British actor Adam Green made his stage debut at the age of seventeen in John Godber's "Bouncers" at the Man in the Moon Theater in London. He went on to appear in the BBC television dramas "Pie in the Sky" and "Kavanagh QC". His favorite stage roles include Danny in "Sexual Perversity in Chicago" performed at The Gate in Notting Hill and the character of Grant Foster Simms in the world premier of "Absinthe" directed by Kristin Ellingson at the The Egyptian Theater in Hollywood.
Onscreen, Mr. Green's foray into the horror genre saw his character Josh eaten and eventually morphed into an evil tree in Lionsgate "Haunted Forest". Most recent screen appearances have ranged from goth rocker Sinclair in "Feeding Beaudelaire" to Christ's most trusted disciple Thaddeus in the 20th Century Fox release "Color of the Cross". He was seen as Freudian Professor, Dr. Edward Green in director Clenet Verdi-Rose's "Skyler” and currently stars as the charming, irascible Godfrey in the romantic dramedy "Gala & Godfrey" which won Best Independent Film at the Hollywood Reel International Film Festival 2016 and continues it’s festival journey at the Cleveland International Film Festival.
In addition to starring in and producing “Gala & Godfrey”, Adam is developing a specialty water line from Irish springs (for real!). He is also a writer and producer for interactive children’s books featuring a sparkling cat, focused on children's development and education for ages 0-6 years old.
When not taking over the entertainment and beverage industries by storm, Adam spends most of his time focused on parenting, feeding those around him and becoming a social media understudy.