Aaron Scully has been teaching acting since 2008 within various schools such as North Shore Drama, Sydney Talent CompanyKids in the BizStartime, Australian Performing Arts College and Australian Theatre for Young People. He opened his own school "The Hills Drama School" in 2012.


He began his training in filmmaking at the Film and Television Production techniques course at North Sydney Tafe then immediately moved into studying acting at the Australian Academy of Dramatic Arts.

He has a number of roles in independent feature films, most recently appearing in "Bleeding Steel", "Home & Away: All or nothing", "SFV1", "Terminus" and Channel 9's tele-movie "House of Hancock." His television appearances include "Blue Murder: Killer cop", "A Place To Call Home", "Love Child", "Deadly Women", "The Alice", "60 minutes" as well as various roles in theatre shows and commercials. 

Aaron also lived and worked as an actor in the UK for many years where he gained an interest in period roles and was cast in the television series "The Mystery Files" playing Robin Hood and Richard III. He was then cast in a television pilot about the American civil war, playing a Confederate soldier 'Private Robbie Hughes".


In addition to his acting and teaching portfolio, Aaron has been known in the past to film documentary-style promotional material in Europe, Asia and Africa for the international tour company, Kumuka. He also worked as a freelance editor offering services to actors for their showreels as well as home videos, weddings, music videos and corporate presentation.

Over the years Aaron has packaged video dvd's for various drama schools to represent each of the students showing their performance work. The Hills Drama School now has the benefit of this service being offered to them.

Working with children certificate