• Adam Fergus is an Irish actor born on 24 September 1979
• He attended University College, Dublin and the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin
• His movie credits include 'Inside I'm Dancing', 'Grandpa Speak to Me in Russian', 'Satellites & Meteorites', 'Happy Ever Afters' and 'The Garden'
• He has also appeared in several television series, including 'Proof', 'Trouble in Paradise', 'The Clinic', 'Being Erica', 'XIII: The Series', 'Love/Hate', 'Clean Break', 'Scandal' and 'Supernatural'
• He has a net worth of over $2 million
Who is Adam Fergus, the “Supernatural” star? Wiki Bio
Adam Fergus was born in Drogheda, County Louth Ireland, on 24 September 1979, so his zodiac sign is Libra and he holds Irish nationality. Adam is an actor who rose to prominence after portraying Adam Fitzpatrick in the “Being Erica” TV series.
Early life and education
Adam was raised in Laytown, a village close to his birth city, by his father who was a recruitment specialist and his mother who was a nurse. He doesn’t have siblings, and spent most of his free time with his mother who is a huge fan of the film industry – the two would often watch movies and TV series together, thus Adam’s interest in acting.
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He joined his elementary school’s drama club, appearing in several school plays, and started thinking about a career as a professional actor after enrolling at high school. He was mostly focused on acting and appearing in theatre plays, but was also physically active playing soccer and basketball with his friends.
Upon matriculation, Adam enrolled at Clongowes College, transferring to University College, Dublin after a year, and while there was a member of the Imperial College Dramatic Society – Dramsoc. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2002, and then in 2003 enrolled at Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin.
After graduating, Adam worked several jobs for a couple of years while attending auditions and making his way up in the film industry. He made his debut film appearance in “Inside I’m Dancing” shot in 2004, while his next role only came three years later, in “Grandpa Speak to Me in Russian”, and was praised for his performance. He subsequently starred in “Satellites & Meteorites” in 2008, for which he and Amy Huberman won a Fort Lauderdale Film Award for best on screen couple, and he went on to appear in “Happy Ever Afters” and “The Garden” in 2009.
He portrayed Dave in the short film entitled “A Weekend in Venice” in 2010, and Mark in “Dublin in Pieces” in 2012, and was then praised for his performance in “What If” in 2013. He took a three year break from acting, spending time with his family and working other jobs, returning in 2016 to star as Sullivan in “I.T.”. His latest appearances in films have been in “The Professor and the Madman”, “Call of the Wild”, and “Why Not Choose Love: A Mary Pickford Manifesto”, all released in 2019.
He is also a stage actor, having appeared in several plays at the Gate Theatre in Dublin, such as “The Home Place”, “The Illusion”, and “Great Expectations” among others.
TV Series appearances
He made his debut TV series appearance in 2004, portraying a reporter in two episodes of “Proof”, while his next role came three years later in “Trouble in Paradise”. In 2008, he played Robert in “The Clinic”, and then gained recognition after portraying Adam Fitzpatrick in 24 episodes of “Being Erica”, which follows Erica and her both enemy and hero Dr. Tom who is a therapist. In 2011, he was invited to appear in “XIII: The Series” and in “Love/Hate” in 2013, and in 2015 Adam could have been seen playing Frank Mallon in “Clean Break”, and Prince Richard in “Scandal”.
In 2016, he began playing Mick Davies in “Supernatural”, appearing in six episodes of this drama fantasy horror TV series, which follows two brothers who are fighting supernatural monsters and demons. Two of his most recent roles have been in “Lykkeland” and “Striking Out” in 2018.
Love life and relationships. Is he married?
Adam has had numerous girlfriends, as he stated in an interview he gave to the website blastingnews.com. He has also talked about how romantic he is, and how he enjoys making romantic gestures.
There were rumors circulating the internet that Adam was dating Amy Huberman after the two seemed rather close at the Fort Lauderdale Film Awards event in 2008, however, they addressed the rumors stating they were only good friends, as Amy was already seeing Brian O’Driscoll at the time – she married him in 2010. Adam isn’t married and is currently single, although there are rumors that he might actually be in a relationship, as he was recently spotted in Dublin spending time with a mysterious girl.
Hobbies and other interests
Adam enjoys spending his free time outdoors as he is very sporting – some of his favorite sports are soccer, snowboarding, and golf. He learned how to ride horses at the age of 15, while he has been taking classes in several martial arts since he was nine years old. He also plays tennis, football, goes skiing, and is a cyclist. Adam started learning how to play the guitar when he was 11, and after meeting a girl who knows how to dance the tango on the set of a movie they were both shooting for, she taught him how to dance, and he has been dancing it since then, going to clubs at least once a month.
He has his own favorites when it comes to famous actors and actresses, and these are Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Natalie Portman, while some of the movies he enjoys watching the most are the “Godfather” trilogy, “Scarface”, and “Leon The Professional”. He is a big lover of animals, preferring cats over dogs.
Appearance and net worth
Adam is 40 years old. He has short brown hair and green eyes, is 5ft 10ins (1.78m) tall, and weighs around 165lbs (75kgs). As of early 2020, his net worth is estimated at over $2 million.