Who is Adam DiMarco? Wiki Bio
Adam DiMarco was born in Oakville, Canada on 14 April 1994 – his zodiac sign is Aries and he holds Canadian nationality. Adam is an actor, perhaps best known for his portrayal of Gavin, one of the lead characters in the comedy family film “Radio Rebel” released in 2012, directed by Peter Howitt and which also starred Debby Ryan and Sarena Parmar. The film follows high school student Tara, who is a radio DJ known as the Radio Rebel – it won its writers Erik Patterson and Jessica Scott a Humanitas Prize for Children’s Live-Action Category.
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Childhood and education
Adam was raised alongside his brother Michael and his sister Tausha in Oakville, by their parents who were both theatre actors. Motivated by them, Adam decided he wanted to become an actor as well, and his parents often took him to the theatre to watch them perform.
He attended a local elementary school in Oakville, where he was a member of its drama club, and was also physically active as he played both football and soccer. After completing elementary school, Adam’s family moved to Vancouver, Canada so that he could work on his acting career, and he enrolled at Vancouver Film School at which he studied alongside Tanaya Beautty and Iain Belcher, with whom he appeared in “Radio Rebel”. Adam was also a member of the Vancouver Theatre Sports League, and upon matriculation in 2012 decided not to enroll at a college but to rather focus on his career as an actor.
Roles in movies
Adam made his debut film appearance in 2010, when he portrayed the Teenage Mannequin in the short comedy film “Fourth Date”, which starred Gabe Beisetzer, Tom Belding and Darren Borrowman, and which is about two people who go on a date in an abandoned museum where mannequins are alive and try to kill them. A year later, Adam played Alalos in another short movie – “Lotus Eaters”.
He went on to play the supporting character Chet Browne in the comedy movie “Do Something with Your Life”, directed by Darren Borrowman, but the movie passed by rather unnoticed. Adam’s following role was in the romantic film “Kiss at Pine Lake”, in which he portrayed the 15-year old Tommy. The year 2012 saw him play the supporting character Cody in the crime thriller movie “A Killer Among Us”, which starred Tess Atkins, Tom Cavanagh and Boris Kodjoe and which is about a girl who is helping a police detective find her mother’s assassin. It won an award and was nominated for one other. In 2013 Adam appeared in the movie thriller “Kill for Me”, which follows two roommates who are planning a murder, and in the same year, he portrayed Alex Brandon in the mystery thriller movie “After All These Years”, which starred Wendie Malick, Andrea Martin and Martha Burns, and is about a woman who, after being accused of killing her ex-husband, tries to find the real killer herself.
Three of Adam’s following roles were in the romantic comedy film “Words and Pictures” in which he played Swint, the comedy “Leap 4 Your Life” in which he portrayed Jake, and the romantic comedy “Date and Switch” in which he appeared as Jared.
In 2014, Adam portrayed Adam Thompson in the comedy family fantasy movie “Zapped” which starred Zendaya, Chanelle Peloso and Spencer Boldman, about a girl who cannot adjust to her mother being married again, and having more children than just her. the movie won five awards and was nominated for another. He played Ben Stanley in the horror thriller film “Girl House” as well as Jesse in the romantic comedy “What an Idiot” before being invited to star as Zach in the crime fantasy mystery film “My Life as a Dead Girl” which also starred Cassandra Scerbo and Keegan Connor Tracy and which follows a teenager who pretends to be a girl who was recently murdered.
Adam appeared as Berkowitz in the film “Christmas Truce”, directed by Brian Skiba but which didn’t attract much attention. The year 2016 saw him appear in the critically acclaimed science fiction action adventure movie “Star Trek Beyond”, the thriller film “Mommy’s Secret”, and the comedy movie “Marrying the Family”.
In 2017, Adam was Josh in the comedy film “Last Night in Suburbia”, which gained little attention. He also portrayed Joe in the crime mystery movie “Site Unseen: An Emma Fielding Mystery”, and the following year reprise his role as Joe in the film “Past Malice: An Emma Fielding Mystery”. He also played Caden in the comedy movie “Secret Millionaire”, which follows a very rich man who is planning on building a local park, while his son falls in love with a woman who is protesting against its build. In 2019, Adam again reprised Joe in “Emma Fielding: More Bitter Than Death”, and two of his latest roles in movies have been in the short crime film “Father Neptune”, directed and written by Erik Horn, and the short drama movie “Recess: Third Street” in which he portrayed Randall Weems.
Roles in TV series
Adam made his debut TV series appearance in 2011, when he portrayed David in the episode “My Imaginary Friend” and Mike in the episode “The Perfect Brother” of the action adventure series “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour”, which proved popular in the US as it won 26 awards and was nominated for 54 others. In 2012, he portrayed Kirby Nystoruk in 14 episodes of the series “Arctic Air”, which follows pilots living and working in Yellowknife in the north of Canada. The series won two awards and was nominated for 23 others.
Adam guest starred as Aidan in the episode “Freaks and Geeks” of the fantasy horror series “Supernatural”, which starred Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles and which was a huge success as it won 37 awards and was nominated for 121 others, including three Primetime Emmys.
His following role was in the comedy mystery series “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” in 2014, in which he portrayed Billy James in a single episode. He went on to play Daniel in the episode “Where Is My Mind?” of the action series “Rush” and in 2015, then Andrew and Young Peter in two episodes “Victor” and “Peter” of the fantasy horror series “The Returned”, which was nominated for two awards. The same year saw him guest star as Wade in the episode “St. Luke’s” of the fantasy mystery series “Proof”, which starred Jennifer Beals, David Sutcliffe and Edi Gathegi, and which is about a doctor who knows what happens to people after they die. Adam also portrayed Eddie in two episodes of the romantic series “Cedar Cove”.
The year 2016 saw Adam appear as Asher David in the episode “From Darkness, the Sun” of the science fiction series “Second Chance”, while he also portrayed Josh Martin in the episode “The Dead Hand” of the crime mystery series “Motive”, which was a big success winning 14 awards and becoming nominated for 70 others.
In 2017, he played Marvin Fieldman in two episodes of the mini-series “When We Rise”, which is about the gay rights movement in 1969 in the US, and the following year saw him play Miles in two episodes of the comedy series “Life Sentence”, and Tom Dern in a single episode of the comedy crime series “Olive Forever”. He went on to guest star as Zack in the episode “Manic Pixie Nightmare” of the critically acclaimed fantasy series “Charmed”, before he was invited to star as Randall Carpio in 10 episodes of the fantasy horror series “The Order”, about a college student who finds himself in the middle of a war between dark magicians and werewolves.
Two of Adam’s latest roles in TV series have been in the episode “Chapter Nineteen: The Mandrake” of the fantasy horror series “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” in 2019, and 14 episodes of the fantasy mystery series “The Magicians” in 2020, which starred Stella Maeve, Hale Appleman and Arjun Gupta, which follows several college students who find out that magic is real.
Love life and relationships? Is he gay? Is he single now?
Adam has been keeping details of his love life hidden from the media’s attention, and hasn’t talked about any girls he might have dated, which is why there are rumors circulating the internet about the famous actor being gay. Some of his fans have stated to have seen him spending time with a mysterious man on several occasions, and the fact that Adam is working as a model has only contributed to the spread of these rumors. He also portrayed a gay character in the movie “Date and Switch”, in such a way that people started to believe that he was gay in real life.
However, it is believed that Adam was in a long-term relationship with his high school sweetheart for over six years before splitting their ways.
it’s the only good pose https://t.co/1cKEnELmGL
— Adam DiMarco (@adamdimarco) May 12, 2020
Some say that Adam wasn’t popular back then, and that he decided to leave his girlfriend after becoming a famous actor.
Adam is currently single, hasn’t married, and has no children.
Hobbies and other interests
Adam’s main hobby is modelling and although he has been working as a model for years now, he has stated that he could never imagine being a full-time model, and only does it as a hobby. He is a big lover of animals; his favorites are cats, but he is also a lover of horses and is a rider. He has several training sessions at the gym each week, and is following a strict diet thus his muscular body, and he can play a variety of sports such as football and tennis, while he also knows how to ski and snowboard.
Adam is keen on travelling and has been all around the US to shoot for his movies and TV series, while he has vacationed in Europe on multiple occasions, staying in countries such as Greece and Italy.
He is keen on watching movies late at night, and some of his personal favorite actors and actresses are Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and Angelina Jolie, while some of his favorite movies are the trilogy “The Godfather”, “Taxi Driver”, and “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – the Cradle of Life”.
Appearance and net worth
Adam’s net worth has been estimated at over $1.5 million as of June 2020. His hair and eyes are brown, and his height is around 5ft 11ins (1.8m). Adam’s age is 26.