Marty Adams

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Marty Adams
Born
Occupation Actor/Writer/Comedian

Marty Adams is a Canadian television and film actor/writer and comedian.

He began a football program at McMaster University but injured his knee. His sister encouraged him to get involved in a comedy program at Humber College which got him his first major comedy gig in the Facebook of Revelations at The Second City. His last Second City main stage show was "0% Down, 100% Screwed", leaving the main stage on 21 June 2009.

TV appearances include seventeen episodes (as of 25 August 2010) of Video on Trial

Film roles include a mockumentary called Now Magazine The Movie and Saw IV.[1]

References

  1. ^ Humber

External links

  • Marty Adams on IMDb


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