Connor Kelly-Eiding was born and raised in Los Angeles and received a BFA in Acting from the University of Southern California. She was most recently seen in Four Clowns’ production of ‘Four Clowns Presents Hamlet,’ as well as playing Millie Owens in the Antaeus Company’s production of William Inge’s ‘Picnic.’ Before that she starred in the world premiere of ‘Nice Things’ at Rogue Machine Theatre, along with readings, productions, and workshops with several other theatres across LA, including The Road, Coeurage Theatre Company, The Pasadena Playhouse, Theatricum Botanicum, the Vagrancy, the Mechanicals, Brimmer Street Theatre, and Better Than Shakespeare. In addition to the Echo Theater Company, she belongs to the A2 ensemble at Antaeus, and Four Clowns. In the summer of 2013 she participated in the Perry-Mansfield New Works Festival in Steamboat Springs, CO, as an actor for South Coast Repertory, work-shopping a new play by Noah Haidle with the playwright himself and director Marc Masterson. She has also provided narration for a number of audiobooks, produced for Harper Audio, Penguin Audio, and Audible, Inc., along with the new video game ‘Iron 15.’ She appeared on season three of Showtime’s ‘House of Lies’ and can also be seen in the upcoming web series for the Syfy channel ‘Tesla and Twain’ as well as the web series ‘Sprawl’d Out,’ ‘Richual,’ and ‘Empty Space.’ She has studied clowning at The Clown School and with Philippe Gaulier, improv at UCB, and continues to study acting with Cameron Watson.