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Based in LA, Adam’s recent TV credits include: the recurring role of Mick Davis on SUPERNATURAL (Warner Bros), ROOTS (History), SCANDAL (ABC) and he recently wrapped filming a recurring role on forthcoming LYKKELAND (aka State of Happiness) (Maipo Films). In Ireland he most recently appeared in season 2 of Striking Out (RTE/Acorn). His recent film credits include Her Dark Past, I.T., What If and The Professor and the Madman.
Adam appeared in the series regular co-lead role of Adam in series 3 and 4 of BEING ERICA, produced by Temple Street Productions for CBC, Soapnet (USA) and BBC Worldwide. The series aired on CBC, Soapnet in the USA and aired on E4 and across Europe, in over eighty territories over all. He also appeared in a guest lead in the new series of XIII opposite Stuart Townsend which aired on Canada’s Showcase channel and on Canal Plus in France in 2011.
Born in Drogheda, Ireland, Adam trained at the Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin. In theatre Adam has appeared in Kilt at Andrew’s Lane, A Midsummer’s Night Dream at the Civic Theatre, Tallaght and The Illusion in the Project Arts Centre. Adam first appeared in the Gate Theatre, Dublin as Con Doherty in Adrian Noble’s acclaimed production of Brian Friels’ new play The Homeplace with Tom Courtenay which had a hugely successful West End transfer at the Comedy Theatre, London and he went on to appear as Pip in Great Expectations at the Gate Theatre, Dublin. Adam appeared as Tom in Rachel West’s production The System in the Project Arts Centre, Dublin and as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Adam also appeared as Stephen in Thesis directed by David Parnell for Guna Nua Theatre Company in the Civic Theatre, Dublin and on tour. Adam’s most recent Dublin theatre appearance was as Azolan in Les Liaisons Dangereuses directed by Michael Barker Caven at the Gate Theatre Dublin.
Other film and television credits include: Proof (RTE) and Declan in Damien O’Donnell’s feature film Inside I’m Dancing with James McEvoy. Adam appeared as series lead Seamus Doogan in Trouble in Paradise a new TV mini-series produced by Great Western Films for RTE2. Adam subsequently appeared in the leading role of Daniel in Satellites and Meteorites, an independent Irish feature written and directed by Rick Larkin for iWire films. Adam appeared in a series regular role in season six of The Clinic for Parallel Films/RTE and appeared as Arthur in new independent Irish feature Happy Ever Afters written and directed by Stephen Byrne for Newgrange Pictures.