Aaron Bryant: 8 things to know about Charity Lawson’s ‘The Bachelorette’ bachelor

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Aaron Bryant is one of Charity Lawson’s Final 4 bachelors on The Bachelorette’s twentieth season, and he’s hoping to receive a rose after hometown dates.

Aaron B. is a 29-year-old software salesman from San Diego, CA, and Charity thought he was “a charmer” on Night 1.

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Aaron B. almost immediately won the approval of Charity’s beloved older brother Nehemiah Lawson, and he also received the first one-on-one date of the season with Charity.

Charity felt an early connection with Aaron B. and considered him to have serious husband potential, but then Aaron took it upon himself to step into this “protector” role for The Bachelorette star, bringing drama to Charity’s attention and warning her — multiple times — about Brayden Bowers’ actions in the house.

After Brayden self-eliminated from the show, he and Aaron B. even got into a screaming match.

Aaron B. redeemed himself during a wilderness group date in Washington that resulted in Charity and himself spending some time at a kissing tree, but he wasn’t asked on a second one-on-one date.

Aaron B. therefore lamented to the cameras about how he’s holding onto something that happened with Charity four weeks prior, which he said actually felt like six months.

Aaron B. told Charity that being apart from her in New Orleans was one of the hardest weeks of his life, but he said his memories with Charity were helping him get through the tough parts of the process.

Will Aaron B. and Charity continue to grow their connection, or has it diminished to the point of no return?

Until viewers find out what happens next between Aaron B. and Charity, let’s dig in and get to know this bachelor a little better right now.

Below is a list of eight facts Reality TV World has compiled about The Bachelorette Season 20 contestant Aaron Bryant.

ABC says Aaron is “a great catch”

Aaron’s smile lights up every room he walks into, and he wears his heart on his sleeve, according to the network.

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Aaron prides himself on being passionate, understanding, patient, and a self-proclaimed hopeless romantic.

He is a big promoter of loving oneself and walking with confidence.

Aaron is also a self-taught musician. He taught himself how to play the violin and piano.

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Aaron went to college in New Orleans, LA

Aaron graduated from Tulane University — A.B. Freeman School of Business on a full scholarship in 2015.

Aaron was a double major in Management and Marketing. He was also a member of Alpha Kappa Psi Inc.

He made the American Athletic Conference All-Academic team and managed to get a 4.0 GPA. He also consistently achieved a minimum 3.0 GPA from 2013-2015 while keeping busy as a student athlete.

The Bachelorette bachelor is a former football player

While in college, Aaron played Varsity Football and was a two-time football team captain.

In his free time, Aaron loves listening to Tyler, the Creator’s music; reading James Patterson novels; and enjoying some delicious Cajun food.

Aaron also once served as a football coach for the Boys and Girls Club of America for a few months.

Aaron says he is truly ready to find his perfect match

Aaron hopes his future wife will be outgoing, emotionally intelligent and thoughtful.

Based on his hobbies, Aaron presumably hopes that his partner will join him on hikes and appreciate his hobby of taking photographs.

After his last long-term relationship didn’t work out, Aaron is excited for the chance to fall in love again.

Aaron wrote on Instagram, “What’s luv got to do with it? Everything.”

While ABC introduced Aaron as a software salesman, he’s apparently a realtor

According to Aaron’s LinkedIn account and Instagram bio, The Bachelorette bachelor is a realtor.

Aaron worked for Paycor full-time from June 2022 through March 2023, and before that, he served as a sales representative for Cintas.

Aaron also previous held down jobs for Health IQ and United Rentals.

Aaron describes the kind of love he’s looking for

Aaron apparently looks forward to the normalcy of day-to-day love — the kind that exists naturally without all the bells, whistles and glamorous dates like on The Bachelor.

Aaron told BachelorNation.com that he’s been searching for that “Sunday morning type of love.”

He added, “Whether hungover or just lazy on Sunday morning — you love that person unconditionally.”

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The Bachelorette suitor once competed on an ABC game show

Aaron revealed on Instagram that he appeared on the ABC game show, The Final Straw, back in 2022 with a teammate.

Aaron posted some photos of himself filming the show, which is hosted by Abbott Elementary actress Janelle James.

Aaron apparently walked away with a cash prize and was “grateful” for the opportunity.

Charity admits Aaron damaged their relationship with drama talk

Charity admitted on the July 27 episode of the “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast that Aaron B. talking about Brayden Bowers during their alone time together actually hurt their romance rather than helped it.

“We don’t have a lot of time, and so our conversation started to shift just from us growing our connection to now focusing on the Brayden stuff,” Charity said.

“So that’s when I was like, ‘Okay, we’re not getting a whole lot of time,’ so I felt like our connection was starting to get to a pause. And then that’s where it was concerning for me.”

Charity suggested that Aaron B.’s focus on the other guys’ behavior came back to bite him.

“I saw him on the trajectory of truly going all the way, and then it’s like, ‘I don’t know where this [drama talk] is taking us,'” Charity admitted.

“It was kind of confusing for me in that moment, so I will say I don’t really appreciate it… I felt like I reiterated not to bring anything up to me unless it was a severe issue.”

Charity said she didn’t really understand Aaron B. and Brayden’s feud until Brayden started rubbing the other guys the wrong way as well.

“[Drama] takes up too much time in the conversation and we don’t have all the time in the world,” Charity concluded.

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About The Author:
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski

Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.

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