That depends on what you mean by 'conflict' and how uncomfortable you would be with it.
You don't need to be an aggressive or argumentative person to be an actor - but you would have to be able to act as such a person.
In real life, many actors would not be happy with conflict, but when they're acting, their personal feelings are irrelevant.
When my daughter was at drama school they devoted a whole day to helping her learn to shout aggressively because she'd never shouted before in her life. We don't have rows at home or shout at each other, so this was completely alien to her.
But by the time she graduated she was perfectly comfortable with screaming abuse at another character, and with being shouted at.
It's just part of acting, and if you get really good training there would be no problem if you have real talent.