Aaron Eckhart was born in Cupertino, California, to a writer and artist mother and an executive father. Aaron Edward Eckhart, who moved to the United Kingdom at the age of thirteen due to his father's job, has lived in different cities. Taking his first steps into acting by acting in school plays, Aaron Eckhart moved to Australia at the age of 17 and decided to follow his passion for acting in his senior year of high school.
Studying acting in Australia, Aaron Eckhart returned to the United States for his undergraduate studies and earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts. Aaron Eckhart, who started his professional career with a TV movie in 1992, also took part in different stage productions. Playing the character of Nick Crozier in “Any Given Sunday” directed by Oliver Stone in 1999, Aaron Eckhart managed to attract attention with his performance in “Erin Brockovich” a year later. This project gave impetus to Aaron Eckhart's career.
Aaron Eckhart, who has appeared in successful productions one after the other, has received great praise for his performances in films of all genres, from sci-fi to action, from romantic comedy to drama. Aaron Eckhart, who shined once again as Harvey Dent in the movie “The Dark Knight” in 2008, is shown as one of the most talented actors of his generation. Aaron Eckhart, who did not spare much space for TV series in his career until the last few years, has recently been a guest in our homes with different TV series projects.
Notes from Aaron Eckhart's career
Released in 1993, “Slaughter of the Innocents” was Aaron Eckhart's feature film debut.
Aaron Eckhart has starred in the same projects alongside Oscar winner Julia Roberts, Renée Zellweger, Hilary Swank, and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Aaron Eckhart portrayed the fictional President Benjamin Asher character in the movie “Olympus Has Fallen”, which was released in 2013. Nine years later, we watched Aaron Eckhart as Gerald Ford in the TV series “The First Lady”, which aired in 2022.