Renaissance artist who is a jack of all trades and master of many.
Aaron Braxton is a multifaceted, renaissance artist whose HS music teacher wrote in his yearbook, "It's tough to be talented. You spread yourself too thin." Blessed with a multitude of talents, Aaron writes compelling stories that speak to the complicated and universal experiences of African American families through several genres and platforms...and he credits his music teacher for being absolutely wrong.
In addition to screenplays, he has penned several plays and books including the multi-award winning and critically acclaimed, Did You Do Your Homework? and BROKEN as well as the Emma Children’s Book Award nominated novel, Jesse and the Caterpillar Who Got Its Wings.
Hailing from Roxbury, MA, and growing up in Santa Rosa, CA, he holds a B.A. from SDSU and a M.A. from USC.
Quarterfinalist
The Sub
Inroads Fellowship
Los Angeles
2021
Image Award
The Longest Goodbye
NAACP Image Awards
Los Angeles
International Gala Star
Broken
Festivalul International De Teatru
Bacau, Romania
Image Award
Broken
NAACP Image Award
Los Angeles
College
USC
MA
College
SDSU
BA
High School
Piner High School, Santa Rosa CA
Birth Date
February 9
Birth City
Roxbury
Current City
Los Angeles
Hometown
Roxbury
Height
6'
Gender
Male
Ethnicity
African American
Eye Color
Brown
Zodiac Sign
Aquarius
I Am the path others follow
Renaissance artist who is a jack of all trades and master of many.
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