George Morris is a voice over artist. He is usually chosen for the voice of training videos and presentations. He helps to sell corporate jets and rail divisions of Bombardier. George painted the impact of St. Lawrence Seaway Authority on North American economy through his vocals. He also appeared in a recent Bollywood film Baar Baar Dekho as Mr. Reynolds. The artist lives in Montreal, Canada.

He was the President of Great Northern Larynx Ltd. from 1969 to 2011. He is good at voice over, broadcast, advertising, video production, radio broadcasting, voice acting, entertainment, copywriting, radio advertising, film, new media, radio producing, video, sound, documentaries, digital media, creative writing, creative direction, broadcast journalism, and film production. George narrated the show Adrenaline Rush: The Science of Risk. It’s a short documentary film, which includes sky diving, parachuting, base jumping, and other activities done by two risk takers. Marc Fafard is the director of the movie.

In 2007, he worked in Citizen Lambert: Joan of Architecture as a narrator. George narrated the story of an architect Phyllis Bronfman Lambert, who is a Canadian woman. He starred as himself and also told the story in Jean-Claude Labrecque’s 2008 released documentary, Infiniment Quebec. He worked in a short animation film What do you do? What are you doing? by Robert Doucet, in 1976. He also gave his voice in 1982 released short animation film, A Room Full of Energy. Julian Harris and Paul Sabella were the directors of the movie. George was an additional voice for the flick Cat City.

This animation piece came in 1986. The story is about evil cats who try to destroy the mouse population. He was the voice of Tinman fora unknown number of episodes in the animated TV series The Wonderful Wizards of Oz. He also voiced the same character in the video of The Wonderful Wizards of Oz and The Marvelous Land of Oz. Morris lent his voice for an episode of the TV series The Legend of White Fang. In 1995, George was the announcer of the The Cartoon Cartoon Show. In 1997, he gave additional voices for 27 episodes of Animal Crackers.

The show was based on a wildlife area in Africa and about the characters were residing in that place. Some of the episodes for which he lent his voices are Eugenius / Citizen Eugene, Horrorscope / Pros and Cons, and Sleepover / Classified Casanova. He appeared as the voice of Morris Odell in the video game Splinter Cell.