Actress Sarah Jane Morris debuted with a small role in the 2000 film Coyote Ugly. She next landed guest appearances in such TV shows as Undressed and Dark Angel, among others. Ultimately, she got her first notable role on the small screen — playing Zoe Webb in the television series Felicity from 2001 to 2002. After some more one-episode roles on TV, she appeared in the 2005 movie Underclassman.
Following this, she played recurring character Zoe Reida in the NBC series Windfall. Morris gained prominence after landing the starring role of Julia Walker in the ABC drama series Brothers & Sisters. She starred on the show from 2006 to 2009. Simultaneously, she had performances in the movies Look and Seven Pounds.
In the 2010s, she became further known for her role as Erica Jane “EJ” Barrett in NCIS. Later, she had one-time appearances in Castle, Body of Proof, Criminal Minds, Mad Men, and Murder in the First. During this period, she appeared as Annie, a recurring character in the NBC series The Night Shift. Back in the movies, her latest role was in 2018’s Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer.
The actress is mindful when it comes to her food choices. In addition to her healthy diet, she also maintains a slender figure by sticking to an active lifestyle. “I’m sort of genetically predisposed to a fit figure, but I’m also a very active person, especially since I have a 2 1/2-year-old son who keeps me busy,” said Morris.
“I do love Pilates, though, and occasionally I need some Kundalini yoga in my life, but generally I just take walks with the family, ride my bike with my son, and eat just about everything in moderation.” While she doesn’t do any intense workouts, the Brothers & Sisters star keeps herself on top shape by being on the go, always.