Adam Devereux


Adam is a native Irish actor based in Dublin.

In post-production is “THE TITANS THAT BUILT AMERCIA” a six-hour four-part miniseries docudrama for the History Channel in which Adam is cast in the role of ‘Ford Engineer’. Airs May 31st 2021.

Screen credits also include the supporting role of ‘Brady’ in the BBC/STARZ production ‘DUBLIN MURDERS’, ‘Lannister Scorpian Commander’ in the penultimate episode of ‘GAME OF THRONES’ directed by Miguel Sapochnik, the featured recurring role of ‘Lorcan’ in RTE Television’s ‘CANT COPE WONT COPE 2’ (Netflix) directed by Imogen Murphy, ‘Stengl’ in Ian Power’s IFTA award nominated film ‘THE TATTOO’, and a role in the Academy Award winning short film ‘STUTTERER’ directed by Benjamin Cleary.

Adam has performed in theatre’s in London, Edinburgh and Dublin, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and multiple Dublin Fringe Festivals. His theatre credits include: Conflcted Theatre’s ‘NEON WESTERN’ in the Samuel Beckett, Sunday’s Child’s ‘OVERSHADOWED’ in London’s Theatre 503, for which he was named a standout by ‘A Younger Theatre’ in 2016 and the 5-star rated 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival show “NUCLEAR FAMILY” from Fever Dream Theatre Company.

Adam is a co-founder of the theatre company, ‘NOTORIOUS YOUTH’, chosen in 2020 as part of the Fringe Lab’s Fringe50, an artist sponsorship program and received a mentorship from ‘THIS IS POP BABY’