BREAKING NEWS!  Aaron will play shipyard welder Arthur Millburn in the upcoming Broadway production of The Last Ship created by the legendary Sting and writers John Logan and Brian Yorkey and directed by Joe Mantello.  Click Here for details!

Other recent news:  Aaron will be seen in upcoming episodes of TV’s The Following, The Good Wife, and Blue Bloods in March and April.  Stay tuned!  Also: Screen test for ABC’s Black Box, Studio Test for Paramount, Barry in Warner Brothers/dir. Shawn Levy’s This Is Where I Leave You, Blair Hollingsworth in Martin Scorcese’s Wolf of Wall Street.


With his recent casting in The Last Ship Aaron adds a whopping 9th Broadway show to his resume.  He has appeared on the Great White Way in the world premiere of Impressionism opposite Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen, as Carl-Magnus in the first ever Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones, Angela Lansbury, Bernadette Peters, and Elaine Stritch, the first Broadway revival of Les Miserables as the revolutionary Enjolras (for which he received a Drama Desk Award nomination), and the global phenomenon Mamma Mia! as Sam Carmichael.  Aaron is also well known for playing the role of Fabrizio in the Tony Award winning production of The Light in the Piazza at Lincoln Center and broadcast ‘Live From Lincoln Center’ on PBS.

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BREAKING NEWS!  Aaron will perform at Town Hall on Feb 24 in Broadway By The Year!  And his critically acclaimed solo show from The Kennedy Center “Look for Me in the Songs” will play at NYC’s hottest cabaret club 54 Below on April 2nd and then again in Delray Beach FLA on April 7, 8.  Click here for tickets!

Recent symphonic credits:  “Luck Be a Lady” with Megan Hilty, maestro Steven Reineke, and the Houston Symphony Orchestra.  Other credits include: the New York Philharmonic under Paul Gemignani, the New York Pops under Steven Reineke celebrating the 80th Birthday of Stephen Sondheim at Carnegie Hall, the National Symphony Orchestra under Marvin Hamlisch, the role of Billy Bigelow in Carousel with the Boston Pops under Keith Lockhart, and the role of Lt. Cable in South Pacific at The Hollywood Bowl starring Reba McEntire and Brian Stokes Mitchell. Internationally Aaron has appeared with with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra at Masada, Israel and with the English National Opera at The Coliseum in London’s West End.


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Recent films: Martin Scorcese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie.  Shawn Levy’s This is Where I Leave You playing Tina Fey’s workaholic husband Barry.  Also the DVD of Sondheim’s Company (dir. Lonny Price) with Neil Patrick Harris, Christina Hendricks, and more was released in national and international markets. Others: Clint Eastwood’s J.Edgar (Prosecutor Wilentz), O’Brady Shaw in Season 2 of The Onion News Network on IFC, Mary Harron’s The Notorious Bettie Page, Person of Interest, A Gifted Man, Ugly Betty, White Collar, New Amsterdam, All My Children, and apearances on The Today Show and The View.

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