Sydney born and bred, Aaron grew up in a large family being the fourth child of six. Perhaps "lost in the crowd with extreme middle child syndrome" is at play here. Aaron would always walk to the beat of his own drum and was considered the black sheep (or the milkman's boy) amongst his siblings. They tried to convince him that he was adopted, though his father assured him by saying "Nah mate, I saw you come out."
Aaron's playful attitude, quiet personality and easy-going manner allows him to find a natural subtleness to his performances. His acting approach allows him to find a truthfulness, drawing from his real life experiences and always looking to keep each take fresh and unique. His characters have been known to have a boyish charm about them.
Aaron Scully’s television appearances include Harrow, Blue Murder: Killer cop, A place to call home, Brock, Love Child, Deadly Women, 60 Minutes, The Alice and Mystery Files (UK).
His recent feature film credits include Bleeding Steel (Jackie Chan), SFV1, Home and Away: All or Nothing, Terminus and House of Hancock. Among his film and television credits, Aaron has also appeared in numerous television commercials.
In addition to his acting portfolio, Aaron runs an acting school in the hills district for all ages. Outside of acting his strong interests are Boxing and Basketball.