Adam Berry is a young actor from Hornchurch, Essex and has been acting since he the age 14. Before his training at The Drama Centre London, he appeared in films such as About A Boy, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, as well as Goodbye Mr. Chips for ITV starring Martin Clunes.
At 17, Adam trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) under the guidance of the National Theatre's Anthony Banks and went on to play Commander Gomez de Guzman, in Adrian Mitchells translation of Lope De Vegas Fuente Ovejuna. Whilst at RADA, he secured a place at The Drama Centre London and at 18 he spent the next three years of his life undergoing a rigourous Classical Training covering Voice, Movement Psychology, Classics, Music, Singing, and Movement. He was trained by some of the countries finest teachers such as James Kemp, Annie Tyson, Liana Nyquist and Andrew Tidmarsh as well as working with Olivier Award Winning Lighting Designer Mike Robertson.The Drama Centre prepared Adam for diversity as he covered a wide range of roles from Lenny in John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men to Fabain in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. His professional career started whilst he was finishing Drama School having been signed by notable London agent; David Marsden, Director of Sainou London with Paul Martin.
Since completing The Drama Centre London, Adam has gone on to work with Olivier Award Winning playwright, Simon Stephens and Olivier Award and Whatsonstage.com Award Winning Director Dominic Cooke at The Royal Court Theatre London. He featured in an Army Recruitment Commercial which was on a National Media Release, appearing in The Metro Newspaper, Nuts and Zoo Magazine as well as The Sun. He also played the lead in a film called "Own Worst Enemy" Directed by David Tucker, and played a Serial Killer in a straight to DVD Film release called "Dead Lucky" Directed by Andi Cooper and Giles Andrews. Adam is still as driven as ever to continue working in devise roles for the devise media's of film, television, and on the stage.