Aaron Taylor-Johnson was born in High Wycombe to a housewife mother and a civil engineer father. He grew up in the same city. Born as Aaron Perry Johnson, Aaron Taylor-Johnson started his acting career on the stage at the age of six. In addition to his drama education, Aaron Taylor-Johnson studied different arts and made his first appearance in front of the camera at the age of eleven.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who starred in his first feature film at the age of twelve, took part in the same project with famous names such as Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson a year later. Aaron Taylor-Johnson's career began to accelerate in 2009, after he has been involved in many movie and TV projects, including iconic movies such as “The Illusionist” over the years. He received great acclaim and awards for his performance of John Lennon in the biopic “Nowhere Boy” directed by Sam Taylor-Wood, whom he would later marry.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who became a world-renowned actor with the movie “Kick-Ass” in 2010, also appeared in the sequel. Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who later became a part of the Marvel Universe, is one of the most successful actors of his generation with his successful performances in many different genres, from horror to comedy, from adventure to science fiction.
Notes from Aaron Taylor-Johnson's career
Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who started his professional acting career at a young age, has portrayed the younger versions of the characters both in the TV series “Armadillo”, and in the movies “The Illusionist” and “The Best Man”.
2002's “Tom & Thomas” was Aaron Taylor-Johnson's feature film debut. Gemma Johnson, Aaron Taylor-Johnson's elder sister, also starred in the movie as an extra.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who starred in the movie “Nowhere Boy”, which was released in 2009, married Sam Taylor-Wood, the director of the movie, in 2012.