Actor

A Christmas Carol Barn Theatre Cirencester, photography by Evoke PicturesIn February 2020, Connor filmed the featured role of 'Jeff' in surrealist, short film 'Greg Is Dead', directed by Vassil Kotzev. The film is currently in post-production, set for release in Autumn 2020.

During the Christmas season prior, Connor played the role of 'Bob Cratchit' in "A Christmas Carol" [left] at the Barn Theatre, Cirencester (The Stage National Fringe Theatre of the Year 2019). Featuring a reworked script by Alan Pollock and an original score by Finn Anderson, the production swiftly garnered critical acclaim to become the highest-grossing show in the Barn Theatre's history.

Earlier in 2019, Connor featured on a USA Tour as ‘Piano Man’ (a role he originated) in ‘The Choir of Man’ – a contemporary stage concert show. The production covered a total of 32 states over the course of its 6-month run. Highlights of which included a residency at Chicago’s Broadway Playhouse and a sold-out run at the world-renowned Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Connor features as both a vocalist and pianist on ‘The Choir of Man’ original cast album, available on Spotify & Apple Music.

A full list of Connor’s credits can be accessed from the Spotlight icon in the top right-hand corner of this page.

For booking enquiries regarding Theatre, TV & Film please contact Jess Reid at BBA Management: castings@bba.management

The Past Catches Up With You (Short Film)

Scene from 'The Past Catches Up With You' 
Brown Boy Productions, 2018
Directed by Leon Lopez

Chris's Confession (Monologue)

This intimate monologue comes from Gilt, a contemporary play by Stephen Green, Rona Munro and Isabel Wright. Chris has spent much of his life living on the streets, running ‘errands for the boys’ in order to survive. Having just returned from one such delivery, Chris experiences a disturbing revelation, and vows that this will be the last time.

The 12 Days of Christmas TV from TalkTalk (Commercial)

Commercial promoting the 12 Days of Christmas TV from Talk Talk.

Featuring Stacey Solomon & London Contemporary Voices.