Quinton Aaron has been working steadily since his film debut in Michel Gondry’s Be Kind Rewind. Here’s the actor’s estimated net worth.
What is actor Quinton Aaron’s net worth? Quinton Aaron made his feature film debut alongside Jack Black and Mos Def as a video store customer trying to rent a copy of The Lion King in Michel Gondry’s surreal 2008 comedy Be Kind Rewind. The following year Aaron would score his first leading role playing professional football player Michael Oher in the biographical sports drama The Blind Side. The film, which was helmed by director John Lee Hancock and co-starred Sandra Bullock and country singer Tim McGraw, went on to nab a Best Picture nomination at the Oscars.
After The Blind Side, Quinton Aaron had a steady stream of work in both film and television. He had bit parts in a season 11 episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit titled “Disabled” and the Drop Dead Diva season 3 episode “Bride-a-Palooza.” Aaron also had a two-episode stint in the eighth season of One Tree Hill guest-starring as Tommy, a college classmate of James Lafferty’s character Nathan Scott.
Aaron played Kenneth in the 2014 horror movie The Appearing and was part of the ensemble of religious apocalyptic film Left Behind alongside Nicolas Cage. In 2016 he nabbed another leading role in the indie drama Halfway playing a recently released convict who struggles to leave his criminal past behind while adapting to life on probation in an all-white conservative farming town in Wisconsin. Although his career has been pretty low-key since The Blind Side, Quinton Aaron has nevertheless earned a respectable net worth of $3 million according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Quinton Aaron’s more recent film credits include the offbeat Canadian comedy It’s Not My Fault And I Don’t Care Anyway from 2017 in which he played the character of Brian Calhoun, a heroin addict tasked with keeping an eye on the kidnapped daughter of self-help guru Patrick Spencer (Alan Thicke). He also starred in the horror movie Hybristophilia as a news crew cameraman who’s nabbed an exclusive interview with a serial killer and played Rad Chad in the 2018 comedy-drama Fishbowl California.
Currently, Quinton Aaron is playing Vick Wilson in the medical drama Gods Of Medicine, which focuses on world-class doctors who come together to perform particularly difficult surgeries. He also featured in the pilot episode of a comedy series titled Unsubscribe and his upcoming film credits include the horror movie Cranial Sacral, family drama The Greatest Coach Of All Time and the thriller Experiment 77 which co-stars screen legend Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange).