Kenneth Connor Biography
Birthday: June 6, 1918 (Gemini)
Born In: Islington, London, England
Kenneth Connor was an English stage, screen, and radio actor. He is best remembered for comedic performances in the ‘Carry On’ film series. Connor made his first stage appearance at the age of two in a show of his father, who organised several concert parties. By the age of 11, Connor had begun performing in various revue shows with his brother. He was a gold medallist at the ‘Central School of Speech and Drama.’ He made his professional acting debut with stage, where he found success with plays such as ‘Saint Joan’ and ‘The Government Inspector,’ and revues like ‘One Over The Eight’ and ‘Carry On London.’ He made his mark on radio with shows like ‘Ray's a Laugh’ and ‘Parsley Sidings. On television, he got recognition with series like 'Allo 'Allo! and Hi-de-Hi!. He made his film debut with ‘Poison Pen’ and gained widespread recognition essaying various roles in seventeen of the original thirty ‘Carry On’ films and many of the related TV programs.