Morrison’s film credits include “Star Trek,” “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” “Surviving Christmas” and the independent film “Flourish,” which she starred in and produced. This fall, she will be seen in the Lionsgate feature “Warrior.”
Morrison hails from Chicago, where she studied with the celebrated Steppenwolf Theatre Company and earned a degree in theater from Loyola University. She currently resides in Los Angeles.
Directed by Demi Moore and written by Stephen Godchaux, “Five’s” opening film, "Charlotte," takes place the night man first walks on the moon in July 1969, when a young Pearl (Ava Acres) is more concerned about why her family is not letting her see her mother, Charlotte (Ginnifer Goodwin), who lies in her bedroom dying from breast cancer. When she sneaks in to see and ultimately say goodbye to her mother, Pearl develops a lifelong passion to help others afflicted with the disease, and eventually opens an oncology clinic where she will treat the women we meet throughout “Five.” "Charlotte" also stars Jeanne Tripplehorn, Josh Holloway, Annie Potts, Jennifer Morrison and Bob Newhart.