Joshua Morrow joined THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS in 1994 in the role of Nicholas Newman, son of Victor and Nikki Newman (Eric Braeden and Melody Thomas Scott) and heir to the Newman fortune.
In 1996, Morrow won a Soap Opera Digest Award as "Outstanding Younger Lead Actor." He was nominated for five consecutive Daytime Emmy Awards (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000) in the category of "Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series."
Born in Juneau, Alaska, where his father, Kem, was stationed in the Coast Guard, Morrow moved to Oklahoma with his father and sister, Jamie, after his parents' divorce in 1977. They later relocated to Alamogordo, N.M. when Morrow was in junior high. Morrow moved to Southern California in his senior year to live with his mom and their family. An all-around athlete, Morrow played on his junior and senior high school football, basketball, baseball, soccer, track and tennis teams.
A few months after moving to California, Morrow auditioned for a local theater company, The Young Artists Ensemble in Thousand Oaks, and was cast in a lead role in "Ordinary People," followed by the company's production of "Picnic." While attending Moorpark College, Morrow played the lead in "The Rainmaker," "Road to Ruin" and "Staring into the Abyss." In April, 1994, Morrow auditioned for THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL and was later cast on THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS.
Morrow also starred in the telefilm "My Stepson, My Lover" opposite Rachel Ward. He is routinely named the favorite male star in daytime by the top two soap opera magazines.
Morrow lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Tobe, and their sons, Cooper, Crew and Cash. He enjoys snowboarding, playing sports and collecting sports memorabilia. Morrow is a star player on several celebrity basketball and softball teams that raise money for charity, but his favorite charity event would be the three times he competed in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Pro/Celeb Race.