Victor Aaron was born September 11, 1956 in Odessa Texas as Victor
Aaron Ramirez. He graduated from Permian High School in Odessa.
Afterwards, he moved to California and became an actor.
He was a Native American actor of the Yaqui tribe and the original voice of John Redcorn on
King of the Hill, which
was taken over by Jonathan Joss in the show's second season
following Aaron's death September 4, 1996 in a traffic collision.
The King of the Hill episode "The Order of the Straight Arrow" is
dedicated to his memory.
Aaron also appeared in several films from 1993 to 1996 including
Geronimo: An American Legend, Silent Fury, The Sunchaser and
Bulletproof. On television he had roles in Burke's Law, A Perry
Mason Mystery, The Rockford Files, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Dead
Man's Walk and Crazy Horse.
Victor was the grandson of the famous West Texas boot maker, Jose
Ramirez, who founded Ramirez & Son's Boots in Odessa.