His first role in 1984 was Able Seaman Matthew Quintal in The Bounty alongside Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins and Laurence Olivier.
In 2002, Morrissey returned to TV screens in the drama series Paradise Heights which ran for two series.
He then had a starring role in the BBC sitcom Carrie and Barry from 2004 until 2005.
Many other details about the 90s relationship have also been modified for the US version and a photograph of Walters as a young boy is missing.
It is not specifically noted that Morrissey and Walters were lovers in either edition, but the singer makes it clear the pair were involved, each holding a great fondness for the other.
Morrissey recently condemned US president Barack Obama in a rant about the Thanksgiving turkey pardon tradition and attacked the "crassness and international duncery of the British so-called royal family" in another aggressive letter.
Neil Anthony Morrissey (born 4 July 1962) is an English actor, voice actor, singer, comedian, and businessman.After studying at Thistley Hough High School in Penkhull, he was fostered by the family of his friend, Mark Langston.This lasted for nearly two years after leaving the children's home at 17.Circa 1999, Morrisey starred in a comedy drama called Shakespeare's Birthday, in which he played a coach driver. Morrissey also starred in the John Godber film about rugby league called Up n Under and voiced several characters in the children's television series Bob the Builder, including the lead character, in which role he scored a Christmas 2000 UK number 1 single with "Can We Fix It? In 2015, he was fired from voicing the character and the role was given to Lee Ingleby.In addition, he provides the narration for Morph (in recent years) and Maisy.His ongoing romance storyline with co-star Leslie Ash led to the pair appearing in several advertisements for Homebase.