Illinois native, Aarron Loggins, didn't allow being hard of hearing to limit him from learning American Sign Language by the age of three. His ability to tell stories with his hands and body led Aarron to join and perform with several groups such as, Wild Zappers, National Deaf Dance, Gallaudet Dance and Theater Company, and become the founder of a deaf step team called, Da Jump Back. He has also blossomed as an actor and has been featured across theater, television, and film.
He is a premier entertainer and advocate/activist for the deaf and hard of hearing community. In 2019, he performed the National Anthem during Super Bowl LIII with Grammy-Award Winner, Gladys Knight, along with rising star duo, Chloe X Halle.
In 2014, Aarron won Mister Deaf United States and went on to become the first African- American to win Mister Deaf International. He has two nicknames called as "Deaf King" and "Mr. International".
He's now working to form a future foundation called Believe In YOURSELF to encourage people around the world. In Fall 2019, he will release his book, "My Struggle, My Succss".
Aarron holds a degree in Theater Arts from Gallaudet University.