Wesley Morris

Wesley Morris is a critic at large for The New York Times.

Previous to The New York Times, Morris worked at Grantland as a staff writer and the Sportstorialist columnist and cohost of “Do You Like Prince Movies?” He was a film critic at The Boston Globe from 2002 to 2013, and before that at the San Francisco Chronicle and the San Francisco Examiner.

Morris was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his criticism at The Boston Globe in 2012, and while at Grantland, was a National Magazine Award finalist for Columns and Commentary in 2015. He won a second Pulitzer Prize for his criticism at The New York Times in 2021.

He was born in Philadelphia and received a bachelor’s degree from Yale University for film studies.

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