The 43-year-old star, who was recently crowned the winner of the first ever Australian Celebrity Apprentice, said that she has been taking acting lessons for two years and would love to give the career change a go.
Morris told The Daily Telegraph: "I'd love to do drama. I did some bits and pieces in the UK and in the last two years I've had a fantastic time at drama school, so who knows how I'll go? I could be horrendous."
The star reportedly impressed Nine Network bosses this week entertaining staff at the network's Christmas party in Melbourne with her stand-up comedy routine. She joked afterwards: "No-one is more shocked than me that I'm back in fashion."
When Morris was announced as the winner of Celebrity Apprentice, boss Mark Bouris commended her for her "integrity, passion, drive, focus" and fellow competitor Jason Coleman said that he was "so happy" for his teammate. Morris then revealed: "This has been the most extraordinary experience of my life. I'm so proud of everybody that I've worked with but I'm mostly proud of myself."
Morris's co-star Deni Hines recently revealed that Morris was her "favourite" in the contest and added that they have become "closer" friends since filming ended.
Hines was accused of bullying Polly Porter and also threatened Jesinta Campbell during her time on the show.