Aaron Abrams

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Aaron Abrams
Aaron Abrams SDCC 2014.jpg
Abrams at San Diego Comic-Con in July 2014
Born (1978-05-12) 12 May 1978 (age 41)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
EducationDePaul University (BFA)
Occupation
  • Actor
  • screenwriter
  • film producer
Years active2003–present

Aaron Abrams (born 12 May 1978) is a Canadian actor and writer, who has worked in both film and television.[1]

Born in Toronto, Abrams has appeared in over 50 films and TV series, having been a regular on several shows including the series The State Within, Slings and Arrows, and Runaway. He also has had supporting roles in dramas Amelia with Hilary Swank, and Flash of Genius with Greg Kinnear.[2] He has also had several comedic roles (Jesus Henry Christ, Take This Waltz) He wrote and starred in the film Young People Fucking in 2007, for which he won a Canadian Comedy Award in 2009.[3][4]

Personal life[edit]

Having moved away from his hometown of Toronto, Abrams now lives in Los Angeles.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 The In-Laws Student
2003 The Gospel of John Man in temple crowd #3
2004 Resident Evil: Apocalypse Assistant
2004 Safe Manny Short film
2004 Siblings Pastor
2005 Sabah Paramedic
2005 Cinderella Man 1928 fan
2006 Zoom Corporal Lipscombe Uncredited
2006 Couldn't Be Happier Dwayne Short film
2007 Firehouse Dog Policeman at bridge
2007 Young People Fucking Matt Also writer and executive producer
2007 Paradise Mitch Short film
2008 Flash of Genius Ian Meillor
2008 Cyborg Soldier Tyler Voller
2009 At Home by Myself...With You Guy
2009 Amelia Slim Gordon
2010 The Chicago 8 Lee Weiner
2011 Dave vs Death Dave Kane Short film
2011 Take This Waltz Aaron
2011 388 Arletta Avenue Alex
2012 Jesus Henry Christ Malcolm's dad / Nurse Stewart
2013 It Was You Charlie Tom
2015 Closet Monster Peter Madly
2015 Never Happened Grady Short film
2015 Regression Farrell
2016 Code 8 Freddie Berko Short film
2016 The Press Conference Mark Short film
2016 Enfant Terrible Jack Short film
2017 From Jennifer Ralph Sinclair
2018 Final Offer Henry Short Film[5][6]
2018 The Open House Brian Wallace
2020 The Lovebirds Filming; Writer and Producer

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Ice Bound: A Woman's Survival at the South Pole Patient #2 Television film
2003, 2006 Slings & Arrows Paul 6 episodes
2003 Tarzan Ralph Episode: "Surrender"
2004 Kevin Hill Sexy water delivery guy Episode: "Making the Grade"
2005 This Is Wonderland Security guard 2 episodes
2005 Kojak Anthony "Tone" Tosetti Episode: "All That Glitters"
2005 Trump Unauthorized Paparazzi reporter Television film
2005 Stargate Atlantis Kanayo 2 episodes
2006, 2008 Runaway Tannen 4 episodes
2006 The State Within Matthew Weiss 6 episodes
2007 The Jane Show Garth Gardiner Episode: "A Jane in the Crowd"
2007 'Til Death Do Us Part Ben Milford Episode: "Murder Mystery Weekend"
2007 Little Mosque on the Prairie Dave Sharpe Episode: "Public Access"
2008 MVP Rob Cartwright Episode: "Double Overtime"
2009 Flashpoint Joel Graves Episode: "Business as Usual"
2009–2011 Producing Parker Simon Nolan (voice) 26 episodes
2009 The Good Times Are Killing Me Gary Television film
2009 The Dating Guy Archangel (voice) Episode: "Bonnie & Mark"
2009 12 Men of Christmas Les Pizula Television film
2010–2011 Rookie Blue Detective Donovan Boyd 8 episodes
2011 NCIS: Los Angeles Hector Lee Episode: "Overwatch"
2011 Mayday Patrick Harten Episode: "Hudson River Runway"
2012 The L.A. Complex Ricky Lloyd 6 episodes
2013–2015 Hannibal Brian Zeller 26 episodes
2013 Played Marcus Jakes Episode: "Fights"
2014 Longmire Vogel Episode: "Ashes to Ashes"
2014 Republic of Doyle Dr. Jon Ronan 4 episodes
2014 NCIS Todd Price Episode: "The Searchers"
2015 CSI: Cyber Patrick Murphy Episode: "Killer En Route"
2016–2019 Blindspot Matthew Weitz 6 episodes
2016 Faking It Josh Episode: "Third Wheels"
2016 Murder in the First Doug Schwartz Episode: "Follow the Money"
2016 Masters of Sex Randy 3 episodes
2017 Grey's Anatomy Lance Episode: "In the Air Tonight"
2018 Spider-Man Tinkerer (voice) 2 episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ Steiner, Amanda. "'Hannibal' actor Aaron Abrams forced to defend IMDb credits in order to obtain green card". EW.com.
  2. ^ Burr, Ty (23 October 2009). "Amelia". Boston.com. Retrieved 10 June 2019.
  3. ^ Goldberg, Lesley. "NBC's 'Hannibal' Sets 'Wonderfalls' Reunion: Caroline Dhavernas Joins as Series Regular". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 10 June 2019.
  4. ^ Mathieu, Emily. "What this actor learned from a job as a janitor | The Star". thestar.com.
  5. ^ Jason Sondhi (24 July 2018). "Final Offer". Retrieved 20 January 2019.
  6. ^ "Final Offer". 19 July 2018. Retrieved 20 January 2019.

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