With a voice described as "warm" by the Reading Chronicle (England), Milo Morris is a solid and versatile performer.  At home in the basso buffo repertoire as well as demanding, dramatic bel canto and verismo roles, Milo brings a wide variety of performance experience to the stage including numerous opera, operetta, musical theatre, dance, and television credits.  Milo’s roles have included Porgy in Porgy & Bess in Living Arts’ touring production in the UK, Il Re in Aïda with New Rochelle Opera, and the Sergeant of Police in Pirates of Penzance at the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Buxton, England which earned Milo a nomination for Best Character Actor.

Originally from Boston, Milo has been a crowd-pleaser for audiences throughout the US and UK bringing roles to life for companies such as OperaDelaware, New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, and Opera Memphis. Milo’s portrayal of Dr. Dulcamara for Delaware Valley Opera Co. was praised by the Chestnut Hill Local saying that, “he sang with the kind of visceral immediacy that makes opera so special when it works.” BBC Radio also praised Milo’s interpretation of Porgy, describing his performance as “convincingly strong and forceful” Among his favorite operatic roles are Dr. Bartolo in Le nozze di Figaro, Banquo in Macbeth, and Sarastro in Die Zauberflöte. Milo has also appeared as a guest artist in operas and recitals at the University of Maine at Farmington, Philadelphia Biblical University, and Rowan University.

Milo was educated at the Boston Conservatory, University of the Arts, and Temple
University.