Lily Morris (September 30, 1882–October 3, 1952), born Lilles Mary Crosby, was an English music hall performer, who specialized in comedic singing. Morris was born in the Holborn area, London, and began performing professionally at the age of ten. She built a formidable career, including several successful international tours. She had a particularly successful run at the Palace Theater in New York in 1928. She also appeared in the musical revue film Elstree Calling (1930), co-directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and a later appearance in the film Radio Parade of 1935.