MIKE CONNOR (b. July 3, 1981) grew up in the tiny town of Penndel, Pennsylvania where he began performing stand-up comedy in the 3rd grade at elementary school talent shows. In 1999 he moved to Ohio to attend Oberlin College where he helped found that school's only sketch comedy troupe, Piscapo's Arm.
After his graduation in 2003, Connor moved back to the Philadelphia area and began performing regularly at open mics across the city. Two years later, he became one of the founding members of the N Crowd and also helped start a longform troupe that performs the standard Harold Format called Industrial Improv.
Recently, Connor helped write, direct, and star in the musical "The Hoppers Hit the Road," a hit at the 2008 Philly Fringe Festival, in which he played one half of the musical comedy act the Hopper Brothers.
Connor doesn't consider himself an actor, improviser, or comedian, but rather a humorist and a badass.
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