Mini Bio (1)
Conner Marx graduated with a B.A. in Drama from Vassar College in New York where he also performed as a fire juggler and acrobat in the Barefoot Monkeys Circus Troupe. Outside the States, Conner apprenticed in classical drama, dance, and puppetry at the Darpana Academy of Performing Arts in Ahmedabad, India, and later worked to develop and perform an original adaptation of Malaysian folktales in Kuala Lumpur. Since returning to the US, he co-founded New Noise Performance, a physical theatre company based in New Orleans (where he also learned to make a mean jambalaya as the sous-chef of a Creole deli) before focusing on work as a film and television actor. Conner's latest film, Lucky Them with Toni Collette and Thomas Hayden Church recently opened in theaters and he can also be seen in the feature, A Bit of Bad Luck, opposite Cary Elwes. Favorite credits include a recurring role on the Daytime Emmy Award-Winning Biz Kid$, TNT's Leverage, and character modeling for 2013's Game of the Year, BioShock: Infinite. Conner's films have premiered at TIFF, Tribeca, SIFF, Comic-Con, and dozens of other festivals worldwide. Most recently, he wrapped production for the feature film, If There's a Hell Below, his first as a producer.
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