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One has to be strongly determined and focused, so as to fight off the critics and hurdles that come along the way in ones aim of achieving greatness and a successful career. As someone who many thought to be of no use in the movie scene, Bonnie Aarons is proving all her critic’s wrong. Sometimes all that matters in achieving one’s goal is to know where one fits in, and Bonnie discovered what works for her and is sticking to what she knows to do best. She serves as an inspiration to upcoming actors and actress particularly those who chose to hold to their dreams and persevere. Aarons can be used as an example to illustrate the popular saying “it’s not how far but how well”. See why below.
Bonnie Aarons Biography, Age
Bonnie Aarons is an American actress and writer who is famous for playing one of the major roles in the supernatural horror film The Nun. She was born in the city of Angels, Los Angeles on the 3rd of June 1979. Arons has always dreamt of being an actress and becoming famous since her childhood. In other to achieve this dream she started attending acting school in New York City. Despite her acting talent, she continuously got criticized for her appearance, people would criticize her for her face and her nose and how she would not be of any use in the entertainment industry. But Aarons knew that in other to overcome such critics, she had to continue working towards her dream of becoming an actress.
Bonnie Aarons left the United States for Europe, where she engaged in short films and television commercials. She soon returned to the United States and kicked-off her acting career in Hollywood. Bonnie picked up her first role in an American film in 1994, she was cast as a prostitute in the comedy thriller Exit to Eden but she did not gain much recognition from it and for the rest of the year, she was not involved in another film. Her next role came the following year, where she was cast as Mac in the low budget film titled Caged Heat 3000. In 1996, she featured in the comedy film Dear God as a prophet and in Sweet Jane, Aarons featured as a waitress.
In 2001, she made appearances in three films, in Mulholland Drive as The Bum, in the teen romantic comedy film The Princess Diaries as Baroness Joy Von Trokenand in Shallow Hal as Spastic Friend. She reprised her role as Baroness Joy Von Troken in the second part of The Princess Diaries in 2014 titled The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement. In the previous year, she featured as Verna Frenz in Specter’s Rock.
She continued her acting career in 2006 making appearances in WristCutters: A Love Story as Messiah worshipper and in 2007, she was cast as fat Teena in I Know Who Killed Me. Bonnie starred in Hell Ride as Mud Devils Ref, in InAlienable as the blue-skinned woman and in the sex comedy film One, Two, Comedy as Lastima, all three films were in 2008. Bonnie Aarons featured in the 2009 horror film Drag Me To Hell as mother and daughter at decathlon fest.
The actress continued being cast in minor roles and featured in three films in 2010, as a strange lady in Valentine’s Day, as General Abogados in Dahmer vs Gacy and as Crackeado Bonnie in The Fighter. Two years later, she starred in Silver Linings Playbook as Rocky D’Angelo’s mother. Her next role was in 2015 when she made an appearance as a reporter in Accidental Love.
By 2016, Bonnie began to enjoy the recognition she craved for when she was cast as Valak the Demon Nun in The Conjuring 2. She reprised her role as Valak the Demon Nun in the 2017 horror film Annabelle: Creation, the film is an installment of the Conjuring Universe and a second installment of the Annabelle series. She once again reprised the role in another installment of the Conjuring Universe titled The Nun. Her role in the 2018 Gothic supernatural horror film was her first major role since she started her professional acting career in 1994.
Bonnie Aarons will be cast in two yet to be released films, in Adi Shankar’s Gods and Secrets and in Wizardream as the Crone. The former is due to be released before the end of the year 2018 while the latter is still in production.
Bonnie Aarons: Married, Family, Husband
There are claims that Bonnie Aarons is married but nothing concrete has been heard about her personal life. Meanwhile, the star actress is known for posting several romantic pictures on her Facebook and Instagram pages, we can confirm that she has a thing with Howard Baumer. But it is inconclusive if the two are actually married or just dating.
Aarons has posted several pictures of her big family members on her Instagram page but has not given out any of their names, only that she has a sister.