Trained under a scholarship at 16th Street Acting Studio and then Howard Fine’s Acting Studio, twenty-year-old Connor has had an array of acting experience through his diverse body of work, consisting of theatre, shorts and full-length features.
Energetic and ambitious, Connor has embraced a wide range of roles such as The Man in the Chair/Narrator from the Broadway classic ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ and a young-Russian boy, Viktor Golovkin, in the upcoming indie feature ‘The Lucifer Killings.’
Charismatic, lively, adventurous, and a little eccentric, Connor is a versatile actor adept in both comedy and drama. He is particularly suited for character parts and quirky types, including the funny best friend, bully, student, preppy kid, computer gee, young soldier and junior office worker.
Connor’s skills include singing and several sports, particularly Australian Rules Football, which he has played since the age of 8.