Say Hi to, Aeron!
Aeron Lloyd-Booth has been performing from a young age with his debut being one of the worlds most loved ‘McDonalds’ adverts. Aeron soon took the world of acting by storm, he later appeared in such programmes as ‘Coronation Street’, ‘Heartbeat’, and commercials for ‘The OXO family’, ‘Walkers Crisps, and many more.
Aeron then went to train in Musical Theatre at ‘Bury College’ and then moved on to ‘Phil Winston’s Theatreworks’ and later finished his training with the ‘Young Americans’ in Los Angeles, USA. Aeron has since gone on to backing dance for pop sensation ‘Inaya Day’ on programmes such as ‘Top of the Pops’ and ‘CD UK’.
In 2005 Aeron took the England dance team over to Los Angeles to compete against the 52 states of America and 15 other countries, safely securing 2 medals under his belt. In 2006, he took to the stage with one of the countries most loved programmes ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, where he partnered world champion ballroom dancer Nicole Cutler and worked under the direction of ballroom phenomenon; Anton De Beke and Arlene Phillips.
In 2007 Aeron moved to France to work as a dancer at ‘Disneyland Resort Paris’ where he worked on the parade and shows to millions from around the world. Since then Aeron has achieved qualifications in R.A.D (Royal Academy of Dance) and is now an associate member of the UKA (United Kingdom Alliance of Professional Teachers of Dance).
Aeron’s dance credits include performing as a backing dancer for ‘Steps’ sensation Lisa Scott-Lee. He has also worked with other artists such as; Katherine Ellis, Amanda Wilson, ‘Bucks Fizz’, Rachel Stevens, ‘East 17’ and Jamelia to name but a few. Aeron said ‘the best part of this job is seeing the students having a good time, and watching them grow as performers and even move on to stage school or work within the dance industry.