Johanna Morrison began her career as an actress and vocal coach in England. She holds a B.Ed degree with distinction from the Victoria University of Manchester and is an associate of the Drama Board of Great Britain and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. After appearing on television and in many regional theatres in England, she moved to the United States, where she has appeared in theatres including the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, Virginia Museum Theatre, Theatre by the Sea, Portsmouth New Hampshire, Hartford Stage Company, Indiana Repertory Company, Denver Centre Theatre Company, Milwaukee Repertory Company, and Milwaukee Chamber Theatre. She has acted in Credeaux Canvas under the direction of Hartt faculty member Rob Ruggiero at TheaterWorks in Hartford. In addition, Ms. Morrison has been seen on many episodes of Perry Mason, Murder She Wrote and other long running television series. Her work in film has included Critical Condition, Double Exposure, and The Queen's Horse.
Ms. Morrison was the vocal coach for Universal Pictures in England and she has taught at the North Carolina School of the Arts, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as other important coaching assignments.