2003 & 2004 BAF Awards
Aaron Glenane's work:
One of Australia's most promising young actors, Aaron Glenane will next be seen in the lead role of Chook in the survival thriller Killing Ground which has its International Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival 2017 followed by it's Australian release in early 2017.
Gaining national and international attention for his performance as Gus in Drift, Aaron recently starred alongside Academy Award winners Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett in James Vanderbilt's political drama Truth. His other film credits include Bucko in The Black Balloon starring Toni Colette, Luke Ford, Rhys Wakefield and Gemma Ward, Larry in Concealed as well as a starring role in the 2013 Tropfest short film Ca$h Cow.
Earlier this year, Aaron starred as "The Godfather of Australian Rock 'N' Roll," Mushroom Records founder, Michael Gudinski in the Channel 7 ratings smash hit Molly. Aaron played a major supporting role in the highly acclaimed World War I mini-series Deadline Gallipoli alongside Sam Worthington, Hugh Dancy and Charles Dance. Aaron's other television credits include Old School, Puberty Blues, Janet King, Tricky Business, Packed to the Rafters, Rescue Special Ops and Home and Away. He also appeared in the UKTV telemovie Dripping in Chocolate alongside David Wenham.
Originally from Ballarat, Aaron is an accomplished stage actor and dancer, having performed in Dein Perry's Tap Dogs, The Boy From Oz, Journeys End and A Case for Gesture. More recently, Aaron appeared as Doug in The Kings Collective production of Gruesome Playground Injuries, Phillipin Red Line Productions Orphans at The Old Fitz Theatre and Jack in Darlinghurst Theatre Company's production ofRide & Fourplay.
Published in GQ Magazine (March 2019):
6 Of Australia's Next-Gen Actors On How To Dream Big & Keep It Real In Hollywood
AMY CAMPBELL4 MAR 2019
Introducing the class of 2019.
Name: Aaron Glenane
Look out for: Picnic at Hanging Rock, Snowpiercer, Ride Like a Girl (2019)
GQ: What’s been the most memorable project you’ve worked on?
AG: Playing [the character of] Chook in Killing Ground made a big splash. I’ve had people in Australia and LA say, “you’ve ruined camping for me! I can never go to the Outback again!”
GQ: Yikes! What does an average day in Hollywood look like for you?
AG: Wake up. Work out. Smash a shake. Drill my accents. Read about something I know nothing about. Eat lunch. Write my script. Chat with my agent. Shoot some hoops. Meditate. Sleep. And then every three months get out of LA and remind myself how the rest of the world lives!
GQ: What changes have you seen occur in the film industry since you started acting?
AG: I’ve noticed big changes in the last 12 months – I’ve worked with two brilliant female directors and acted alongside an African American/Jewish leading man. One group who, I feel, are still missing out are people with physical and intellectual disabilities. I’m determined to find a way to bring their voices forward.