An American Actor born in Kansas City and raised in Chicago, Aria Emory graduated from Marquette University with a BA in Broadcasting and is a former member of the Repertory Theater Company, Playhouse West, a West Coast division of Sandy Meisner's Neighborhood Playhouse. Some of his acting accomplishments include writing and starring in the stage play "Made in America", which ran for 3 months and was chosen as A Pick of the Fringe Winner at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. He also played a supporting role in "The Knockout Game" that was selected into the short film corner of the CANNES International Film Festival. Aria starred in and co-wrote the short film "Fuel Junkie" and the feature film "Drifter". He is currently studying screen acting at the Drama Centre in the University of the Arts London.