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A native Alaskan, Aaron Hendry grew up on the outskirts of the fishing village of Homer with his mother, a registered nurse, and one brother.
He decided to pursue a career in acting during high school and drove by himself thousands of miles from Homer to Los Angeles in order to audition for the UCLA drama program, from which he would ultimately graduate. While there he performed in several plays, among them Robert Schenkkan's "The Kentucky Cycle" in which he played Michael Rowen.
After school he spent several seasons performing with the Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum in Topanga, CA, and soon began landing roles in television and film.
- He portrayed Dr. Dave in the 2013 movie Coyote.
- He portrayed Brian in the 2012 movie Black November.
- He portrayed Bill in the television series The Finder.
- He portrayed Brian in the 2011 movie Black Gold.
- He portrayed Darren in the television series Glee.
- He portrayed Jerry Thornton in the television series Medium.
- He portrayed Grrrtatis in the television show Wizards of Waverly Place.
- He portrayed Cochese in the 2009 movie Sabotage.
- He portrayed "Juice Bar Guy" in the television series How I Met Your Mother.
- He portrayed "Mystic Horse Guy" in the television series The Starter Wife.
- He portrayed Pierre in the 2008 movie 20 Years After.
- He portrayed Robin Hood in the television movie Held Up.
- He portrayed Burt in the television series Passion.
- He portrayed Simon in the television series Jericho.
- He portrayed Pim Scutney in the 2006 movie Beerfest.
- He portrayed Giovanni in the television movie Dragon Dynasty.
- He portrayed "Australian" in the television series The Unit.
- He portrayed "Patron" in the television series Kitchen Confidential.
- He portrayed "Performing Artist" in the television series Malcom in the Middle.
- He portrayed Tangles the Pirate/ Cyclops Diver in the movie The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.
- He portrayed Acrobatic Elf in the 2004 movie The Polar Express.
- He portrayed Kyle Fenning the 2001 movie F-Stops.
- He portrayed "The Man" in the 1999 movie Thriller: Caron.
- He portrayed Barry O'Brien in the 1997 movie Deadlock.