Born in Chicago, IL. Education: New York University, B.F.A.; trained at Piven Theatre Workshop and Stella Adler Conservatory.
Agent—Kristene Wallis, Wallis Agency, 4444 Riverside Dr., Suite 105, Burbank, CA 91505.
Actor and voice performer.
Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Marcotti, Things Change, Columbia, 1988.
Young bodyguard, Homicide, Triumph Releasing, 1991.
Prediction fan, Colin Fitz (also known as Colin Fitz Lives!), Baby Shark/River One Films, 1997.
First cop, Without Charlie, Shangri-La Entertainment, 2001.
Venice Beach, HIP Films/Harborough Road Productions, 2001.
Friendly Criminal (short film), Instant Films, 2002.
Portrait (short film), Instant Films, 2002.
(Uncredited) Bounder, Buying the Cow, Destination Films, 2002.
The Stockholm Syndrome (short film), Instant Films, 2003.
Dr. Desperado, The Masked Champion IV (short film), Instant Films, 2003.
Boris, The Road to Canyon Lake, Red Dot Distribution, 2004.
James, Deception (short film), Instant Films, 2005.
Lobito, Boardwalk Poets, Hollywood Wizard, 2006.
Freddy, Lucid, 2006.
First cop, Look, Captured Films/Meteor Productions, 2007.
Film Work; Automated Dialogue Replacement:
(Uncredited) Good Will Hunting, Miramax, 1997.
D-Tox (also known as D-Tox—Im auge der angst and Eye See You), Universal, 2002.
House of Wax, Warner Bros., 2005.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Hot dog vendor, Denial (also known as Something About Sex), CBS, 1998.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Anatoly Carpathian, "The Fourth Carpathian," Early Edition, CBS, 1998.
Man, "Lucky Day," Becker, CBS, 1999.
Gachnar, "Fear, Itself," Buffy the Vampire Slayer (also known as BtVS, Buffy, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Series), The WB, 1999.
Slick, "The Kid," The Huntress, TNT, 2000.
Male cafeteria worker, "My Unicorn," Scrubs, NBC, 2004.
David "Curly" Moran, "Driver Ed," Veronica Mars, UPN, 2005.
David "Curly" Moran, "Cheatty Cheatty Bang Bang," Veronica Mars, UPN, 2005.
David "Curly" Moran, "Plan B," Veronica Mars, UPN, 2006.
David "Curly" Moran, "Not Pictured," Veronica Mars, UPN, 2006.
Appeared in Los Angeles area productions in multiple roles, Burning Chrome, Sacred Fools; as George, Cops, Steve Allen Theatre; in multiple roles, Crime Scene, Sacred Fools; as Bulltrotter, Drums in the Night, Wolfskill Theatre; Barbantius, The Emperor and the Queen, Sacred Fools; the Mad Hatter, The Fatty Arbuckle Spookhouse Revue, Sacred Fools; Dr. Artemus, TheFictionist!, Sacred Fools; Bingo, Goose & Tomtom, Sacred Fools; Fyodor, Heart of a Dog, Lillian Theatre; Karl, Heaven, Sacred Fools; Old Bigre, Jacques and His Master, Sacred Fools; Lord Fengo, Mad Boy Chronicle, Twenty-Fourth Street Theatre; Mayor Shanks, Metaluna, Zoo District; Shylock, A Pound of Flesh, Sacred Fools; and Moe Perlman, Tuesday, Sacred Fools; appeared in Chicago area productions as Johnny the priest, Anna Christie, Next Theatre; Les, Bouncers, Next Theatre; Uncle Harry and Martin, Cloud 9, Contemporary Theatre; Detective Holihan, Landscape of the Body, Contemporary Theatre; Chester Rowdy, The Last Pennant Before Armageddon, City Lit Theatre; Sam Vettori, Little Caesar, Organic Theatre; Henry, Mud, Contemporary Theatre; Clegg, Owners, Lifeline Theatre; Accipitor, Riders of the Purple Wage, City Lit Theatre; Dr. Dorn, The Seagull, Big Game Theatre; Clarence Baliwick, The Shirt, Directors Fest; and Sergeant Bell, Women and Water, Big Game Theatre; appeared in Atlantic Theatre Company productions as party guest, A Boy's Life, policeman, Knuckle, and Gretzl, Stage Door, all New York City.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Official Magazine, summer, 2000, p. 61.
Adam Bitterman Official Site,http://www.cville.com/members/adam, April 29, 2007.
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