Aaron has been reporting on the entertainment industry for over a decade. He's written for places like The Hollywood Reporter, Playboy, SF Chronicle, The Washington Post, Rotten Tomatoes, and Inverse. Aaron is a member of the Television Critics Association, Critics Choice, and AFTRA SAG. Before entering the journalism game, Aaron was an actor in commercials and TV. He once played Charlize Theron's nerdy boyfriend in a Japanese Honda commercial and co-starred in the Power Rangers sister series VR Troopers.
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