Finneas O'Connell Biography
Birthday: July 30, 1997 (Leo)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Finneas O'Connell is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, and actor. He is best known for writing and producing Billie Eilish’s albums, such as ‘Don't Smile at Me’ and ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ He has also released many singles and has written lyrics for several other artists. O'Connell is part of a band called ‘The Slightlys’ for which he serves as the lead singer and songwriter. His band has won many competitions and awards in Los Angeles. He is also popular for playing Alistair in ‘Fox’ network’s television series ‘Glee’ and Ronnie Jr. in ‘ABC’ network’s ‘Modern Family.’ He made his film debut in 2011 when he played Spencer in Jake Kasdan-directed comedy film ‘Bad Teacher.’ With thousands of followers on Twitter and Instagram, Finneas O'Connell is also popular on social media. He also has a YouTube channel where he posts his music videos.