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Hampton Road's Aaron Dalla Villa Shines in Action Thriller "The Wrath of Becky"


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Virginian born New Yorker Aaron Dalla Villa ("Pledge," "Trick") has a supporting role in the action thriller film "The Wrath of Becky,." a sequel to the "Becky" film about a teenager's weekend at a lake house with her father that takes a turn for the worse when a group of convicts wreaks havoc on their lives. In "The Wrath of Becky," Aaron plays the role of DJ, a Neo-Nazi, part of the nationalist militia group called the Noble Men. As of May 26, "The Wrath of Becky" is playing in theaters.

About "The Wrath of Becky": Two years after she escaped a violent attack on her family, Becky attempts to rebuild her life in the care of an older woman - a kindred spirit named Elena. But when their home is broken into, and they are attacked by an extremist group known as the "Noble Men," Becky must return to her old ways to protect herself, her loved ones, and her country. The movie is written and directed by Matt Angel and Suzanne Coote (The Open House). It stars Lulu Wilson alongside Seann William Scott, Denise Burse, Jill Larson, Michael Sirow, Aaron Dalla Villa, Matt Angel, Courtney Gains, Pac Williams, Alison Cimmet, Derek Gaines, John D. Hickman, and Kate Siegel.

Aaron Dalla Villa was born and raised in Suffolk, Virginia, and studied music and dance training at the prestigious Governor's School for the Arts in classical ballet and modern dance. He worked in principal, soloist, and ensemble roles with Nashville Ballet, Elements Contemporary Ballet, and Minnesota Ballet Theatre before moving to NYC.


In NYC, Aaron continued to pursue performance as an actor and has been featured in numerous film, television, and theater projects including a starring role in the feature film "Pledge," a starring role in the feature film "Alpha Rift," (w/Lance Henriksen) a supporting lead in the feature film "All Those Small Things" (w/James Faulkner) (for which he also wrote two songs for), "Trick" (w/ Omar Epps), "Immortal" (w/ Dylan Baker), "Chasing Gold" (w/ Paul Sorvino), a supporting role in the 2023 SXSW feature film "Becky 2: The Wrath of Becky" (w/Lulu Wilson and Sean William Scott) in theaters May 26 2023, "Si Robertson" in the upcoming Duck Dynasty and God's Not Dead backed feature film "The Blind," in theaters fall 2023, the starring role of the tv series, "Duels," a guest star on "FBI," costars on "Gotham," "Madam Secretary," "On The Verge," "Gossip Girl," "Girls5Eva," "Late Night With Seth Meyers," and voiceover work for "Hollister," "Starburst," "Liberty Mutual," and the popular video game series "Earth Defense Force." In addition, he won Best Ensemble Broadway World Long Island 2015 for "Orphans," by Lyle Kessler, directed by James Bonney at the Conklin Theatre. He was also nominated for BEST ACTOR for his work in the award-winning short film "The Fold," directed by Andrew Kiaroscuro.

Aaron in character as DJ in "The Wrath of Becky".


Off-Broadway credits include Bobby in "Seeing You" (dir. Randy Weiner and dir./choreographer Ryan Heffington) and John in "Sleep F$@cking: Revision." NYC workshops include Ponyboy & Ensemble in "The Outsiders" (dir. Danya Taymor), Mephisto in "Life & Trust" (dir. Teddy Bergman and choreography by The Kuperman Bros), and Peter Pan in "Peter Pan" (Broadway Asia, dir. Allegra Libonati). Regional theater roles include Mordred/Squire Dap in "Camelot" (dir. Scott Schwartz/Bay Street Theater), Mr. Mistoffelees in "CATS" (Beef & Boards), and Treat in "Orphans" (Conklin Theatre).


In 2020, when the industry shut down, Aaron decided to explore his musical avenues and now has music available on all platforms under his artist name DALLA VILLA. He has dropped 12 singles so far, which have a combined total of over 350k streams. He recently released the song "Crazy About The Teek Tok," a collaboration with Full Force member, The Legend Paul Anthony, and will be released his first album (a 9-song comedy rap album based on his following sketch characters: meme rapper Tucci Badaducci, Tucci's terrible manager Vinnie Viddicci, and rival rapper Smooth Bobby on April 14, 2023. These characters can also be seen in the 8-episode web series on YouTube, for which he starred and executive produced alongside Logan Riley Bruner (Stranger Things). He is currently developing a one-man show based on his documentary in development, "Bird Boy," and has several other features in development. He is represented by Bonnie Shumofsky of Stewart Talent and Wendy Shepherd of Studio Matrix.com for publicity and brand management.


Aaron Dalla Villa official links:

Official website: http://aarondallavilla.com/



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