|Birth Name||Adam R. Sinclair|
|Height||6' (1.83 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Adam grew up in the Scottish town of East Kilbride, where he attended the local East Kilbride rep theater company - the same starting point for fellow Scots, actor John Hannah.
His passion for acting lasted throughout his childhood and he was accepted to Glasgow's prestigious RSAMD, straight from high school. Following in the footsteps of other notable Scots actors like Billy Boyd, David Tennant, Daniela Nardini and Robert Carlyle, he graduated, after three years, with a BA in Acting.
His first professional job came along, while still in his final year, when he appeared in the famous Kings Theatre Panto, with Elaine C. Smith and the late Gerard Kelly. He was also spotted during his last year at college and picked to star in Channel 4's fictional boy-band Mocumentary, Boyz Unlimited (1999), with 'James Cordon'.
After spending some time in London, where he formed his own theater company, "Jockney Productions", and wrote his first play, "Disintigration", he was cast in the movie, To End All Wars (2001), an epic POW film set during World War 2. Filmed in Hawaii with a stellar cast, including Kiefer Sutherland, Robert Carlyle and James Cosmo, this film also introduced Adam to his future wife, Michelle Kath, who was visiting her stepfather, Kiefer Sutherland, on the set.
After To End All Wars (2001), Adam returned to the UK and appeared in many television series, including Hollyoaks: Movin' On (2001), As If (2001), Holby City (1999) and, perhaps most memorably, as the bleached-blonde air steward "Will O'Brian" in Mile High (2003).
After a few years of dividing his time between London and Los Angeles, Adam and Michelle were married in Edinburgh and, eventually, settled in Los Angeles in 2005.
Since then, Adam has worked on a variety of US television and film projects, including Painkiller Jane (2007), with Kristanna Loken, National Lampoon's Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj (2006), The Summit (2008), with Christopher Plummer, Rachelle Lefevre and James Purefoy, the award-winning The Day of the Triffids (2009), with Dougray Scott, Eddie Izzard and Joely Richardson.
2011 looks set to be the biggest year for Adam to date. At the end of 2010, he beat off stiff competition to land his first leading film role, as "Lloyd Buist", in the adaptation of Irvine Welsh's critically- acclaimed novel, "Ecstasy". This highly-anticipated movie, Ecstasy (2011), also starring Kristin Kreuk (Smallville (2001)) and Billy Boyd ("Lord Of The Rings"), will be released, internationally, at the end of 2011.
In another starring role, Adam recently became a father for the second time to baby Quinn Sinclair, a little brother for six-year-old Hamish Sinclair.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Wire Media
|Michelle Kath Sinclair||(6 May 2004 - present) ( 2 children)|