Canadian actor Aiden Cumming-Teicher hails from Vancouver, BC and has enjoyed performing since he was very young. He initially began training in musical theater, but loved his first experience on a film set so much that he shifted direction. Aiden began taking on camera-acting classes at the age of nine and has appeared in numerous short films, including “Lou,” the lead role in “In Hiding,” “Always There,” “Lee’s Choice,” “Thumbs Up,” “Book Box,” “Jeremy Tanner is a Sicko,” “The Sock Paradox,” “Home”and “Written.”
Aiden has most recently been cast as a lead in an upcoming feature film is scheduled to shoot on location in Argentina. His other feature films include Dan Starling’s art film “The Chorus” and Pristine Entertainment’s “The Glove”.
Aiden has trained in acting with Athena Russell, Julian LeBlanc, Josette Jorge and Jeff Gonek, and done audition coaching with Laura Adkin and Sarah-Jane Redmond. He has also trained in voice acting with Brent Halfyard. Aiden received a 2015 Joey Award nomination for his voiceover work in the animated short film “Written.” He also earned a 2015 Joey Award nomination for “Lou” and won a 2016 Young Entertainers Award in Hollywood for “Lou” as well. Aiden has been nominated for a 2016 Joey Award for the lead role in “Always There.”
Aiden is a quick study and enjoys school very much, especially science and technology. His favourite subjects are physics (particularly quantum physics) and advanced math. He speaks basic French and Spanish and enjoys fishing, horseback riding, taekwondo and water polo.
Aiden is also passionate about bringing awareness to rare forms of cancer due to a very personal experience. When Aiden was only 7-years-old, his mom was diagnosed with stage 4-Appendix Cancer. Thankfully she survived and is now cancer-free, but at the time it was incredibly challenging. Together, Aiden and his mom wrote a children’s picture book named “Bellybuttonless” to help other families going through it. Aiden won a “Most Inspiring Story” award at the 2016 Everiathing Wall of Stars Awards Night in Vancouver in acknowledgment of his dedication and charitable work in this area.
Aiden is available for interviews and personal appearances, upon request, and is represented by Lissa Lloyd of Lloyd Talent 604-589-7559 firstname.lastname@example.org