Headshot and Biography
AARON SCULLY'S ACTING EXPERIENCE ENCOMPASSES DIVERSE ROLES ACROSS FILM, THEATRE AND TELEVISION.
Aaron's television appearances include The High Road, A Place To Call Home, Love Child, Brock, Deadly Women, 60 Minutes and The Alice as well as National Geographic Channel’s acclaimed Mystery Files series, in which he played the historical figures of Robin Hood and Richard III, filmed in Wales, UK. Following this series, Scully was cast in a Television pilot series Unwritten Hero’s in which he played an American civil war hero named Private Robbie Hughes.
His feature film credits include Bleeding Steel, SFV1, Terminus and House of Hancock. Scully also attended the 2006 Cannes Film Festival to promote Souvenir, in which he played the leading role and screened in Marche du Films. Clown's Lament (2009), a short film written by and featuring Scully, was an official selection in The Method Fest (CA) and numerous other international film festivals. He was also awarded Best Actor at ACTIONFest (2007) as well as Best Actors Showcase at both Yosemite International Film Festival (2009) and Nevada Film Festival (2009).
Among his film and television credits, Scully has also appeared in several television commercials such as Progressive Insurance, St George, Hyundai, RSVP, Woolworths, Lite N Easy and many more.
In addition to his acting portfolio, Scully has previously been known to film documentary-style promotional material in Europe, Asia and Africa for the former international tour company, Kumuka.