About aaron lynn
Aaron Lynn is an actor, writer, and musician based in NYC. He grew up bouncing back and forth between a college town in rural Ohio and a small seaside town in England. He trained at Actors Theatre of Louisville as an acting apprentice, at the British American Drama Academy in London, and received his B.A. in drama at Kenyon College with a minor in music performing piano and cello. He won the Kenyon College Paul Newman Trophy for Best Male Acting Performance for his role as Denny in A Steady Rain.
Film/Media: Head Life Coach (indie pilot), Mister Manners (new media, Food Network), Implicit (indie short), The Date (short, Columbia University MFA), Fatale (short, Columbia University).
New York Theatre: The Glory of the World (BAM); The Christians (Playwrights Horizons); Gregorian (WAT Project/WalkerSpace); Black Hollow (Ford Studio, Signature Theatre/Columbia University MFA Thesis); Troll King Rises (Schapiro Theatre/Columbia University MFA Project); Two Gentlemen of Verona (Hamlet Isn't Dead); as well as various workshops/readings at The Drama League, New York Theatre Workshop, Manhattan Theatre Club, Ars Nova, The Lark, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Bushwick Starr, and Crashbox Theatre.
Regional Theatre: The Glory of the World, So Unnatural A Level, That High Lonesome Sound (Humana Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville); Ryan & Alice (Cincinnati Fringe); A Christmas Carol (Actors Theatre of Louisville). Other Theatre: Cymbeline (Oval Theatre, London); Noises Off, Scapin, Antigone, Icarus and Aria, Hamlet (Bolton Theatre, Ohio); A Steady Rain, Macbeth, Hunting Cockroaches (Hill Theatre, Ohio).
You might find Aaron at various poetry readings throughout the city, eating a ton of veggies at Westville, or playing around with a soccer ball in Prospect Park.