Adam Pearce biography Adam Pearce is from Portsmouth, England. He has appeared in various theatrical productions since his drama school days, increasingly becoming a famous name in the West End. Training: A recipient of the 2005 Musical Award, Adam went to The Guildford School of Acting, achieving a 1st Class BA Honours Degree. He also spent 4 years with the National Youth Music Theatre. Theatre: He has numerous theatre credits to his name. He played Griffin in Alice in Wonderland at the West Yorkshire Playhouse); an ensemble and understudied Peron in Evita at the Adelphi Theatre; Baker, ensemble, understudied and played Jacob in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Adelphi Theatre; Ensemble and understudied Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd at The Adelphi Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre; Office Barrel, understudied and played Cladwell in the Original UK Cast of Urinetown at St James Theatre; originated the role of Squelch in the Original Production of Love Never Dies at the Adelphi Theatre; originated the role of Crabbe in the Original Production of The Light Princess at the National Theatre; Max Von Meyerling in Sunset Boulevard in the UK Tour; King Aethelstan in Knights of the Rose at the Arts Theatre; Ensemble, understudied and played Javert and Thenardier in Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre; Agustin Magaldi in Evita at the Open Air Theatre, and Hotep in The Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre. He was also in A Tale Of Two Cities (Brighton Theatre Royal) Workshop: Adam has worked in Love Never Dies, From Here To Eternity, Eugenius and Prurience (National). Film: He appeared in the Working Title of Les Miserables as Brujon. Music: His recordings can be heard in Evita, A Tale of Two Cities, Love Never Dies, Sweeney Todd, Eugenius, The Light Princess and the Les Miserables film soundtrack.