Connor was the son of a British naval officer. Earlier in his career he played - often together with his brother - in different Revue performances with. He opted for a professional training as an actor and attended several acting schools. After six years of military service, he played at various theaters and incidentally made a name for himself as a comedian in various radio plays.
This was Gerald Thomas, the director of the Carry-on ... film series attentive to him. Connor played in 17 films in the popular series with.
He died on November 28, 1993 to cancer.