Adam Sherman began his acting career in middle school when he was cast in the now world-renowned production of "Dear Edwina, Jr.". Although he clearly peaked early from that experience, he kept going for some reason.
After receiving his BFA in Theatre Performance from Chapman University, Adam moved to Los Angeles, where he co-starred in several shows, including truTV's "You Can Do Better" and "Foursome" on YouTube RED.
While in Los Angeles, Adam performed standup at The Comedy Store and Flappers Comedy Club, among other places. He also studied improv at The Groundlings Theatre, where he learned from amazing teachers such as Mindy Sterling, Cathy Shambley-Baer and founder of The Groundlings, the late Gary Austin.
Adam now lives in Chicago, where he continues to perform on screen and on stage (theatre, sketch and stand-up). He appeared in the Goodman Theatre's production of "An Enemy of the People" and his short film "Rat & Mouse" was also chosen as an Official Selection at this year's Portland Comedy Film Festival.
He is also a graduate from the Improv Conservatory at The Second City and is currently in Second City's Musical Improv Conservatory.
Now, if you have read this far, you might be asking, "Why is he speaking in the third person if this is his website?" To be honest, I have no idea...