Rob Morrison

Actor, Musician, Composer

Rob is a New York City-based actor, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and composer.

Rob is the voice of Doodle the dog on Nick Jr's hit animated series Sunny Day. Additionally, his voice can be heard every day on your local PBS station on the Emmy-winning animated series Peg + Cat. He voices over 25 characters on the series, including Beethoven, the Pirates (and their Parrot), Big Mouth, Singing Goat, 99 chickens, and Zebra Guy. Additional voiceover credits include Pokémon (Disney XD) and Bug Diaries (Amazon).

Rob is currently in the cast of the Tony-winning musical Avenue Q at New World Stages.

On the off-Broadway stage, Rob has previously appeared as Nicky/Trekkie Monster in Avenue Q, as well as Edgar in Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe, and Peter in Pinkalicious. He originated the role of Paul Allen in the Broadway-bound musical NERDS at NC Theater and Philadelphia Theater Company, and the narrator/musician role of Mountaineer #2 in the Broadway-bound Moonshine: That Hee Haw Musical at Dallas Theater Center. Film and television credits include Freedom (with Cuba Gooding, Jr), Alpha House, and Unforgettable. He has appeared in numerous television and radio commercials.

Rob is a member of the acclaimed folk-rock band The Hollows, whose album Between the Water and the Wonder Wheel was produced by John Siket (Sonic Youth, Dave Matthews Band, Yo la Tengo). An accomplished musician on guitar, mandolin, slide guitar, and harmonica, Rob also plays with his acoustic folk-blues band, The Booklights.

Rob composed the original score for the new feature film Sun Belt Express, directed by Evan Buxbaum and starring Tate Donovan. Sun Belt Express received accolades at the Santa Fe Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, and Chelsea Film Festival, and was recently released on Hulu and iTunes. Four of Rob's original songs are featured in the Hulu series It Could Be Worse.

Rob hails from Hendersonville, NC. He received a BFA in Musical Theater from Emerson College.