Aaron Pedersen Biography
|Date of Birth:||1970 , November-24|
|Age:||49 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inch|
|Birth Name||Aaron Pedersen|
|Birth Place/City||Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Affair with||Sarah Bond|
Aaron Pedersen is an Australian actor who is very famous for his portrayal in the crime movie Mystery Road as Detective Jay Swan and sequel Goldstone. Also, he is known for his work in the City Homicide, The Circuit, Water Rats, and Jack Irish.
Short-Bio Of Aaron Pedersen
Aaron Pedersen was born under the birth sign Sagittarius on November 24, 1970, in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia. He is of Australian nationality while his ethnicity is unknown.
As per some of the reliable sources, his mother Margaret was an alcoholic while the information regarding his father is unknown. He has a brother named Vinnie with whom he grew up in foster homes.
While talking about education, he received his degree from Monivae College.
Is Aaron Pedersen Married?
The 49 years old, Aaron Pedersen's relationship status as of 2020 is unknown as he has not preferred to disclose a single word on it. But previously he has gone through some unsuccessful relationships.
In 1999 he was married to Lisa Serma, however, after some months of their relationship, the pair went separate ways in 2000. After two years of divorce, he was rumored to be in a dating relationship with producer Sarah Bond in 2002.
Also, the lovebirds deiced not to share their own kids so that they will not feel like getting less attention and care of each other. However, in 2017, the pair separated without citing any reason.
Journey To $1 Million From Acting
Aaron Pedersen has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2020. A major source of his income is his career as an actor. From his million worth, he is leading a happy life in Alice Springs, Australia house where the average price of a home is $450,000.
Regarding his acting career, he made his debut in the industry from his appearance in the 1986 movie Dead Heart as Tony. In the movie, he has shared the screen alongside John Jarratt, Bryan Brown, Angie Milliken, Emie Dingo.
In 1994 he was cast in the TV mini-series Heartland. His career got huge limelight after he started co-hosting the Australian television game show Gladiators alongside Kimberley Joseph. Some of his notable movie and TV work includes The Secrets Life of Us, Water Rats, Saturday Night, Queens of Hearts, Grass Roots, City Homicide, Jack Irish, Double Trouble, High Ground, Total Control, The Circuit, Killing Ground, Under Skin In Blood, and Water.
Before becoming an actor, he also served as a journalist at Elsternwick studios in Melbourne.