Classically trained, Connor has played roles from Shakespeare to Joe Chapelle, working in community theatre, as well as numerous roles in T.V. and short films. Having taken on the role of Tom Branson for the opening night of Downton Abbey with the InsideOutisde Theatre Company, which he helped Angela Witcher to organise. Having started his journey at school, his earlier roles comprise of plays and musicals, more often as a lead than not. He has been everyone from Ryan Evans in High School Musical in 2016, to Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest, the same year. More recently, he was cast as Tommy Doyle in Movie World’s Fright Night 2018. Since High School, Connor has done training with NIDA at a Young Actors Residency short course, under the tutelage of Cat Terracini and Chloe Boreham. Moving on with the Australian Actors’ Studio, he has done multiple workshops and short courses, learning from David Armstrong and Eleanora Ginardi. He has also taken private coaching from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company, and is now studying at the Australian Performing Arts Conservatory for a Bachelor of Stage and Screen. He was also involved in as an actor in that and 2019’s Fright Night commercials, and Movie World’s 2019 White Christmas commercial. Since then, Connor has been in a few film and television roles, most prominent among them being a Passerby in Harrow, as well as a Bar Patron in the award-winning short film Come Correct, directed by Alex Russell. In terms of Theatre, Connor has been involved in multiple student works, including Chairs and Get Even. However, he has also performed with Universal Studios, playing a butler for the Downton Abbey Advance screening. Connor is a creative at heart, also finding joy in creative writing, currently working on his own novel, and spending most of his spare time devouring as much film and television as he possibly can. He also has a passionate interest in most physical activities; specifically in sports, his favourites being almost any type of football. Though his particular delight lies in Rugby Union, and his devotion to Horseback riding. From this last comes his most unique skill, being a dab hand at whip cracking. Connor is looking forward to playing the greatest villain in film, and acting opposite or alongside Hugh Jackman, his personal idol. Although a close second is to star on Broadway, alongside the same star.