|Born||in Chicago, Illinois, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Adam has been acting since age 5. He studied with such luminaries as Byrne and Joyce Piven (who calls him one of their "shining lights"), Stella Adler, David Mamet and William H. Macy. Adam moved West from Chicago in 1997.
While taking his shots at Film and Television, he frequently appeared on stage in Los Angeles. He was a founding member of LA's acclaimed Sacred Fools Theater Company and serves on their Board of Directors.
In 2002, Adam received a Garland Award Honorable Mention for his performance in "Heaven" at Sacred Fools in Los Angeles, CA.
Following the sudden death of his father (renowned artist Richard Bitterman) in 2012, Adam moved back to Chicago.
In 2017, Adam won the Chicago Theater Award for Best Actor for his role as "Charley" in "Death of a Salesman" at Redtwist Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, and that same year was nominated for a Non-Equity Joseph Jefferson Award for his role of "Mick" in "The Seedbed," also at Redtwist.
He continues to act on stage and screen.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Official Website