Aaron has been a stage and voice actor for most of his life. He did his first voice-over in the fourth grade for a production of Charlie Brown, playing the teacher’s disembodied off-stage “waa-waa-waa” voice. He has had roles in a wide variety of shows, performing in a stage version of Bukowski’s Barfly (which he also co-directed), Shakespeare’s Love’s Labors Lost, and Dickens’ A Christmas Carol (in which he has played every character but Mrs. Cratchit). He continues to tread the boards and cut voice spots in and around Washington, D.C. A longtime communications professional in the space industry (think rockets and travel to Mars), Aaron is right at home with any tech-heavy script. Lately he has been involved in the production of television shows and documentaries about the space industry and the indie-music scene.