|Born||in Glasgow, Scotland, UK|
|Height||5' 8½" (1.74 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Jamie A. Morton was born on January 1st 1980 in Glasgow. His father is actor Alexander Morton (Monarch of the Glen, The Croupier, London to Brighton).
At the age of seven Jamie appeared as himself in an episode of Glen Michael's Cavalcade, a Scottish children's television show.
His big break came at the age of ten when he played Don Winters in David Hayman's Silent Scream starring Iain Glen as Larry Winters, a prisoner of the Barlinnie Special Unit in Scotland. Robert Carlyle, Billy Riddoch, Alexander Morton and John Murtagh also starred.
His last television appearance was in 1994 when he played Neil McVicar in The Yugoslav Hitman, a docudrama feature film detailing events in Fife in 1988 when a Yugoslavian Assassin was sent to murder Nikola Stedul an outspoken freedom fighter in exile in Scotland. He played alongside Alexander Morton who played his on-screen father. The production starred Derek Lord as Stedul.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jennifer Morton
|Stefanie Harnoth||(26 January 2004 - present) ( 1 child)|