Adam Silver is an actor and producer.
He recently shot a role in the Untitled Dan Gilroy Project for Netflix.
Earlier this year, he appeared in Shakespeare in Love at South Coast Repertory, and before that produced and starred in the critically acclaimed west coast premiere of Ike Holter's play Exit Strategy.
"Silver's tiered portrayal - as an ambivalent man, trying too hard and too often to please - anchors the story" -LA Weekly
"Silver delivers a deftly toned performance...he excels in playing a character whom anyone sensible would love to have a drink with" -Stage Raw
"Silver once again proves himself one of the most dynamic, engaging actors in town"
-Stage Scene LA
He's worked in tv and film: Transparent, Masters of Sex, NCIS, The Great Indoors, Community, Torchwood, Wedding Band, Californication, Sorta' Horny.
He's worked in the theatre internationally, regionally, in his hometown of Chicago, and in Los Angeles. Notable stage includes: Bad Jews (German Premiere at The English Theatre Frankfurt, also at Ensemble Theatre Company in Santa Barbara), Hit the Wall (which he also produced, for Sixth Avenue and The Los Angeles LGBT Center), Sons of the Prophet (The Blank Theatre), and Stupid Fucking Bird (Ovation nomination, The Theatre @ Boston Court).
He founded and runs Sixth Avenue, a Los Angeles-based collective of artists who create theatre, film, art, parties and events.
Adam was born and raised in Chicago, where he received his degree in Cultural Studies from Columbia College.