Aaron Glenane began studying at The Actor’s Pulse shortly after his first role in the AFI winning Australian drama The Black Balloon, starring Academy Award Nominee Toni Collette and AFI winner Luke Ford. He graduated from The Actor’s Pulse in 2012 where he received the MVP award again, having also received the award in 2009 and 2010. The MVP award is the highest award given to a student for achievement in acting at The Actor’s Pulse and in addition to receiving this award three times, Aaron was also ‘Student of the Year’ at The Actor’s Pulse in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
 
During his studies Aaron continued working in the industry landing roles in numerous television commercials as well as a role in the BBC murder mystery Dripping in Chocolate with David Wenham and Louise Lombard. Since graduating from The Actor’s Pulse Aaron has been keeping busy with his film roles with credits such as; the surf film Drift in 2013 which he starred alongside Sam Worthington, Xavier Samuel and Myles Pollard; the Foxtel mini-series Deadline Gallipoli, where he played the key role of a frontline soldier Stan Phipps alongside Sam Worthington, Hugh Dancy and Charles Dance; a leading role in the kidnapping thriller Concealed with Simon Lyndon and another thriller Crushed starring Les Hill and Roxanne Wilson.
 
Aaron’s TV credits include guest roles in Home and Away (in one of the biggest storylines in 2014), Janet King with Vince Colosimo and Marta Dusseldorp, Rescue Special Ops, Tricky Business and the acclaimed Puberty Blues.
 
Between acting jobs Aaron is actively writing, directing and producing many creative works. Aaron co-wrote and co-directed his first short film La Cle du Tourment in 2011. In 2013, Aaron starred in the short film Cash Cow – a 63% true story, which was a finalist at Tropfest where it was a crowd and media favourite. Aaron is currently working on pitching his TV pilot Clean and Jerk, a comedy “bromance with a bench press”.
 
Aaron has been an on-going teacher at The Actor’s Pulse since 2013.