Connor Briggs
Actor, Singer
Non Union
“It’s not difficult to be ridiculous. You look at people, and normally after five seconds they are ridiculous”
– Philippe Gaulier

Connor’s first ball-change was not in a pair of tap shoes, but a pair of soccer cleats. After playing nearly every sport available, he realized that his true calling was in the theatre. To this day Connor appreciates the similarities that theatre and sport share in their communication of community and their aptitude for escapism. He continues to bring teamwork, athleticism and discipline to his work in theatre.

Born in Ottawa, Ontario and raised in Coquitlam, BC, Connor has come back east to make a splash in the Toronto entertainment industry. After performing in a few community and high-school productions Connor knew that he wanted to move away from home and further his training at Sheridan College.

As he finishes up his Bachelor degree in music theatre, Connor will have performed as Guido Contini in Nine, Guilhaume in The House of Martin Guerre, Max in Cabaret, and Lt. Brannigan in Guys And Dolls. Connor has been fortunate enough to work with some of the best educators and performers in the industry and is now ready to make his own mark.