Adam Garcia

Name: Adam Garcia ( Adam Gabriel Garcia )
Born: June 01, 1973
Age: 47 years old
Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
Height: 178 Feet
Occupation: Adam Garcia
Tags: actor
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  • Horoscope: Gemini
  • Net worth: $5 000 000
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Fathers name: Fabio Garcia
  • Mothers name: Jean Balharry
  • Education: Knox Grammar School Sydney University
  • Hair color: Brown
  • Eye color: Blue
  • Match marriage: married
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    Adam Garcia: biography

    Australian-born actor Adam Garcia, currently residing in America, has started building his career by acting in various musicals. In recent years, he not only appeared in numerous movies and TV shows, but served as a judge of dance and singing competitions. Let’s know what we have to tell you about the celebrity!

    Childhood and youth

    Adam Garcia's birthplace is New South Wales. He was raised in the family of Fabio Garcia and his wife, Jean Balharry. Adam is of Colombian roots. His dad was a notorious drug lord while his mom worked at a local clinic. There is an idea Elias Garcia, a Spanish artist, was Adam’s relative. However, it has not been proved.

    As a kid, he was sent by the parents to take learning lessons. Having enrolled at a university, he didn't complete his education – he dropped out of the educational establishment for the sake of playing in the musical Hot Shoe Shuffle. Alongside his colleagues, the actor traveled around Australia with the play.

    Movie career

    1997 is thought to be the beginning of Adam Garcia's career. So, his first role was in the picture entitled Wilde – he portrayed Jones. The following year, the celebrity was seen playing (and working as a creative director) in Saturday Night Fever. In one episode he performed with Kylie Minogue singing the song ‘Better the Devil You Know’. Alongside its cast, Garcia also toured the country until 2000. For his appearance there he received several awards and nominations.

    Besides, in 1998 Garcia released a cover of the track named ‘Night Fever’ by Bee Gees. Two years later, he acted as a protagonist in the movie under the name Coyote Ugly. Later, he was cast of Bootmen directed by Dein Perry – he portrayed a leading character. In 2003 he voiced a character of the movie Kangaroo Jack. The following year was marked by Garcia's appearance in the picture Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen – he co-starred there alongside Megan Fox and Lindsey Lohan. Garcia portrayed Wolff, a junkie musician.

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    Adam 'Assault' Garcia, Justin 'Silly' Fargo, Bryan 'Apathy' Zhelyazkov and Patrick 'Aches' Price

    2006 brought the actor a role of Fiyero in the movie Wicked. Kerry Ellis was his colleague. In 2008 the celebrity added Mr. Eleven and Britannia High to the list of projects he has taken part in. As for the year 2010, then Garcia starred on the show premiered in England named Got To Dance – he served there as a judge until 2014. In 2011 Garcia announced he would star in the picture entitled The Hen Do – but the project has never been shown on screens. The next year, fans could watch Garcia acting as a secondary character in Kiss Me, Kate – the musical.

    Besides, Garcia took part in the recording of the situation comedy named Threesome – it premiered on screens in October 2011. Later the celebrity was invited to judge contestants of Dancing with the Stars. Speaking about his recent projects, the star also worked as a judge of Dance Boss.

    Adam Garcia’s net worth is evaluated at $5 million.

    Personal life

    Adam Garcia has a wife named Nathalia Chubin – they had been dating for several years before tying the knot in March 2015. Their wedding ceremony was held in London.

    Earlier, Garcia was reportedly linked with his colleague Piper Perabo. The two broke up for unknown reasons.

    Filmography

    • Wilde (1997)
    • Bootmen (2000)
    • Coyote Ugly (2000)
    • Kangaroo Jack (2003)
    • Love's Brother (2004)
    • Riot at the Rite (2005)
    • Standing Still (2005)
    • House, M.D. (2009)
    • Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

    Awards and nominations

    • Best Actor in a Musical (1999)

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