J. Todd Adams

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J. Todd Adams
Born 1960s
Occupation Actor
Years active 1995–present

J. Todd Adams is an American stage, film and television actor who lives and works primarily in Southern California.

Adams attended Brigham Young University where he was a student in the theater and film program. Some of his first professional roles were with the annual Utah Shakespearean Festival in Cedar City, Utah. He also studied at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco.

Stage[edit]

Most of Adams' roles have been in live theater. He has performed with the Utah Shakespearean Festival, Park City Shakespeare Festival and the Actor's Repertory Theatre Ensemble (ARTE) in Utah; the American Conservatory Theater, the San Francisco Theatre Project, and the Aurora Theatre Company in Northern California; and the Los Angeles Opera, the Pasadena Shakespeare Company, The Evidence Room, and A Noise Within in Southern California. Also, He most recently was a part of Shakespeare Santa Cruz, in 2009 portraying Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Marullus in Julius Caesar; and in 2010 playing Costard in Love's Labour's Lost and Montano in Othello.

Film[edit]

Adams voiced the character of Chi in the feature film Warriors of Virtue. He also appeared in the films Bounty, Slumlord, My Bad Dad and The Flyboys.

Television[edit]

Adams has appeared in episodes of Gilmore Girls and The West Wing.

Other work[edit]

Adams performed the audio book editions of Fight Club and We Were the Mulvaneys.

Awards[edit]

Adams won two Drama-Logue Awards: one for his portrayal of Will Draper in The Dead Boy at the San Francisco Theatre Project, and one for portraying Lt. Ralph Clark in the Pasadena Shakespeare Company production of Our Country's Good.

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