Connor Gross is the owner of Atlas Storage, which buys and sells self-storage facilities. He’s also an entrepreneur who specializes in marketing and creating ready-to-race car artwork.
He has a proven track record of driving dealership profitability. He recently helped a domestic dealer in a medium market increase service department profit by 5x.
Early Life and Education
Conor Gross was born in Chicago, Illinois and grew up in a small town near the Wisconsin border. He was involved with a gang for a few years in high school, but decided to turn his life around and pursue his education. He graduated from Yale University with an M.F.A. in theater. He also worked as a teaching fellow with Urban Prep Academies and as a Corps member with City Year AmeriCorps.
In addition to his legal career, Gross is an accomplished distance runner. He is currently 14 seconds off of the school and state record set by Milo Greders. He believes that breaking this record will take time, push, and a lot of dedication. He is determined to achieve this goal and pave his name in the champions plaza.
He has made appearances on a number of television shows, including Diffrent Strokes, Six Feet Under, Law & Order, and Knight Rider. He also voiced the character Adam Green on ABC’s Ellen for its first three seasons, and he has narrated a number of audio books.
At Donnelly + Gross, Conor handles employment matters and defends the interests of businesses, professionals, executives, and pension funds. He has experience representing clients through all phases of litigation, from pre-suit investigations to the filing of motions and the taking and defending of depositions. He has been lead counsel in more than 30 jury trials.
He has also made guest appearances on a number of popular television shows, including The Big Bang Theory and The Middle. In addition to MMA, he has competed in the WWE and in boxing.
Achievement and Honors
Conor is a proven moderator and retail automotive expert with a consistent track record of driving bottom-line dealership profitability. He is known for his monthly composite and goal-review sessions with dealers to help them identify their biggest opportunities, develop a plan of action and coach them to success.
He most recently served as a senior associate athletic director for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. During this time, he oversaw business operations, human resources, capital projects and marketing strategies for the baseball, soccer, women’s volleyball, cross country, and track and field programs.
He has also appeared in a number of television shows including Diffrent Strokes, Knight Rider, Six Feet Under, Law & Order and Diagnosis: Murder. In addition to his acting career, Gross is a successful real estate investor. He has been a part of several multi-million dollar deals and is considered an industry expert in self-storage investment.
Connor Gross is an American actor and businessman. He has appeared on many television shows, including Diff’rent Strokes, Law & Order: SVU, Six Feet Under and Citizen Baines. He also starred in the ABC sitcom Ellen as Adam Green for three seasons.
He currently lives in Canton, Georgia and has been there for about 4 years now. He has been staying at 3093 Shiloh Pl, Canton GA 30115 for the past 4 years.
He is a dedicated distance runner and wants to break Milo Greders school mile record of a time of 4:09 which he is 14 seconds off from. He is a very driven individual and will not stop until he breaks that record. He wants to pave his legacy in the sport of running.
McGregor’s fighting career has earned him a lot of money. The Irishman has also made millions through sponsorship deals. These include his MMA apparel brand August McGregor and Beats by Dre headphones.
He founded Irish whiskey company Proper Twelve in 2018. The beverage is available across the United States and Ireland. He sold a majority stake in the brand to liquor firm Proximo Spirits in mid-2020 for an estimated $150 million.
On January 18, 2021, Conor returned to the UFC to face Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in his second fight back from a two-year hiatus. He was guaranteed $5 million for the match, a record for the organization. He has hinted that if PPV sales are strong, his earnings could reach $80 million. He has several other business ventures that have added to his net worth.