Adam Garcia is a famous Australian tap dancer and actor. Read this biography to learn more about his profile, childhood, life and timeline.
Adam Garcia is a famous Australian tap dancer and actor of half Colombian origin. His role in the film Wilde marked the beginning of his career as an actor. He also appeared in ITV dramas and in comedy dramas. He took part in the West End dance show as well. His major films include Coyote Ugly, Bootmen, Riding the cars with boys etc.
Adam Gabriel Garcia, popularly known as Adam Garcia, was born in New South Wales, Australia. He is of half Columbian descent; his father is from Columbia. Garcia was enrolled in university when he got a chance to become a part of the ‘hot Shoe Shuffle’, which toured Australia and then shifted to London. Garcia then stayed in London, acting in West end Musicals.
Early Life & Career
In 1997, Garcia got an opportunity to act in the film ‘Wilde’, a film based on the life of Oscar Wilde. After this he took up the role, Tony Manero in the stage adaptation of ‘Saturday Night Fever’. In 1998, with the success of the Bee Gees song ‘Night fever’, Garcia attained 15th position in UK singles chart. In the year 2000, he did a role, Sean, in a film titled Bootmen, based on Tapdogs. In 2004, he acted in a film titled ‘Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, in which he was casted alongside Megan Fox and Lindsey Lohan. In the movie he played a drunken rock-star who according to one of the characters in the movie is ‘a better poet than Shakespeare.’
In 2008, he ventured into another segment of entertainment, ITV dramas. He became a part of a comedy drama, ‘The Hen Do’. In 2012 he worked in ‘Kiss me Kate’, directed by Trevor Nunn. Till date, Garcia had been a part of many prestigious projects and currently, he is working in an Indie film titled ‘A Woman Called Jab’.
Coyote Ugly, 2000.
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, 2004.
Doctor Who – "The Christmas Invasion", 2005.
Mister Eleven (TV drama), 2009.
1973: Adam Garcia was born on June 1 in South wales, Australia.
1997: Garcia got an opportunity to act in the film ‘Wilde’, based on Oscar Wilde’s life.
1998: Garcia attained 15th position in UK singles chart.
2000: He worked in a film titled Bootmen, based on Tapdog.
2004: He acted in a film titled ‘Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen’.
2008: He ventured into another segment of entertainment, ITV dramas.
2012: He worked in ‘Kiss me Kate’, directed by Trevor Nunn.