"...his performance is largely likeable and captivating" - LoveFringe.com
Breaking into the industry at the age of nineteen as producer for the anti knife crime film ‘Cold Kiss’, Aaron was responsible for bringing Ray Winstone on board and financially handling the film and production. After a preview screening at BAFTA with Sir Ben Kingsley and various other members of the press and industry, he went on to write and edit various different projects for Queen’s Brian May, CMC music label and Dustlight Films. Since graduating from Thames Valley University in 2010, Aaron has become a regular face on the London comedy circuit. From Up The Creek to Laughing Horse, he was invited to perform for the Troops at the training grounds at the Reading Military Academy as well as supporting big names in his first year such as Scott Capurro, Nick Helm and David Schneider.
Aaron received a three star review for his debut show (Free Cuddles with 0017) at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe as well as recognition from members of the alternate Fringe including Bob Slayer (Winner of the Cunning Stunt award). He"s also a regular supporter of the Rob Knox foundation; Rob being a close friend of his before he was murdered in 2008. Since then he"s been supporting the Knox family, trying to raise money to help raise awareness of knife/gun crime in the UK. In 2011, Aaron cemented a partnership between the foundation and 39 Sainsbury’s stores in the Southern region. Over £7,000 was raised in the weekend through local charity events.
"He will go far" - Brian May (Queen)
"Clever improvisationalist" - Bob Slayer (Winner of Cunning Stunt Award/Kunt and the Gang - 2011 Edinburgh Fringe)
"Amazing...Restored my faith in the human race" - PBH"s Culture Bucket 2011
"...a talented youngster is already shaping up quite nicely and any junior agents in London should really be reading this column and see who they should be signing up. This lad was recently involved in the Ray Winstone short knife crime campaign and also interviewed an idol of mine, none other than Brian May from Queen." - London Insider
"Comedically better than Shakespeare..." - PBH"s Culture Bucket 2011
“A confident performer with great improvisational skills. Takes his audience on an unpredictable ride of uncomfortable observations and razor-sharp wit” – Tez Ilyas (BBC New Comedy Award 2011 Finalist)
“...very energetic and engaging stage presence with some interesting, original material and a lot of comedy potential!”
– Nik Coppin (Shaggers Festival Show, Nuts TV Comedy Club)