Aidan Sank was fortunate to attend Circle in the Square Theatre School, graduating in 2011 after being trained by some of the finest professionals in the business. Since graduation, he subsequently recieved furthur instruction at the Magnet School for Improv, while continuing to take voice lessons privately.
As a little boy, Aidan's aim was to be the center of attention and he was famous for his dazzling rendition of the theme song from Winnie the Pooh. Now that he is older, his goals have changed, although “Deep in the Hundred-Acre Wood” is still in his repertoire…
Aidan loves performing Shakespeare, and is determined to make it understandable and accessible for all audiences. He has also branched out into the world of T.V, Film and Voiceover, recently working at the Gateway Gala at Alice Tully Hall. In addition, he has over six years of experience in Jewish cantorial music and is currently working on expanding his repertoire in this field.
In his spare time, Aidan dresses up as Peter Pan and does magic and balloons for kids ages 2-5. True story.
Aidan’s ultimate goal is to have a sustainable career in the arts as a grounded, well-rounded, mature and socially conscious artist. That incredible feeling of joy that he gets when he is inspired by great work is one that he is committed to passing along to others. He is a firm believer in the power of positive thinking and hard work and is determined to strive wholeheartedly towards his objective.