Young actor Aaron Refvem has been working professionally since he was just ten years old, getting his start in a number of short films before landing his first TV role in an episode of "The Cleaner". He also appeared on "Two and a Half Men" and "Grey's Anatomy". Refvem's most notable role to date has been as Morgan Corinthos on long-running soap opera "General Hospital". He appeared on 94 episodes of the show before being recast, which is a common fate for young actors who grow up faster than the show's timeline can move. After his run ended, Refvem went back to making guest appearances on a diverse assortment of shows, including "The Closer" and "Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior". He was most recently seen in a recurring role on the cancelled NBC sitcom "Free Agents". His movie roles have included a part in the 2009 comedy "Opposite Day" and the independent 2011 thriller "Identical". In 2009, he appeared in the premiere of "Séance on a Wet Afternoon", an opera by Steven Schwartz. Refvem also enjoys performing stand-up comedy and singing, and releases videos of his music on YouTube. He lives in Los Angeles and regularly volunteers to do charity work for Ronald McDonald House.