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 nine previous “Garage Sale Mysteries” titles: “Guilty Until Proven Innocent,” “The Novel Murders,” “The Art of Murder,” “The Beach Murder,” “Murder by Text,” “Murder Most Medieval,” “A Case of Murder,” “The Pandora’s Box Murders” and “The Mask Murder.”