Aaron Fa’AosoPresenter | Corporate Speaker

Aaron Fa’Aoso is a versatile and acclaimed actor, producer, and advocate known for his outstanding contributions to Australian entertainment. With a career spanning over two decades, he has left an indelible mark in various facets of the industry.

Best recognized for his memorable roles in ABC’s “BLACK COMEDY,” Aaron’s talent has garnered widespread acclaim. The show earned a nomination for Most Outstanding Comedy Program at the 2015 Logies and won an AACTA Award for Best Direction. His recent work includes the ABC series “IN LIMBO,” NITV’s “GOING PLACES,” and hosting two seasons of the food documentary series “STRAIT TO THE PLATE” on SBS/NITV, which he not only starred in but also created and produced. Additionally, his distinctive voice brings life to the character ‘Old Dog’ in the ABC animated series “LITTLE J & BIG CUZ.” Aaron’s upcoming project is Natalie Bailey’s debut feature film, “AUDREY.”

Aaron Fa’Aoso’s journey in the entertainment industry began in 2004 when he gained prominence for his role as ‘Eddie’ in the critically acclaimed SBS mini-series “R.A.N.” This performance earned him nominations for an AFI Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Drama and a LOGIE Award for Most Outstanding New Talent. He continued to make waves in the industry with his involvement in the award-winning SBS series “EAST WEST 101,” which earned him a nomination at the 2011 Monte Carlo TV Festival for Most Outstanding Actor and a 2012 AACTA Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. The show also received accolades for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Cast in a Television Drama Series at the Equity Awards.

In 2012, Aaron showcased his versatility as an actor and producer in the ABC crime drama “THE STRAITS,” a series based on his original concept and produced by Matchbox Pictures. His extensive television credits include roles in the US series “REEF BREAK,” the Nine Network drama series “HYDE & SEEK,” the German series “MUNCHEN 7,” “CITY HOMICIDE,” “SEA PATROL,” and the Network Ten production “BIKIE WARS: BROTHERS IN ARMS.”

Beyond the small and silver screens, Aaron Fa’Aoso made his mark in feature films, making his debut in Sue Brooks’ “SUBDIVISION” in 2009. His cinematic journey continued with roles in Stephen McCallum’s “1%” and Ivan Sen’s “GOLDSTONE,” which opened the 2016 Sydney Film Festival.

In addition to his achievements in entertainment, Aaron is an accomplished stage actor and a four-time Deadly Award nominee for Male Actor of the Year, recognising his remarkable performances in “R.A.N.” and “EAST WEST 101.”

Furthermore, Aaron Fa’Aoso is a committed advocate and leader. He serves as a Board Director for SBS and Screen QLD, Co-Chair of the Queensland Interim Truth and Treaty Body, and is involved with Supply Nation and the Deaf Indigenous Dance organisation, demonstrating his dedication to making a positive impact beyond the entertainment world. Aaron Fa’Aoso is a multifaceted talent, a respected figure in the industry, and a passionate advocate for social causes, making him a truly remarkable and influential individual in Australian entertainment and community affairs.

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