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Adam Pearce

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.



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.


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).


He appeared in the Working Title of Les Miserables as Brujon.


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.