Jun. 1st, 1973
Wahroonga, New South Wales, Australia
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- Favorite authors include: J.R.R Tolkein, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Tom Robbins
- Was in the opening ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games 2000, in the tap dancing sequence.
- Starred as Tony Manero in the stage version of Saturday Night Fever at the London Palladium from April 1998-April 1999. Nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical for this role.
- Started following in 'John Travolta' (qv)'s footsteps by playing Doody in the West End (London) production of Grease. Travolta played the same role on stage. Followed up with the role of Tony Manero. Adam has joking said the he would also play the lead in musical version of "The Boy In The Plastic Bubble".
- He was nominated for a 1999 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award (1998 season) for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance in Saturday Night Fever.
- Attended the same high school as Australian actors 'Hugh Jackman' (qv), 'Andrew Johnston (VII)' (qv), 'Reg Livermore' (qv), 'Hugo Weaving' (qv), writer 'Stuart Beattie (I)' (qv) and radio host 'John Laws (I)' (qv).
- Co-founded the dance troupe that went on to become the internationally acclaimed "Tap Dogs".
- Is one of a number of actors to be photographed by Claire Newman-Williams, including 'Thomas James Longley' (qv), 'Alison Doody' (qv), and 'Ben Barnes (I)' (qv).
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