Adam Klugman

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Adam Klugman
Born Adam Somers Klugman
(1963-07-11) July 11, 1963 (age 53)
Nationality American
Political party Democrat[1]
Parent(s) Brett Somers (1924–2007)
Jack Klugman (1922–2012)
Relatives Leslie Klein (older half-sister)
David Klugman (older brother)

Adam Somers Klugman (born July 11, 1963 on his mother's 39th birthday) is an award-winning[2][3] media strategist and campaign consultant. He and his brother David are the sons of stage, film, and television actor Jack Klugman and actress, singer, and comedian Brett Somers.[4] As a child, Adam appeared with his father on The Odd Couple.[5]

He was a Top 10 finalist in the 2003 “Bushin30Seconds” contest[2] and winner of the 2004 DNC Video Contest[3] with “America's Party”:60.[6] His most recent projects include Mad As Hell Doctors[7] and First Freedom First.[8]

A resident of West Linn, Oregon, Klugman is a liberal and has worked on local elections, including ones for "No Growth" candidates in West Linn and for Oregon Ballot Measure 49.[9] His current project is a new liberal radio show called Mad As Hell in America with Adam Klugman.[10]


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