Davey Morrison grew up in Provo, Utah, and is a graduate of the Brigham Young University film program. Davey was a 2013 semifinalist for the Academy Nicholl Fellowship for his first feature-length screenplay, the horror-comedy "Ben and the Art of Regret," a 2018 finalist in the Austin Film Festival screenwriting competition, a 2015 recipient of The Center for Puppetry Art's Xperimental Puppetry Theater grant with his short film, "The Nose," and a 2016 recipient of The David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists grant with his TV pilot, "A Pug & Wolf Christmas." Other credits include "Eugenie," a half-hour comedy produced for BYUtv (writer-actor), the short film "Finding God" (writer-director), the "Adam & Eve" web series (writer-director-actor), and the feature-length comedy, "WWJD" (producer-director). As an actor (and occasional accordionist), Davey has been seen on TV, on film, in commercials, on the radio, and onstage; in 2009, he helped co-found The Grassroots Shakespeare Company, a nationally recognized original practice theatre troupe. Some of Davey's heroes include Charlie Chaplin, Fred Astaire, Van Morrison, Ingmar Bergman, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Special Agent Dale Cooper.