As a child, Toronto native Adam Korson made a decision to devote his life to the craft of acting. After graduating top of his class from Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, Korson leaped onto the scene, lending his acting talent to indie films and theatre.
A life-altering eye injury during a hockey game (a true Canadian!) left Korson to deal with a recovery period that took him away from the passion that fuelled his life – acting. This experience ultimately supplied him with the strength and knowledge that he could tackle anything.
Over the years, Korson has had the unique opportunity to play a range of characters from the complex to the downright ridiculous. His film and television credits include roles on the pilot of CBS's smash hit 2 Broke Girls, Michael Sardo's pilot Normal for Lifetime, CW's Emily Owens, MD, Lifetime's The Protector, Breakfast with Scot, ABC Family's Nature of the Beast, and The Contract. Adam is currently starring as the lead role of Harry in Citytv's much anticipated sitcom, Seed, which airs February 4th in Canada.
His theatrical credits include Dan Woolf in Patrick Marber's Closer, Jean Paul Marat in Marat/Sade An Adaptation, The Chairman in the musical The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Isaac Adams in The God of Isaac, and Adam Lipshitz, in the smash hit Jewtopia.
Adam currently resides in Los Angeles.