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About

Aaron Blakely

Aaron is a Los Angeles and Seattle based actor and instructor known for his work in 18 episodes of television, over a dozen LORT productions in regional theatre and multiple roles in feature films, including two by the late Lynn Shelton. Over his career, he has had the privilege to work opposite notable actors: Rufus Sewell, Tilda Swinton, Kevin Tighe, Pamela Reed, Aldis Hodge, Ben Schwartz and Jay Duplass. 

 

He is currently starring in the world premiere production of Rubicon at Denver Center Theatre Company.  It runs until March 17th. 

 

As an actor in Seattle, he has appeared in several productions at Seattle Rep and ACT Contemporary Theatre--most recently in I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter and Wolf Play respectively. Other regional credits include work at South Coast Rep, Berkeley Rep, Book-It Rep, Seattle Shakespeare Company, A Noise Within, Southern Rep, Idaho Rep and Shakespeare Santa Cruz.

Aaron received his MFA in Acting from The University of Washington. His teaching methodology is built upon first-hand knowledge as a student, an instructor, and over 15 years working as a professional actor.

 

He is a proud member of both SAG-AFTRA and Actors Equity Association.

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Aaron Blakely IMDB.com

Jesse Tobin, Seattle

"Aaron is a deeply intuitive teacher. In addition to being well-versed in the traditional schools of thought on the craft of acting, he is also skilled at tailoring his technique to the individual, encouraging strengths, navigating shortcomings, and creating space for you to find your own way. It's never generic or generalized teaching. His long career as a professional actor is evident in his understanding of the actor's experience, and his teaching is practical and applicable at any level. His classes are also genuinely engaging and fun–he encourages you to take the craft seriously, and yourself less seriously, and creates an environment where you can really try things, fail, learn, and grow. I left his class feeling like I was falling back in love with acting again, and with the practical tools to move forward confidently and continue working and growing as an actor."
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