Aaron Martin (TV producer)
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Aaron Martin is a Canadian television producer and writer. He has been nominated for three Gemini Awards and he won the 2004 Writers Guild of Canada Award for "Best Youth Script" for the 2-part episode "Pride" from the television series Degrassi: The Next Generation (shared with James Hurst and Shelley Scarrow). He was the creator of another Canadian series known as 'The Best Years' focusing on a troubled youth named Samantha Best as she embarks on her journey at Charles University.
He was one of the main scriptwriters of the TV series Being Erica. In the program's final episode, "Dr. Erica", he appeared as a character called "Aaron", with "Jana", (the show's creator Jana Sinyor), playing a bickering couple.
- "Aaron Martin : Awards". IMDb.com. Retrieved 2015-10-23.
- "Interview: Being Erica Writers Aaron Martin & Jana Sinyor ... PLUS! A DVD Giveaway". Jen But Never Jenn. 2010-12-07. Retrieved 2015-10-23.
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