Aaron Hill
Birth Date:
February 10, 1685
Birth Place:
London, England, UK
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American actor Aaron Hill is probably best known for playing “Beaver” on the ABC Family series “Greek” (2007-2011), and had a similar character on Michael Bay's “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” (2009). He has guest starred in a number of TV shows, including “Mad Men”, “Malcolm in the Middle”, “Gilmore Girls”, “Hannah Montana”, “CSI: Miami”, “Breaking Bad”, “How I Met Your Mother” and “Glee”.    


Childhood and Family:

Aaron Hill was born on April 23, 1983, in Santa Clara, California. His birth name is Aaron J. Hill.   

Revenge of the Fallen


In 2001, Aaron Hill kicked off his professional career on television with a guest starring role in the Nickelodeon sitcom “The Brothers Garcia”. He continued to have a two episode role in the Fox sitcom “Malcolm in the Middle” (2002) and land his first series regular role on the short lived drama  “Lost at Home” (2003), in which she played the role of Tucker. He also made guest appearances in television series such as “Dragnet” (2003), “Still Standing” (2003),“Gilmore Girls” (2004), “Drake & Josh” (2004), “Shark” (2006), “The Class” (2006), “Hannah Montana” (2007) and “Mad Men” (2007). 

Hill's big break arrived in 2007 when he was cast in the supporting role of Walter “Beaver” Boudreaux, an unintelligent jock, on the ABC Family comedy/drama series “Greek”, starring Clark Duke, Tiffany Dupont, Scott Michael Foster and Spencer Grammer. He appeared on 64 out of 74 episodes throughout the show's four season run from July 9, 2007 to March 7, 2011.  

In 2008, Hill made his feature film debut as Christopher Hunter in the indie flick “Foreign Exchange”, directed by Danny Roth. His co-stars in the film included Robert E. Baruc, Chris Cowels, Stan Erdreich, Chris Fenton and Jason Koren. The same year, the actor also appeared as a guest star in the television shows like “Breaking Bad” (the pilot), “Cold Case” and “CSI: Miami”. In the following year, Hill made a cameo on the box office science fiction/action movie “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”, the sequel to 2007's “Transformers”. He also appeared in episodes of “How I Met Your Mother” and “Valentine” (both 2009). 

Next up for Hill, he had a supporting role on the comedy/romance film “Perfect Combination” (2010), which was directed by Trey Haley and written by Tiffany A. Rose and starred Christian Keyes, Tiffany Hines and Angell Conwell, co-starred with Henry Winkler and Tom Arnold in the direct to video “Group Sex” (2010), which was co-written and directed by Lawrence Trilling, and appeared as a guest star in TV shows like “Community” (2010), “Party Down” (2010), “Sonny with a Chance” (2010), “Law & Order: LA” (2010), “Becoming Famous” (2011), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2011) and “Criminal Minds” (2011). After “Greek” left the airwaves, Hill played the supporting role of Joe Bryant in the Michael F. Sears directed horror film “A Warrior's Heart” (2011), starring Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Gabrielle Anwar, was cast as Randy, a capable but strict grunt soldier of the US Army, in “the horror flick “Creature” (2011), which was directed and co-written by Fred M. Andrews, and co-starred with Jane Kaczmarek, C. Thomas Howell and James Lafferty in the drama “Lost on Purpose” (2012). In 2012, he also made guest appearances in TV shows such as “Glee”, “CSI: NY”, “Fairly Legal”, “Best Friends Forever”, “Perception”, “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “Rizzoli & Isles”.

Recently, in 2013, Hill has completed filming the supporting role of Jason in the comedy film “Get a Job”. The film is directed by Dylan Kidd and stars Anna Kendrick, Bryan Cranston and Alison Brie. He is also set to play roles in the upcoming films “Home” (2014, with Heather Langenkamp, Samantha Mumba and Kerry Knuppe) and “Rodeo Drive Diva” as well as the TV series “Cinnamon Girl” (2013).


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