Adam Smith Jr. is an Artist/Practitioner living in New York since 1997. He is an actor, singer, director and producer. Originally from St. Louis MO, Adam spent most of his early years moving around the US and Canada. Spending time in several different cultures; Adam created several characters and became fluent in dialects and accents. After theatre training in college he moved to NYC and worked for over 7 years on Wall Street, though he had no training in finance. In 2007 he returned to the stage full-time; theatre remains his first passion. Most recently he starred to critical praise in the roles of Father Markus in the Nordic Drama winner for Best Play, The Fundamentalist by Juha Jokela and in '10 starred as Matthew in the character centric play: Miracle Day by Tom Sime Off Broadway, a role written for him by Sime. Additionally, He has performed all over New York Stages, Regional Theatre and Tours.
Name: Adam Smith Jr.
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Actor, Performance Coach, Singer, Stunt Performer, Theatre Director and Voice Artist