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|Fact||Career was interrupted for two years when he voluntarily withdrew from the industry after being harrassed and eventually attacked by a stalker. He worked as a stationhand in outback NSW and studied theology while we was away from the cameras before returning to take up the role of Alex Ryan in McLeod's Daughters.|
Aaron Jeffery (born 18 September 1976) is an Australian actor. He is known for his roles as Marcus Turner in the television series McLeod’s Daughters (2001–2009), as Alex Ryan in the police drama Water Rats (1996–2001), and as Zac MacGuire in the soap opera Home and Away (2011–2013).
can't wait to meet you ?
— Aaron Jeffery (@AaronCJeffery) July 8, 2016
Jeffery was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, the son of an Australian father and a New Zealand-born mother. He has two older sisters. He was educated at St Paul’s College, Manly and the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), from which he graduated in 1998.
Jeffery’s first television role was in the Australian police drama Water Rats, in which he played Constable Alex Ryan. He appeared in over 100 episodes of the series, which ran for six seasons from 1996 to 2001. In 2001, he began appearing in the Australian rural drama McLeod’s Daughters as Marcus Turner. He remained with the series until it ended in 2009, after eight seasons.
In 2011, Jeffery began appearing in the Australian soap opera Home and Away as Zac MacGuire. He remained with the series for two years, before departing in 2013.
Jeffery has also appeared in a number of Australian films, including The Square (2008), Animal Kingdom (2010), and The Great Gatsby (2013).
Just putting the world on notice – this rooster @toddjlasance has some serious acting kahunas!… https://t.co/ImGws4ZsST
— Aaron Jeffery (@AaronCJeffery) February 11, 2018
In 2016, Jeffery began appearing in the Australian drama series Wentworth as Will Jackson. He has appeared in over 50 episodes of the series to date.
Jeffery has been married to Australian actress Rachael Taylor since 2019. The couple have one child together.
Aaron Jeffery has an estimated net worth of $3 million. He earns a salary of $300 thousand per episode of Wentworth.
|Full Name||Aaron Jeffery|
|Education||National Institute of Dramatic Art|
|Children||Sophia Jade Jeffrey, Ella-Blu Jeffery|
|Partner||Zoe Naylor, Zoe Naylor|
|Awards||Logie Award for Best Actor, AACTA Award for Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama|
|Nominations||Logie Award for Most Outstanding Actor, ASTRA Awards for Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor (Male)|
|Movies||Turbo Kid, Underbelly Files: The Man Who Got Away, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Beautiful, Strange Planet, The Interview, Square One|
|TV Shows||Blue Murder: Killer Cop, Underbelly, McLeod's Daughters, The Strip, Water Rats, Wentworth, Fire, Underbelly Files: Chopper|
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|1||His partner of two years, Zoe Naylor, gave birth to a daughter called Sophia Jade Jeffrey. Sophia is Aaron's second child and Zoe's first one. |
|2||In early 2010 he began a relationship with his former McLeod's Daughters (2001) co-star Zoe Naylor.|
|3||Career was interrupted for two years when he voluntarily withdrew from the industry after being harrassed and eventually attacked by a stalker. He worked as a stationhand in outback NSW and studied theology while we was away from the cameras before returning to take up the role of Alex Ryan in McLeod's Daughters.|
|4||His wife Melinda gave birth to a daughter, Ella-Blu, in August 2003|
|5||He moved to Australia when he was 17.|
|6||He graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1993|
|Cinema Club||2017||pre-production||Donovan Scarlet|
|Janet King||2016||TV Series||Simon Hamilton|
|Step Dave||2015||TV Series||Warren Robinson|
|Wentworth||2013-2015||TV Series||Matthew Fletcher|
|Texas Rising: The Lost Soldier||2015||TV Mini-Series||Ranger|
|Locks of Love||2014||Terry Knox|
|Old School||2014||TV Series||Rick|
|Neighbours||2012||TV Series||Bradley Fox|
|Underbelly||2012||TV Series||Frank O'Rourke|
|Cancerman: The Milan Brych Affair||2012||TV Movie documentary||Dr. John Scott|
|Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries||2012||TV Series||Samson|
|Wild Boys||2011||TV Series||Captain Moonlite / Preacher Scott|
|East West 101||2011||TV Series||Hunter|
|Underbelly Files: The Man Who Got Away||2011||TV Movie||Det. Insp. Geoff Leyland / Narrator|
|X-Men Origins: Wolverine||2009||Thomas Logan|
|The Strip||2008||TV Series||Jack Cross|
|McLeod's Daughters||2001-2008||TV Series||Alex Ryan|
|Outrageous Fortune||2007||TV Series||Gary Savage|
|Murder Call||2000||TV Series||Rory Simmons|
|Water Rats||1996-1998||TV Series||Senior Constable Terry Watson Constable Terry Watson|
|The Interview||1998||Det. Sr. Const. Wayne Prior|
|Wildside||1998||TV Series||Walter Chowdrey|
|Square One||1997||Jeremy Hostick|
|Fire||1995||TV Series||Firefighter Richard 'Banjo' Gates|
|Blue Murder||1995||TV Series||Bobby Williams|
|The Damnation of Harvey McHugh||1994||TV Series||Brandon|
|Ship to Shore||1993||TV Series||Nick|
|Today||2007||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The 2007 TV Week Logie Awards||2007||TV Special||Himself / Alex Ryan|
|The Price Is Right||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Australia Unites: The Victorian Bushfire Appeal||2009||TV Movie||Himself|
|Getaway||2005-2008||TV Series||Himself - Guest presenter / Himself - Guest Reporter|
|2013||AACTA Award||Australian Film Institute||Best Guest or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama||Underbelly (2008)|
|2007||Silver Logie||Logie Awards||Most Popular Actor||McLeod's Daughters (2001)|
|2004||Silver Logie||Logie Awards||Most Popular Actor||McLeod's Daughters (2001)|
|2015||Astra Award||Astra Awards||Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor - Male||Wentworth (2013)|
|2014||Astra Award||Astra Awards||Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor - Male||Wentworth (2013)|
|2013||Silver Logie||Logie Awards||Most Outstanding Actor||Underbelly (2008)|
|2006||Silver Logie||Logie Awards||Most Popular Actor||McLeod's Daughters (2001)|
|2005||Silver Logie||Logie Awards||Most Popular Actor||McLeod's Daughters (2001)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia