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AARON YOO (Choi) most recently starred in the box office hit Disturbia opposite Shia LaBeouf and in the HBO/ Picturehouse production Rocket Science which won the Best Director Award for Jeffrey Blitz at last year's Sundance Film Festival.  He also recently starred in The American Pastime, an independent feature in which he played Lyle, a young saxophone-playing baseball pitcher who is relocated to the Topaz interment camp for Japanese-Americans during WWII.  

He will next appear in Sony Pictures Classics' The Wackness, Sony's Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist opposite Michael Cera and Kat Dennings and in Lionsgate's Game, opposite Gerard Butler.

On television, Yoo played a recurring role of James Fong in WB's The Bedford Diaries.  His other television appearances include Law & Order: SVU, Love Monkey, and Ed.  

Yoo's career began Off Broadway, where he starred in the U.S. and world premiere productions of "Where Do We Live" at the Vineyard Theatre, "wAve" and "Savage Acts" for the Ma-Yi Theatre Company, "Cellophane" at the Flea Theatre, and the National Asian-American Theatre Co.'s "Fuenteovejuna."  Other notable theater credits include "The Gifted Program" at the LAByrinth and "Karaoke Stories" for the Imua! Theatre Company.

Yoo, who was born in Dallas and grew up in East Brunswick, New Jersey, earned his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of Pennsylvania.


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