Aaron Fa’Aoso is best known for his appearances in ABC’s BLACK COMEDY, which was nominated for Most Outstanding Comedy Program at the 2015 Logies and won an AACTA for Best Direction. Aaron was most recently seen in the ABC series IN LIMBO, GOING PLACES on NITV and as the host of two seasons of his food documentary series STRAIT TO THE PLATE on SBS/NITV, which he also created and produced. He can be heard as the voice of ‘Old Dog’ in the ABC animated series LITTLE J & BIG CUZ, and will next be seen in Natalie Bailey’s debut feature film AUDREY.
He first came to prominence in 2004 with his performance as ‘Eddie’ in the critically-acclaimed SBS mini-series R.A.N., for which he received nominations for an AFI Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Drama and a LOGIE Award for Most Outstanding New Talent. Aaron then joined the multi award winning SBS series EAST WEST 101 for which he received a 2011 Monte Carlo TV Festival award nomination for Most Outstanding Actor. In 2012 he was nominated for an AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actor, and the show was awarded Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Television Drama Series at the Equity Awards.
In 2012, Aaron Associate Produced and starred opposite UK actor Brian Cox in the ABC crime drama, THE STRAITS. The series is based on his original idea and Produced by Matchbox Pictures. His other television credits include the US series REEF BREAK, Nine Network drama series HYDE & SEEK, the German series MUNCHEN 7, CITY HOMICIDE, SEA PATROL and Screentime’s BIKIE WARS: BROTHERS IN ARMS on Network Ten.
In 2009, Aaron made his feature film debut in Sue Brooks’ SUBDIVISION. His other feature film credits include Stephen McCallum’s feature 1% and Ivan Sen’s feature film GOLDSTONE which opened the 2016 Sydney Film Festival.
Aaron is also an accomplished stage actor and a four time Deadly Award nominee for Male Actor of the Year for his performances in R.A.N. and EAST WEST 101.