Aaron Gaffey moved to Los Angeles in September of 2000. It did not take him long to settle in, finding a work on stage with Knightsbridge Theatre’s production of Dana Merand Williams’ FACING THE CALM and an independent production of William Shakespeare’s A MID SUMMER’S NIGHT DREAM. Aaron's first film credits were in the independent horror world including the cult titles: Jackhammer Massacre Directed by Joe Castro and written by Joe Castro and Dan Benton, The Revolting Dead directed by Michael Su and written by Dan Benton, Doomed directed by Micheal Su and written by Patrick McManus and Sean O'Bannon, My Demon With written and directed by Michael Su. He joined up with a crew of Indianian film makers for their first film called Joshua, written and directed by Travis Betz starring Ward Roberts produced by the prior with Jeremiah Jordan and Jessica Petelle rounding out the production team called Drexelbox which he later joined and is still with today. Aaron also gave of himself creatively and laboriously for the LA based theater company called UNKNOWN. He helped the artistic director build up the company and worked for over one hundred days building the theater –literally building the theater. He stayed there or a couple of years, performing in Johnson Over Jordan and Scenes From An Execution. He came back to Drexel Box called to work on their newest project Lo acting as well as producing. After finishing LO, as The Waiter and ‘just’ producing. Aaron has been seen in Lily’s Tomb as Mortis, and Bartokular as Bartokular –while ‘just’ producing. If you hale from the midwest you saw him in the Capitol One spot called 'Wicked.' As well on an episode of Cold Case called 'Pin Up Girl.' Aaron also enjoys surfing in the very clean waters off the coast of California here in Los Angeles, skateboarding (making his own skateboards called GaffeyStyle), and snowboarding in Colorado with his brother.