|Adam Scott Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 9 in|
|Date of Birth||April 3, 1973|
Adam Scott is an American actor, comedian, producer, and podcaster who is best known for his role as Ben Wyatt in the sitcom Parks and Recreation (2010-2015). He is also noted for starring in the films Step Brothers (2008) and The Vicious Kind (2009). As a producer, Adam has also contributed to several shows such as Fox’s Ghosted and the comedy TV series Party Down (2010). The incredibly talented and hilarious actor also runs a podcast called U Talkin’ U2 To Me along with writer Scott Aukerman. He has also amassed a huge fan base with more than 2 million followers on Twitter and more than 600k followers on Instagram.
Adam Paul Scott
Santa Cruz, California, United States
Adam completed his studies from Harbor High School. Later, he went on to study at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles.
Actor, Comedian, Producer, Podcaster, Director, Screenwriter
- Father – Dougald Scott (Biology Professor)
- Mother – Anne Quartararo Chambers (Special Education Teacher)
- Siblings – Shannon Scott (Sister), David Scott (Brother)
- Others – Howard Donald Scott (Paternal Grandfather), Marion G. McIntosh (Paternal Grandmother), Salvatore Vincent Quartararo (Maternal Grandfather), Nancy V. Skiles (Maternal Grandmother)
Adam is represented by –
- William Morris Endeavor Entertainment
- Rise Management
- Wendy Heller Law
5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
70 kg or 154.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Adam has dated –
- Naomi Sablan (1998-Present) – Adam and film producer Naomi Sablan met for the first time in 1998 in their early 20’s at a bar in Sunset Boulevard. Later, the couple started dating each other and in 2005, the couple got married. At that time, the couple lived in Lake Hollywood and they had their first child a daughter named Frankie Scott and later, had a 2nd child named Graham Scott.
Race / Ethnicity
He has Scottish, Dutch, Irish, English, far off French ancestry on his father’s side and has Italian and Sicilian ancestry on his mother’s side.
Salt and pepper beard
Adam has appeared in the commercials for many brands including Smirnoff and Volkswagen.
Best Known For
- Starring in several films such as Step Brothers (2008), Sleeping with Other People (2015), The Vicious Kind (2009), and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)
- Being cast as Ben Wyatt in the comedy sitcom Parks and Recreation (2010-2015)
Adam made his feature film debut as Joe in the drama-based movie Cityscrapes: Los Angeles in 1994.
First TV Show
He made his first TV show appearance as Dan Bird in Dead at 21 in 1994.
As a voice actor, he made his debut in The People vs. Martin Sugar episode of American Dad! in 2010.
Adam Scott Favorite Things
- Movies – The Godfather (1972), The Godfather Part II (1974)
- Thing To Do As Actor – Work with friends
- TV Shows – Simon & Simon (1981-1989), Saturday Night Live, Monty Python’s Flying Circus (1969-1974)
Adam Scott Facts
- He was raised by his mother in Santa Cruz.
- Adam’s mother and father legally separated from each other when he was still a child.
- In 2014, he started the Earwolf podcast U Talkin’ U2 To Me with comedian and actor Scott Aukerman.
- In the 2nd grade, he had invited the Star Wars legend Mark Hamill to his birthday party.
- Adam is a huge fan of the band R.E.M and enjoys listening to the albums Up (1998) and Accelerate (2008).
- Actor Paul Rudd and Adam have been good friends for a long time.
- In the past, he had auditioned for a role on the sitcom The Office.
- He had once, pitched a comic video to the Former President of The United States, Barack Obama to promote healthcare.gov.
- He earned himself the name “Spanky” due to the lack of interest that he showed towards sports during teenage years.
- Growing up, he was part of the Little League Baseball, but he mostly preferred to sit the game out on the gym.
- On karaoke nights, Adam enjoys singing Billy Joel‘s Scenes from an Italian Restaurant (1977).
- His childhood influences were actor Harrison Ford and Steve Martin. However, in his teenage years, he looked up to actors James Spader, Al Pacino, and Albert Brooks for inspiration.
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