Dedicated and versatile, hard-nosed yet vulnerable, actor Adam Marsh works hard to imbue authenticity and connection within each role.
Raised by a single mother in the low socio-economic Northern Suburbs of Melbourne, Adam takes pride in developing as an actor from an area where see options to do.
Graduating from 16th Street Actor’s Studio in 2016, Adam has been tutored by esteemed teachers like Elizabeth Kemp, Carl Ford, Alkinos Tsilimidos, Kim Krejas, Justin Lehrman and Bronwen Coleman, as well as taking classes at Melbourne Actor’s Lab, Howard Fine, Actor’s Performance Studio & Screen Actors Australia.
Adam has taken part in plays and performances for Melbourne International Comedy Festival & Melbourne Fringe Festival, finding himself playing the lead in a play that travelled regionally across Australia to the far reaches of Norfolk Island.
Continuing to have a deeper & richer pool of experiments to draw inspiration from, Adam is a working professional Director and Cinematographer, as well as enjoying writing & painting in spare time.