Bob Morley is an Australian actor who currently stars as Bellamy Blake on The 100.
Bob began his career by acting in various university theatre productions, short films and plays. He has appeared in several Australian television series’, including soaps Neighbours and Home and Away, for which he received a nomination for the Most Popular New Male Talent Logie Award.
Morley appeared on It Takes Two in 2007 and following his departure from Home and Away, he joined the cast of The Strip.
In 2009, he starred as Lorca in the play Palindrome for a Dead Poet. The following year, Morley featured in season 4 of Sea Patrol. In 2011, he starred in the Australian thriller Road Train, directed by Dean Francis.
In June 2011, it was announced that Morley had joined the cast of Neighbours as Aidan Foster, a love interest for Chris Pappas. Characters Aidan and Chis formed the show’s first gay couple. Morley took a ten-week break from the soap to appear in Blinder, a feature film aboutAustralian rules football. He returned to the set ofNeighbours in early June 2012.
Bob currently stars as Bellamy in The 100, one of the leaders of 100 teens sent down from an orbiting space station called The Ark to explore conditions on a post-apocalyptic Earth.