At just 19 years old, Connor Stanhope is a seasoned professional with multiple film and television roles under his belt. He has received multiple award nominations as a young actor. In 2014, his recurring performance in “When Calls the Heart” won him individual recognition for Young Actor Age 12-15 in a TV Series Drama at Vancouver’s JOEY Awards; he also shared the Joey Award for Best Young Ensemble Cast in a Dramatic Series.
Stanhope got his first break at eight years old when he was hired to play Young Arthur in the miniseries “Merlin’s Apprentice.” This was quickly followed by a recurring role as the Young Lex Luthor on hit series “Smallville,” which won him a loyal fan following. Stanhope has since had guest roles in projects such as “Fringe,” “R.L Stine’s The Haunting Hour” and “The Shrine.” He co-starred as Logan Shannon in seven previous “Garage Sale Mystery” titles: “Guilty Until Proven Innocent,” “The Novel Murders,” “The Art of Murder,” “The Beach Murder,” “Murder by Text,” “Murder Most Medieval” and “A Case of Murder.”