Adam Donshik

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Adam Donshik (born June 12, 1974 in New York City) is an American actor, musician, artist and graphic designer.


Adam Donshik was born in New York but grew up in Connecticut. He attended Carnegie Mellon University where he intended to study Cognitive Neuro-Psychology. Two years into the degree Adam wised up and auditioned for Carnegie's prestigious College of Fine Arts. Four years later (six in total), Adam graduated with a BFA in Acting and drove across the country in 2 1/2 days to settle down in Los Angeles. For 12 years, he worked as an actor while studying with Milton Katselas at The Beverly Hill Playhouse. In 2010 he auditioned for and was accepted into the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Academy for Classical Acting at the George Washington University. Adam spent a year exploring and performing classical texts and working with prominent Artistic Director Michael Kahn. He graduated with his MFA in May 2011 and is now living and working back where he began, in NYC.

As an actor, Donshik's career has led him to work with directors Milton Katselas, Forest Whitaker, Charles Haid, Dwight Little, Gene Reynolds and actors Katie Holmes, Michael Keaton, Skeet Ulrich, Kiefer Sutherland, Howard Storm, Ron Livingston and Joseph Ruskin.

Donshik also continues to forge careers as a graphic designer, artist and musician.


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