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Parker Croft is the American actor who portrays Felix on ABC's Once Upon a Time.


Parker Hendrick Croft III, professionally known as Parker Croft, was born on January 13[1] in Burlington, Vermont[2] and raised in Shelburne.[3] His mother, Juliet McVicker, is a jazz singer and his father, Parker Hendrick Croft, Jr., is an architect as well as a painter. He has one sister who is a musician.[4] Parker's first introduction to acting was in 1994 at age seven[4] when his mother enrolled him into the Burlington-based Very Merry Theatre's summer camp.[3] He spent two summers with the company, and his first play was William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream portraying the role of Oberon.[3] Soon after, he began working with the Vermont Stage Company[5] and performed in plays like Twelfth Night and Waiting For Godot.[6]

Prior to his graduation from the White Mountain School,[7] Parker received a scholarship to Colorado's Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, a summer school for aspiring teen actors,[8] and participated as cast member of the production of Mad Forest.[9] This led him to New York City, where he completed an eight week program study at the New York Film Academy as well as a semester at the Herbert Berghof Studio from 2005 to 2006. Delving deeper into acting, Parker progressed into two years of intensive training at William Esper Studio from 2005 to 2007 and within the same time frame, he was also studying acting techniques at the Stella Adler Conservatory.[6][8][10]

His first film debut was in the 2006 teen movie Hooking Up with Corey Feldman and Bronson Pinchot.[8] Other acting credits include the 2008 independent musical film Were The World Mine based on A Midsummer Night's Dream, in which he also sang a track for the movie Pyramus & Thisby, as well as garnered television roles on Nip/Tuck, Nuclear Family and American Horror Story Asylum. Parker also produced and co-wrote, with director Conrad Jackson and writer Aaron Golden, the movie script for Falling Overnight that he himself starred in as lead actor.[8]


Year Title Role Notes
2008 Were the World Mine Cooper Movie
2008 Sky People Estranged Son Short film
2009 Hooking Up John Johnson Movie
2011 Falling Overnight Elliot Carson Movie
2013 A Malibu Horror Story Roman Post-production
2013 Field of Lost Shoes Garland Jefferson Movie
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Nip/Tuck Jared "Enigma" McCloud 1 episode
2012 Nuclear Family The Son
2012 American Horror Story: Asylum Devon 1 episode
2012 1600 Penn Mike 1 episode
2013 Once Upon a Time Felix Guest starring


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