Conor O'Farrell stars in "Game of Silence" on NBC as Warden Ray Carroll.

Conor O'Farrell was born in Los Angeles and raised in West Covina, California. He began acting in his early twenties and worked exclusively on stage in New York and Denver into his early thirties, taking every opportunity to hone his skills. He returned to Los Angeles in the 1980s and began working in film and television.

O'Farrellco-starred in two Emmy Award-winning miniseries for HBO, "From the Earth to the Moon" and "The Pacific," both produced by Tom Hanks. O'Farrell played Undersheriff Jeffery McKeen for three years on the popular CBS series "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation."  

Additional credits include recurring and guest-starring roles in numerous television series over the past 25 years, including "Medium," "NYPD Blue," "True Blood," "Law & Order: Los Angeles," "Return to the Streets of San Francisco," "ER," "Chicago Hope," "Ally MacBeal," "Lie to Me," "24" and "Desperate Housewives," among others. 

O'Farrell's film roles include "Stir of Echoes," "Flash of Genius," "The Lincoln Lawyer," "Trigger Effect," "Mordicai" and "Death Dreams."

O'Farrell continues to work onstage throughout the Southland. He recently won a California Newspaper Publisher's Award and a National Newspaper Publisher's Award for a monthly column he writes for his small-town newspaper. He is an avid kayaker and skier.




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Age: 61 years old
Birthday: January 13, 1956
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Hometown: West Covina, CA





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