Adam Huss

Adam Huss

Growing up in New York, Adam Huss had an eye on acting, eventually attending Binghamton University in upstate New York to study drama underneath a former Juilliard professor. After finishing his undergraduate degree at the turn of the millennium, he headed west to Los Angeles to chase his dream of acting. In the beginning, it was filled with one-off guest roles in shows ranging from soap operas like "The Bold and the Beautiful" (CBS 1987-) and "Days of Our Lives" (NBC 1965-) to shows such as "Monk" (USA 2002-09) and "Everwood" (The WB 2002-06). He was also a fixture of low-budget horror flicks, including "Demon Slayer" (2003) and "Lethal Eviction" (2005). His first starring role was in the comedy "Wannabe" (2005). In the mid-2000s, Huss was even a Radio Disney DJ that went by the handle "Big City Kid" (or BCK for short). But that wasn't his ideal landing spot, and after a few years, he went back to focusing on acting, appearing in guest roles in more shows in 2012, including "NCIS: Los Angeles" (CBS 2009-). Shortly after, Huss landed a major role on the drug-focused crime drama "Power" (Starz 2014-). During the early days of "Power," he also starred in the web series "The Bar" (2015).


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