Since graduating from Circle in the Square Theater School, Aaron David Kapner has performed in Off-Off Broadway theater, touring Shakespeare plays, independent films, webseries, television crime recreation shows and commercials for Huntington Learning Center and WABC.
Some of his favorite theater roles include Launce from Two Gentleman of Verona and the dual roles of King Simonides and Bawd from Pericles, both performed with the Hudson Shakespeare Company.
On television, he's appeared in the pilot eposode of "Street Justice: The Bronx" on Investigation Discovery portraying a detective Sergeant with the NYPD during the 1970's. His film credits include "When We Dance The Music Dies," portraying a modern day police detective. The film will also star Eric Roberts, William Ragsdale and Catherine Mary Stewart. He's also appeared in several NYU student films.
A lover of both Shakespeare and comic books, he's an avid watcher of every comic book adaptation in the movies and on Netflix and aims to be in one of them as soon as he can.
He's enormously grateful for the chance to work with the amazing cast and crew of How to Do Everything and has loved every minute of working with them ever since they first got together to do the original film the webseries is based on, The Window is Open.