|Includes subcategories relating to Aaron Eckhart.|
|Birth name:||Aaron E. Eckhart|
|Date of birth:||March 12th, 1968|
|Place of birth:||Cupertino, California|
|1st Sci-Fi:||Aliens in the Family: Meet the Brodys|
Aaron Eckhart is an American film and television actor born in Cupertino, California on March 12th, 1968. Aaron got his start in science fiction in an extremely unlikely place. He played an unknown and uncredited role in the "Meet the Brodys" episode of Aliens in the Family.
Aaron's film credits include playing Doctor Josh Keyes in the 2003 film The Core, a character named Rethrick in Paycheck (released that same year) and Sergeant Michael Nantz in Battle: Los Angeles in 2011.
Aaron Eckhart has also branched over into the superhero fantasy genre. In 2008 he played Harvey Dent, aka Two-Face in the 2008 film The Dark Knight, which is the second of three films in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy.
Having played a scarred good guy who turns bad, Aaron decided to try his hand at playing a scarred bad guy who goes good. Aaron Eckhart was cast to play the lead role of Adam in Stuart Beattie's I, Frankenstein on Friday, October 7th, 2011. The film was eventually released on January 24th, 2014. 
Body of work
|The Core||2003||Doctor Josh Keyes|
|The Dark Knight||2008||Harvey Dent|
|Battle: Los Angeles||2011||Sergeant Michael Nantz|
|Aliens in the Family||Meet the Brodys||Unknown|
Notes & Trivia
- Aaron Eckhart broke his upper left arm while filming Battle: Los Angeles, but continued filming his scenes without a cast.
- While filming I, Frankenstein, Aaron Eckhart feared suffering a neck injury during a fight scene when he was struck upon the back of the neck with a Kali stick. 
This article relates to actors or production crew members pertaining to the Frankenstein multimedia franchise. This template will categorize articles that include it into the Frankenstein/Crew members category.
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