June 15, 1934
Aron Tager is an artist, poet, and actor, who trained as an actor in his youth, but followed his love of painting, sculpting, and poetry for 25 years alongside his wife, fellow poet Ann Page. At the age of 57, Tager shifted gears and took on his first television acting role with a small part in the crime drama "Urban Angel." The following year he made his film debut in the French Canadian drama "Requiem pour un beau sans-coeur." Tager quickly became a successful character actor, and accrued over 100 roles in television and film in less than 20 years. Tager's wife also took up acting, and the two managed to work together in several projects including the drama "Mothers and Daughters," the crime drama "Sweet Killing," and the adventure series "Adventures dans le Grand Nord." Over the years, Tager has built a reputation in his adopted homeland as a reliable supporting actor, and has worked on a number of notable productions, including: the horror series "Are You Afraid of the Dark?," the biopic "Rocky Marciano," the superhero blockbuster "X-Men," and the family series "Jane and the Dragon"