Pullman’s first dance solos came while attending the Catskills Dance Theater and performing in original pieces by choreographer, Sabine Starr. Concurrently, she also regularly attended the New York Baroque Dance Company and Summer Performing Arts Workshops at the Woodstock Playhouse in Woodstock, NY. Notable performances include Proctors Theatre's production of The Nutcracker with the New York City Ballet, the lead role of Adelaide in Guys and Dolls in various theater troupes throughout the Catskill Region, as well as supporting roles in A Funny Thing Happened on The Way to the Forum, Hello Dolly!, The Matchmaker, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. After signing with talent agency, Innovative Artists in New York, Aria began a career in commercial and theatrical acting and soon made the migration west to Los Angeles to continue her studies through The Actor's Workshop, Upright Citizens Brigade, and private coaching with Kaley Hummel. With many television appearances under her belt (Lucifer, Rescue Me, Once Upon A Time, Life, Jane The Virgin, Revenge, CSI: Miami, All My Children, Girl Meets World), as well as appearances in film (Jersey Boys, Life's an Itch, One Last Thing, The Hoax, HellRide ), Pullman began exploring the production side of things by teaming up with Mothership Productions. Under the direction of Amy Teitter and starring Dechen Thurman, the film, Circle of Death, was released through the production company to small critical acclaim. Since, Aria has gone on to produce several webisodes and shorts on her own, including the rock’n’roll cooking show, Sexy Fried Chicken, after which she named her own production company, Sexy Fried Productions,Inc. She started Out Of Luck ( @Out_Of_LuckShow ) with friend and colleague Alexandra Holden in 2018.