Connor Price

Born in Toronto, Connor Price's career began at the young age of six years old. Price accumulated an impressive number of credits during his youth, known to audiences worldwide for his portrayal of "Jay Braddock," the eldest son of Russell Crowe and Renee Zellweger in the Ron Howard Academy Award Nominated feature Cinderella Man. Most recently, he portrayed the lead role of "Harry James" in two seasons of CBC's World War II spy Drama X Company. He also appeared as "Kenny," the leader of the Boston vampire clan for two seasons of SyFy's Being Human. Recurring and guest star roles include Supernatural, Alphas starring David Strathairn, Saving Hope, Flashpoint, The Haunting Hour, and Haven to name a few.

Stephen King's fans will recognize Price for his role of "J.J. Bannerman" in the last season of Dead Zone for the USA Network opposite Anthony Michael Hall in which Price won a Young Artists Award for Best Recurring Young Actor. Other credits include the feature films Carrie starring Chloë Moretz and Julianne Moore, Good Luck Chuck as a young Dane Cook, David Cronenberg's A History of Violence starring Viggo Mortensen, and the screen adaptation of The Stone Angel starring Ellen Burnstyn and Ellen Page.

Price has also lent his voice to numerous characters in a variety of animated series over the years.

A native of Toronto, ON, Price now resides in Los Angeles.

Connor Price is a dual citizen of Canada & USA.

Known For


Cast Credits

Carter (2018)
Guest starring as Brett Johnson
Good Witch (2015)
Guest starring as Jim
X Company (2015)
Starring as Harry James (22 episodes)
Saving Hope (2012)
Guest starring as Jay
Alphas (2011)
Guest starring as Jason Miller (2 episodes)
Being Human (2011)
Guest starring as Kenny (9 episodes)
Haven (2010)
Guest starring as Henry
Flashpoint (2008)
Guest starring as Noah Berkley
The Middleman (2008)
Guest starring as Duncan
Murdoch Mysteries (2008)
Guest starring as Ezra Fielding
Supernatural (2005)
Guest starring as Cyrus Styne
The Dead Zone (2002)
Starring as J.J. Bannerman