Writer and Actor in Los Angeles, California
Look for Adam as PRESIDENT JOHN ADAMS in LIBERTY at the AMERICAN REVOLUTION MUSEUM in Philadelphia, opening in 2018.
See Adam as JOHN "PATHFINDER" FREMONT in HISTORY's THE FRONTIERSMEN, produced by LEONARDO DiCAPRIO, airing in 2018.
See Adam now as PLAYBOY Editor A.C. SPECTORSKY in AMAZON ORIGINAL "AMERICAN PLAYBOY: THE HUGH HEFNER STORY".
Adam is a proud new member of BAFTA Los Angeles.
Adam recently starred in DIAL "M" FOR MURDER at the Group Repertory in his Los Angeles stage debut. From the StageRaw review by Dana Martin:
"Then in walks Adam Jonas Segaller as Tony Wendice, and the play springs to life. Segaller is the kind of actor who pays close attention to detail, who isn’t afraid of bold specificity, and who makes his scene partners look like geniuses... Dial S for Segaller."
Adam is a Los Angeles-based British-American actor and television writer. He is part of a writing team with the award-winning, nationally produced and published playwright Jonathan Fitts. Both are represented by Ian Greenstein of The Gersh Agency. You can watch his reels at the link above.
Adam was seen worldwide as Andrew Carnegie in all episodes of the History Channel's Emmy-winning miniseries THE MEN WHO BUILT AMERICA.
He appeared on PBS and in his first theatrical release in the documentary ONE P.M. CENTRAL STANDARD TIME, narrated by George Clooney.
Adam has appeared in commercial spots for Nikon, Verizon, ESPN, Xfinity, Prudential and the NFL among many more.