The British actor, Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s career got off to a good start when he went onstage in 1999 as Macduff’s son in the Shakespearean play’ Macbeth. Thereafter, he transitioned to the small screen, enacting bit parts in TV films and serials, and finally made the leap to silver screen by debuting in ‘Apocalypse’ (2000), followed by ‘Tom & Thomas’ (2002). Aaron’s initial filmography reflected a judicious blend of movies, TV films, and serials.
Early firm credits in the list of Aaron Taylor’s movies include ‘The Illusionist’, ‘Shanghai Knights’, and ‘Behind Closed Doors’ (2003). However his stellar performance in the teen drama comedy, ‘Angus, Thongs, and Perfect Snogging’ (2008), confirmed his thespian skills. He again gave overwhelming proof of his acting skills by portraying a budding ‘John Lennon’ in ‘Nowhere Boy’ (2009).
Aaron has had a remarkably chequered career so far where many of his movies have been lapped up by his fans and eulogized by critics as well as have been blockbusters. His notable roles have been in movies like ‘Savages’ and ‘Anna Karenina’.