Adam Scott is an American podcaster, an actor, a comedian, a screenwriter and a producer. Adam was born on 3 April 1973 in California. He is the son of Douglas Scott and Anne. He has two elder brothers named David and Shannon. Both of them are retired teachers. Adam completed his graduation from Harbor High School in Pasadena, California. Adam used to learn arts in American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Adam is a huge fan of a rock band called as U2. Adam got married to
in 2005. They have two children.
Highlighting on his career, Adam has done many films. In 1996, Adam played the character of Joe in 'Hellraiser: Bloodline'. Other in 1996 was 'The Last Days of Frankie the Fly' and 'Star Trek: First Contact'. He played the role of Race Track Valet and in the latter one he performed as a Defiant Conn Officer. Adam did many short films like Date Squad, Bleach and Something More. In 2002, he acted as Lt. Terrence Embry in 'High Crimes'. Every year Adam came up with new blockbusters that hit the box office. Other hits were 'The Aviator', which was released in 2004, 'Monster-In-Law' in 2005 and much more. In 2008, his two films released titled as '
' and 'August'. In 2010, he played a character of Jeremy and Novak in '
' and 'Piranha 3-D' respectively. Adam acted in '
' (2012) and 'Our idiot Brother' (2011). In 2011, he had featured in 'Friends with Kids' in the character of Jason Fryman. In 2009, Adam appeared as Caleb Sinclaire in the movie 'The Viscous Kind'. It was the best one from his previous acts. For this film, Adam got nominated as the best actor at the Independent Spirit Awards. He received two awards at two film festivals. In June 2009, he starred in the film named 'Passenger side'. In 2015, Adam produced a comedy film titled as 'The Overnight'.
Adam appeared on many television shows. Adam cast in the series of 'Boy Meets World' as Griff Hawkins. In 2007, Adam performed in a drama show on HBO called as 'Tell Me You Love me'. Then, Adam came up with a series aired on HBO as 'Eastbound & Down'. The TV lovers liked it. In 2010, Adam acted in a comedy series named as 'Parks and Recreation'.
Adam is famous for his podcasting. Adam is the co-host of an 'Earwolf Podcast' show with Scott Aukerman. Adam has been the guest on many different podcasts.