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Adam Garcia

Highest Rated:   71% Wilde (1998)
Lowest Rated:   4% Fascination (2005)
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Birthplace:   Sydney, Australia
Born in Sydney, Australia in 1973, Adam trained at the renowned Capital DanceStudios in Sydney. On finishing his training, he landed a role in the Australianproduction of Hot Shoe Shuffle, which, when brought to the West End, marked hisLondon stage debut. He maintained a strong presence in London theatre, with a seriesof roles including that of 'Young Al' in 'Birdy,' 'Doody' (one of the famousT-Birds) in Grease, the lead in Saturday Night Fever (a Robert Stigwood production)which earned him an Olivier Award nomination, 'Chris' in Marta Emmit's CadillacRanch, and 'Tyler' in the Olivier nominated production Where Do We Live?On film Adam has tackled a wide variety of roles, he played the lead in Bootmendirected by Dein Perry in 2000 and then that same year played the lead male role of'Kevin' in the Bruckheimers Coyote Ugly. He had central roles in The First $20Million Is Always The Hardest for 20th Century Fox, and in Columbia Tristar's Ridingin Cars with Boys, alongside Drew Barrymore. Adam was also the voice of Warner Bros.Kangaroo Jack in 2003 and in 2004 starred as the key male character of English rockstar 'Stu Wolff' opposite Lindsay Lohan in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. Last year saw the international release of Love's Brother in which Adam played thelead role of 'Gino.' Directed by Jan Sardi and also starring Giovanni Ribisi and JoePetruzzi, it won the Crystal Heart Award and the Truly Moving Sound Award at theHeartland Film Festival Indianapolis, and Grand Award and Gold Award for Best Filmat the Houston Film Festival in September. It was also nominated in six categories,including Best Film, at the Australian Film Institute. Also last year audiences sawAdam in Miss Marple: Body in the Library (ITV1 2004). Set in 1950 and he featuredalongside an all star cast including Geraldine McEwan as Miss Marple and TaraFitzgerald, Jack Davenport, Joanna Lumley, Simon Callow and David Walliams.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Assassinato no Expresso do Oriente
  • Italian Fan
2017
16% Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey?
  • Bradley Finch
$5.9M 2014
No Score Yet Riot At The Rite
  • Actor
2013
17% Coming Up Roses
  • Bobby
2012
No Score Yet Mister Eleven
  • Actor
2008
36% Standing Still
  • Michael
2005
4% Fascination
  • Scott Doherty
2005
13% Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
  • Stu
$29.3M 2004
No Score Yet Love's Brother
  • Gino Donnini
2004
11% The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest
  • Andy Caspar
2002
49% Riding in Cars With Boys
  • Jason Donofrio
$29.7M 2001
35% Bootmen
  • Sean
2000
22% Coyote Ugly
  • Kevin O'Donnell
2000
71% Wilde
  • Jones
1998

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet The Code
2014
  • Perry Benson
  • 2014
26% Camp
2013
  • Todd
  • 2013
No Score Yet House
2004-2012
  • Theodore
  • 2010
No Score Yet Hawthorne
2009-2011
  • Nick Mancini
  • 2009

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