Woke -- "Blue Lies Matter” - Episode 108 -- Months later, Keef thinks he’s finally arrived in a better place until he’s confronted with an unexpected face from the past. Keef (Lamorne Morris), shown. (Photo by: Liane Hentscher/Hulu)

Lamorne Morris was tapped as the lead of the hybrid live-action/animated Hulu series Woke, inspired by the life and art of cartoonist Keith Knight. Morris most recently appeared in the Netflix comedy film DESPERADOS alongside Anna Camp, Robbie Amell, Nasim Padrad and Heather Graham which debuted July 2020. He was last seen on the big screen in Sony’s BLOODSHOT, opposite Vin Diesel in February 2020. Additionally, Morris was seen in National Geographic’s limited series Valley of Boom, opposite Bradley Whitford & Steve Zahn.

He is best known for playing fan-favorite ‘Winston’ on Fox’s popular comedy New Girl for seven seasons where he stars opposite Zoey Deschanel, Max Greenfield and Jake Johnson. His additional past projects include Warner Bros. film GAME NIGHT with Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams, Netflix film SANDY WEXLER where he starred opposite Adam Sandler, and the hilarious BARBERSHOP 3: THE NEXT CUT starring opposite Ice Cube.

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Woke -- "Oaktown Get-Down” - Episode 105 -- Keef and his friends head to an Oakland artists’ salon where he hopes to get in the good graces of the East Bay's artistic elite. Gunther (Blake Anderson), Clovis (T. Murph) and Keef (Lamorne Morris), shown. (Photo by: Liane Hentscher/Hulu)
Woke -- "What Prequels?” - Episode 102 -- Keef grapples with the fallout from the previous day’s events while trying to put his life back in order. Keef (Lamorne Morris), shown. (Photo by: Michael Courtney/Hulu)
Woke -- "Oaktown Get-Down” - Episode 105 -- Keef and his friends head to an Oakland artists’ salon where he hopes to get in the good graces of the East Bay's artistic elite. Keef (Lamorne Morris), shown. (Photo by: Liane Hentscher/Hulu)
Woke -- "What Prequels?” - Episode 102 -- Keef grapples with the fallout from the previous day’s events while trying to put his life back in order. Gunther (Blake Anderson) and Clovis (T. Murph), shown. (Photo by: Michael Courtney/Hulu)