Conor Romero stars as Ian Henry in NBC's new comedy "The Michael J. Fox Show." Romero began attending acting classes at the age of 12 at Performers Unlimited in the Bronx. Romero honed his skills under the wings of Eric Michael Gillett and Alice Spivak. He started auditioning at the age of 16, landing small roles in movies, TV shows and commercials. Romero participated in the lauded Sundance Director's Lab, starring in their production of "Casa Grande." He also had roles in the independent film "Rivers Wash Over Me," Mary Stuart Masterson's acclaimed film "The Cake Eaters" with Kristen Stewart, and the Ridley Scott film "American Gangster." A son of a New York Times photographer and native New Yorker, Romero spends his free time writing and producing theater projects.