A country soul meets the urban hubs of entertainment
A home grown performer: Connor Muhl grew up in Hood River, near Portland Oregon. He began acting professionally at age 7 in local theatre productions, and relocated to Los Angeles for acting training at age 9. He was admitted into master classes for children and adults with premier acting coaches based on his natural abilities and work-ethic. Connor planned to attend the LACHSA performing arts high school in Los Angeles, auditioned and was accepted into the theater program, but deferred his admission for professional reasons.
During 2018, Connor appeared in a recurring role as Scott Pocket on the Netflix series, Everything Sucks! He also received his first nomination and first win at the prestigious 2018 Young Artist Awards for Best Performance in a Digital TV Series or Film.
For 2019, Connor will be producing and starring in a 2019 short film, GGGGO.
Big on music, Connor scored two short films and co-wrote and performed a featured song for his second film at age 14. Both films, and the song, have won awards on the festival market.
At home, when he is not acting, he is usually found either composing a song, jamming on his electric guitar, playing the piano, or watching quality films, absorbing action, drama and comedy.