(1976-04-02) April 2, 1976 (age 37), Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Aaron Lohr (born April 2, 1976) is an American actor and singer.
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A Los Angeles native and UCLA theater graduate, Aaron became a recognizable player of the Disney Studios stable, appearing in many of their beloved films, including "The Mighty Ducks" series,Newsies "Mush", He also provided the singing voice for Max in A Goofy Movie. In 2000, he starred as Micky Dolenz in the VH1 TV-movie Daydream Believers: The Monkees' Story. A veteran of both the small and big screen, he recently appeared in the film adaptation of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway musical "Rent" Rent, directed by Christopher Columbus. and in various roles in Michael John LaChiusa's See What I Wanna See Upcoming film releases include Henry Bean's "Noise", Jim Koya Jones' taut psychological thriller "The Wreck", and "Manslaughter" produced by Jim Koya Jones. The New York theater community has warmly welcomed Aaron, a recent NY transplant. He has forged a strong working relationship with the renowned NY Public Theater appearing in several of their productions. He had also been seen as Matt in Bare, a Pop Opera. Aaron's inaugural performance at The Public was in Tony award winner George Wolfe's acclaimed production of "Radiant Baby". This led to his starring role in "See What I Want To See" by multiple Tony award nominee Michael John LaChuisa. Most recently, Aaron starred in the potent and topical political drama "In Darfur" both at The Public and The Delacorte Theater. He was also the Dancing Boy in Deniece Williams' music video for the song "Let's Hear It for the Boy". He is also in the British television advertisement for Carlsberg Beer. Lohr has also appeared in many Sister, Sister episodes, better known as Marlon in his later appearances in the show.
D2: The Mighty Ducks
A Goofy Movie
(singing voice) Max
D3: The Mighty Ducks
1998 TV Movie
2000 TV Movie
Daydream Believers: The Monkees' Story
2001 Video Game
Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy
Jak (noises) (uncredited)
2009 TV Movie