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Adam James

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Adam James

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Resumé

Adam James is a London based actor.

Since graduating from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Adam has worked consistently in TV, film and on stage.

He is currently filming 'Belgravia', a Julian Fellowes-penned six-part limited series for ITV and EPIX from Carnival Films, the makers of 'Downton Abbey'. He will soon be seen in the second series of “Deep State" for Fox TV/Epix.

His extensive TV credits include 'Eric, Ernie & Me', 'King Charles III', 'Doctor Foster', 'Drifters', 'Grantchester' and 'Band of Brothers'. Adam's film credits include 'The Kill Team', Head of M17 in 'Johnny English Strikes Again' and 'Hunter Killer' alongside Gary Oldman and Gerard Butler.

Notable theatre credits include 'Shipwreck' (Almeida), 'Girl from the North Country', 'Consent' (National) and 'King Charles III' (National).

He is the winner of the Lucille Lortel Award for his performance in 'The Pride' in New York for which he was also Drama Desk Nominated. Other nominations include "Best Newcomer" for the Manchester Evening News Awards and "Best Supporting Actor" for both the What's on Stage Awards and the David di Donatello Film Awards.

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