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Aaron Fa'aoso

Aaron Fa'aoso
Nationality Australian
Known for East West 101; RAN; The Straits

Aaron Fa'aoso is an Australian television and film actor, probably best known for his role on East West 101. He is of Torres Strait Islander, Samoan and Tongan descent.[1] His mother is from Saibai Island.[2]

Career

Fa'aoso began his acting television career in 2006, where he played Eddie Gaibui on RAN, a six-part drama, which aired on SBS. In late 2007 (continuing in early 2008), he appeared on another SBS drama series, East West 101, playing Detective Sonny Koa.

In 2008, he had a guest role in Sea Patrol, which aired on Network Nine.

In 2009, he appeared in season two of East West 101 and starred in the film, Subdivision. In 2011, he returned to star in the third, and final season, of East West 101 on SBS.

In 2012, he appeared the last 4 episodes of Australian Drama TV series, Bikie Wars: Brothers In Arms.

In 2012, he will appear in ABC1's 10-part drama series, The Straits.

Awards

  • 2006: Nominated at the AFI Awards for 'Best Guest or Supporting Actor in Television Drama' for RAN
  • 2007: Nominated at the Logies for 'Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding New Talent' for RAN

References

  • http://www.deadlys.vibe.com.au/deadlys_new/2007/view.asp?nomid=48

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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