With her brunette locks and eye catching smile, Conor Leslie worked her way up the ladder of success as an actor. Born in Livingston, New Jersey, Leslie began showing her creative side early on, with a growing interest in acting. With the encouragement of her mother, writer and life-coach Rosanne Leslie, Leslie began modeling at the age of 15. It was around this same time that she began exploring an interest in photography-one that would develop into a keen skill and intense passion as she grew older, eventually turning away from digital photography and focusing on film with the use of her Pentax K1000. With hard work and dedication, Leslie graduated from high school a year early, making it much easier for her to pursue her first few roles on screen, including parts in the TV movie "M.O.N.Y." (NBC, 2007) and in the indie comedy "Beware the Gonzo" (2010). She would eventually book guest starring roles on shows like "No Ordinary Family" (ABC, 2010-11) and "Rizzoli & Isles" (TNT, 2010-16) before her stock went up considerably with a co-starring role in the Ridley Scott-produced mini-series "Klondike" (Discovery Channel, 2014). From there, Leslie would book still more visible roles on series like the acclaimed "The Man in the High Castle" (Amazon, 2016-) before eventually landing the co-starring role of Sarah Ellis on the series "Shots Fired" (Fox, 2017-).