Stacey Morris

Stacey Morris (also known as Stacey Kutz) is a barber/hairstylist with more than 30 years of experience.

A native of New York City, Stacey lived an eventful and colorful childhood.

Her mother Gina Harris was a model and fashion designer, her father Kenneth Morris was a music producer-songwriter, and her stepfather Ray Harris was a record company executive at RCA, Solar, and Warner Brothers.

Her grandfather was a barber for more than 67 years: at age 17, he opened the first African-American-owned barbershop in Gordon Heights, Long Island.

All of these factors introduced Stacey to the world of A-list celebrities and instilled in her a natural eye for style, laying the path to her present career.

Stacey’s process of discovery involved happy accidents and experimentation while cutting her brothers’ hair.

Her talent blossomed as requests poured in from the celebrities who frequented her household; she quickly became the personal barber for Kid ‘n Play, Teddy Riley and Guy, New Edition, Doug E. Fresh, Kwamé, Martin Lawrence, Heavy D, Sean Combs, Shawn and Marlon Wayans, Jamie Foxx, Riddick Bowe, The R.O.C., Kobe Bryant, and Dwyane Wade.

Catering to a high-profile clientele spanning the music, sports, TV, and film industries worldwide, Stacey currently serves as personal barber/hairstylist to Eddie Murphy, Will Smith, Anthony Anderson, Brian White, Columbus Short, Brandon T. Jackson, Alfonso Ribeiro, Derek Luke, Anthony Mackie, and many more.

She is also the barber/hairstylist for America’s Funniest Home Videos, Black-ish, and The Voice.

She is a female succeeding in a field traditionally and generally dominated by men. Staying true to the quality of her artistry and asking only to be judged by it, she is acknowledged as a leader in the field.

She is represented by Criterion Group and you can find her portfolio HERE

If you want to know more about her very long and successful career, make sure to check her IMDb page.