Aaron Fa'Aoso first came to prominence in 2004 with his performance as Eddie in the critically-acclaimed SBS mini-series, R.A.N., for which he received a nomination for an AFI Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Drama and a LOGIE Award nomination for Most Outstanding New Talent. Following on from that success, Aaron joined the multi-award winning SBS series East West 101 which recently had its third season go to air. Aaron received a AACTA nomination for his work in the third season 'The Heroes Journey'. Aaron received a 2011 Monte- Carlo TV Festival award nomination for Most Outstanding Actor for his work in the series. His other television credits include City Homicide and Sea Patrol. In 2009, he made his feature film debut in Sue Brooks's Subdivision. Aaron has also been active behind the camera writing and directing the short film, Sharpeye, as part of the SBS Television series Bit of Black Business.
Aaron was one of the devisors and performers in the Urban Theatre Projects' highly successful play, Back Home, which sold out at the 2006 Sydney Festival and toured to Toronto, Canada the following year. He also featured in Queensland's Koeemba Jdarra Performing Arts Company productions of Howie the Rookie and Njunjal the Sun. Aaron is a four-time Deadly Award nominee for Male Actor of the Year for his performances in R.A.N. and East West 101.