009) co-star, Naya Rivera, who happens to play her best friend in the show, as well.
Has two angel tattoos; one on her lower back and the other on the inside of her left hip.
Morris' father passed away from cancer when she was 14 years old.
Is of Scottish heritage on her father's side.
Attended Arizona State University for two semesters (2005 to 2006). She wanted to major in journalism, but decided not to continue with college and moved out to LA to pursue a career in dancing/acting.
Favorite dance class: "Jazz Funk" and "Hip Hop" with teachers like Tovaris Wilson or Lee Daniel. "There's no pressure to be good. It's all about how it makes you feel".
Dream dance job: Being a lead in a film like Dirty Dancing (1987), Moulin Rouge! (2001) or Nine (2009).
Her dream job was touring with Justin Timberlake.
In 2011, Heather jumped up 83 spots from her previous ranking in "The 2011 AfterEllen's Hot 100 List", coming in at #2.
She was crowned Homecoming queen.
She does boxing, hot yoga and dancing.
She was on Star Circle when she was 13.
She can beat-box.
Started dancing at the age of 1 and attended dance classes with her two much older sisters, April and Crystal.
Was roommates with, best friend, Ash Lendzion.
In 2012, Heather Morris lost her previous #2 rank in "The 2012 AfterEllen's Hot 100 List" to her Glee (2009) co-star, Dianna Agron, coming in at #3.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 26, a son named Elijah Hubbell on September 28, 2013. Child's father is her boyfriend (now husband), Taylor Hubbell.
(May 16, 2015) Married her boyfriend of 6 years and father of her 19-month-old son Elijah, Taylor Hubbell, in an outdoor ceremony in California following a 9-month-long engagement.
Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 29, a son named Owen Bartlett Hubbell on February 11, 2016. Child's father is her husband, Taylor Hubbell.
In June of 2017, Heather, Naya and director Kousakis were seen protesting in NYC on behalf of communist groups in a counter protest to Jewish and Latino activists who were protesting anti-Israel activist Linda Sarsour.
Piercing blue catlike eyes
Dancing was my sport when I was younger. So I chose that over everything. And then, I just had to keep going because it became a competitive thing. But I'm not trying to impress anyone anymore. Dancing is more like my art, now.
Beyonce was just always full-out. She's like a beast. So you learn that no matter how you feel, just do it. Just like Nike: 'Just Do It.'
The simplest way to do something cool is the cross-turn. Like in the '80s - Michael Jackson did it. You jump and cross your legs together at the same time, and then spin out of it. That's it.
I've wanted to perform my entire life. I found a paper I wrote in kindergarten class about what I wanted to be when I grew up - and I wrote 'a famous singer!'
There were ten dancers - four guys and six girls - including me, on the Beyonce tour. Sometimes we would go out with her, to events. She was really normal - just like everybody else!
My dad passed away before my freshman year, and it altered how I thought. I was depressed - I didn't hang out with my friends. I worked through it by dancing.
You don't want to be too cool. But you don't want to be too dorky. Still, I find it so much better to see a guy at a club being a dork, and having fun, than trying to be sexy.
Me and my roommate wrote and directed a little short comedy called 'The Elevator.'
I want to make everybody laugh.
I'm pretty gutsy. Dancers don't think about things; they just do them.
I guess because I'm so young, I m not sure of what lies ahead for me. I'm more into going the route of producing and directing. I just made a little short film. I'm more excited about going the route of doing a Drew Barrymore or... what's the one from 'Star Wars?'
I try to eat how your mother wanted you to eat when you were young.