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Aaron's Info

Birth Name: Aaron Christopher Lohr, Jr.
Birthday: April 2, 1976
Zodiac Sign: Aries
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Brown


Sport: Volleyball
Actors: Rovert DeNiro, Anthony Hopkins, Hilary Swank
Musicians: Eric Benet, Lenny Kravitz
Food: Flourless Chocolate Cake
Pasttime: Dancing


Aaron started dancing at age three, and auditioned for Kenny Ortega at age 5. He danced in three videos directed by Kenny: One with Pia Zadora, one with George Benson, and one with Denise Williams. His favorite was with Denise's "Let's Hear it for the Boys" in which he wore a top hat and tails, and won a Youth in Film award. He also appeared with his band, RC Cru (now known as The Cru.) in the all star recycling video "Yakkity Yak, Take it Back."

Aaron's professional acting debut came at the age of six, when he played Charlie Chaplin's son, Christopher, in the pre-Broadway musical Chaplin. He has done numerous commercials and has guest-starred in many television shows.

~from Absolutely Aaron

Aaron Lohr is no stranger to show business. While most people know him as the "Bash Brother" Dean Portman in the recent Mighty Ducks films, others may remember seeing his face in other assorted projects. At the age of five, Lohr auditioned for Kenny Ortega, a director and choreographer. He appeared in three of Ortega's music videos -- one with Pia Zadora, one with George Benson, and Deniece Williams' "Let's Hear It For The Boys". It was his performance in that video as a boy in a top hat and tails that won him a Youth In Film award. Aaron's professional career began at the tender age of six when he starred as young Christopher Chaplin in the Broadway-bound musical "Chaplin". His other appearances include the "Yakkity Yak Take It Back" video endorsing recycling on MTV, and guests shots on such sitcoms as "The Wonder Years", "Blossom", "Baywatch", "Family Matters, " and "Lassie." Lohr is an accomplished singer as well as actor. He lent his singing voice to the character "Max" in the Disney film "A Goofy Movie" and was also a part of the Newsies Ensemble that sang in 6 of the 8 songs on the Newsies soundtrack. He is also the lead singer for the group RC Cru.

~from IMDb


"The Monkees: Daydream Believers" (2000)...Micky Dolenz
"Perfect Assassins" (1998)...Billy Collins
"Trojan War" (1997)...Jock #1
"D3: The Mighty Ducks" (1996)...Dean Portman
"A Goofy Movie" (1995)(voice)...Max (singing)
"D2: The Mighty Ducks" (1994)...Dean Portman
"Newsies" (1992)...Mush
"Cartoon All-stars to the Rescue" (1988)...voice
"Bustin' Loose" (1987)...Nikky Robison

Guest Appearances:

"Teen Angel" (1997)...Kyle (episode #1.4)
"Sister Sister" (1994)... "Basketball player", Marlon (episode #4.11), and Russell (episode # 1.10)
"Step by Step" (1991)...Lundy (episode #4.12)
"Blossom" (1991)..."Student" (episode #1.9)
"Family Matters" (1989)...Greg (episode #2.11) and "Student #1" (episode #2.10)
"Baywatch" (1989)...Tod (episode #1.19)
"The Wonder Years" (1988)...Sean

Other Works:

Gap's "Everybody In Leather" commercial (Check it out here. Quicktime Player required.)