Aaron Abrams

Acteur de 41 ans (12 mai 1978)

Biographie

Aaron Abrams is a Canadian actor and writer born in Toronto, Ontario, who has worked in both film and television.
Abrams has appeared in over 50 films and TV series, having been a regular on several shows including the Emmy nominated series 'The State Within','Slings and Arrows', and 'Runaway'. He has also played recurring villains on Stargate, MVP and ABC's 'Rookie Blue'. He also has had major supporting roles in dramas 'Amelia' with Hilary Swank, 'Flash of Genius' with Greg Kinnear.
Abrams has also had several comedic roles, most notably the upcoming Julia Roberts film 'Jesus Henry Christ' and 'Take This Waltz' as Seth Rogan's brother.
Abrams is perhaps best known for writing and starring in the controversial film Young People Fucking in 2007, for which he won a Canadian Comedy Award in 2009. It is one of the highest grossing Canadian films of all time, staying in Canadian theatres for over 16 weeks.

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The Open House

de Suzanne Coote

2.3
Film The Open House

Closet Monster

de Stephen Dunn

4.4
Film Closet Monster

#FromJennifer

de Frank Merle

Film #FromJennifer

Regression

de Alejandro Amenábar

3.3
Film Regression

It Was You Charlie

de Emmanuel Shirinian

Film It Was You Charlie

Take this waltz

de Sarah Polley

3.5
Film Take this waltz

Jesus Henry Christ

de Dennis Lee

4
Film Jesus Henry Christ

388, Arletta Avenue

de Randall Cole

1
Film 388, Arletta Avenue

Cyborg Soldier

de John Stead

3
Film Cyborg Soldier

Amelia

de Mira Nair

3.9
Film Amelia

Monsieur Décembre

de Arlene Sanford

1
Film Monsieur Décembre

Un éclair de génie

de Marc Abraham

1
Film Un éclair de génie

Agent double

de Billy Ray

1
Film Agent double

Young People Fucking

de Martin Gero

2
Film Young People Fucking

Rex, chien pompier

de Todd Holland

4.0
Film Rex, chien pompier

Siblings

de David Weaver

Film Siblings

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