Adam is Jewish. He was born in New York City and has written and acted mostly for the internet. Not porn, but definitely not Netflix either.
His first short film, "A Roommate Short" played at several festivals you probably never heard of. He served as a staff writer and actor on the digital series, "The Age of Insecurity" (Adriano Valentini Productions). He also served as a staff writer and actor on the digital series, "Little Italy, Los Angeles" (Winner: Best Web Series, 2018 HollyShorts Film Festival). His short documentary about his father, "Harv," won the 2017 Greenwich Village Film Festival and 2018 Inwood Film Festival. More recently, his short film, "Adam Adamson: Licensed Realtor" (C Minus Productions) made its festival premiere at the IFC Center in New York (Winner: Best Actor, 2020 New York City Short Comedy Film Festival).
Adam can be seen in the newly released digital series “How to do Sh!t with Guido Gagootz,” which premiered on Channel 101: NY. Recent producing credits include the newly released short film, "The First Time I Saw You" and the upcoming short film, "Giant" on which he also served as Assistant Director. His latest short film, “A Best Man” is a grant recipient of the inaugural Inwood Art Works Filmmaker Fund Award.
Adam currently lives with himself in New York City. He is rep'd by no one.