Staton with his wife, Connie Fletcher, in October 2008
August 10, 1980 |
Huntington, West Virginia, U.S.
|Education||Terry Parker High School|
|Alma mater||Carnegie Mellon School of Drama|
|Spouse(s)||Connie Fletcher (m. 2006)|
Aaron Staton (born August 2, 1980
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) is an American actor, best known for his role as Ken Cosgrove in Mad Men since 2007 and  for portraying Cole Phelps in the video game L.A. Noire, which got him a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Video Game Performance, which he lost to Mark Hamill in Batman: Arkham City
Early life and education
Staton was born on August 10, 1980, in Huntington, West Virginia. He grew up mostly in Jacksonville, Florida, and graduated from Terry Parker High School in 1998. Staton is a 2004 graduate of the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama.
Along with the rest of the Mad Men cast, Staton won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series in 2008 and 2009. He has made appearances in TV series such as Law & Order: SVU, 7th Heaven and Without a Trace. He performed extensive voice and facial acting for the video game L.A. Noire, in which he plays the main protagonist, Cole Phelps.
Staton is married to actress Connie Fletcher. They have two sons. Their first, Beckett was born on June 29, 2010 and their second, Connor on June 21st, 2012.
|2005||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Andy Wall||1 episode|
|2006||7th Heaven||Daniel||3 episodes|
|The Nanny Diaries||John|
|"I Believe in America"||Rodney|
|"Without a Trace"||Hugh Dolan||1 episode|
|2007–present||Mad Men||Ken Cosgrove|
|2008||"Imaginary Bitches"||Bruce||1 episode|
|2011||The Good Wife||Todd Roda||2 episodes|
|2013||Person of Interest||Hayden Price||1 episode|
|2011||L.A. Noire||Cole Phelps||
NAVGTR Award for Lead Performance in a Drama
- Scenes From a Hit. New York Times (2008-06-22). Retrieved on 2011-06-30.
- Exclusive: Mad Men's Aaron Staton to Guest on The Good Wife. TV Guide (2011-03-17). Retrieved on 2011-06-30.
- L.A. Noire plays in the shadows. Los Angeles Times (2011-04-24). Retrieved on 2011-06-30.
- "2011 Awards". National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers. Retrieved 2014-11-21.