Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley met before they starred alongside each other as Clarke Griffin and Bellamy Blake in the famed post-apocalyptic drama The 100 on The CW. Following the series ending in 2020, which had an eerie pandemic feel, Morley signed on as Peter in the Australian drama Love Me and as Nate in another Australian show, In Limbo, which highlighted trauma and mental health.
Taylor, for her part, starred in and produced the comedy It Only Takes a Night and starred alongside Morley in the Indie thriller I’ll Be Watching. In the film, Eliza plays the wife of a tech genius (Morley) who installed a state-of-the-art security system. As Eliza battles the security’s demons, she discovers something sinister about her husband, which results in a dire conclusion.
The actress also went on to guest star in Seth MacFarlane’s intergalactic comedy, The Orville: New Horizons, during its third season on Hulu. In her role, she played Dr. Villka, who discovered a “startling breakthrough” regarding the robotic Kaylons expressing their emotional abilities.
After many years as best friends, the Australian couple married in 2019 in Hawaii and welcomed a son two years later. Fans were shocked that Eliza and Bob secretly wed when the former made her official Twitter announcement about their marriage at the time.
As Taylor has taken on the role of Hannah Carson, and has become a main cast member in NBC’s Quantum Leap‘s second season, casual fans of the actress are wondering if she and Bob Morley are still married. Here’s what we know.
Quantum Leap’s Eliza Taylor is still married to Bob Morley
Yes, the two are still very much married, and while they do separate projects, the couple have one another’s support. Along with posts about her favorite looks, day-to-day experiences, and work, Taylor also post pictures of her family on Instagram. She shared a prom-style photo of her and Morley at Dragon Con this year.
The actress’ debut in Quantum Leap will be on Wednesday, October 18 in the episode “Closure Encounters.” According to the episode’s synopsis, Ben travels back to Roswell, New Mexico, where he meets Hannah for the first time. Read the full synopsis below:
"Now a government agent, Ben investigates unexplained extraterrestrial activity. After a mysterious incident in New Mexico, two young girls’ lives are on the line. Ben meets Hannah Carson (Eliza Taylor), who may be more than she appears."
We finally got a more detailed look at Eliza’s Hannah as a waitress in a 1940s-styled diner.
Will the presence of Hannah test Ben’s own romantic feelings and vice-versa? Or does she have an ulterior motive in mind? We’ll have to tune into Quantum Leap season 2 to find out!
Quantum Leap airs on Wednesdays on NBC at 8/7 CT.