Stand-up comedian: Over the past eight years Adam has honed his act to suit any room, due to the diverse venues he has found himself in. Be it a festival, a comedy club, or a corporate function, his act seems to work anywhere on the bill.
“An entertaining and skilful comedian!” (Time Out)
“Cracking Act!” Dr Fox (Capital Radio)
“Really funny” (Ricky Gervais)
Television warm-up man: Adam has covered the spectrum while heating up studio audiences, from coffin dodgers on ‘Open House’ with Gloria Hunniford, to the outlandish lager louts on Channel 5’s ‘Night Fever’.
No stranger to being on the other side of the camera himself, he has appeared on The Warehouse (Carlton), The Dream Team (Sky One), Casualty (BBC 1), Trust (ITV), Live At Jongleurs (Paramount), The Leaflet (BBC2), The Bill (ITV), Lovejoy (BBC 1) and The Real Dating Show (Channel 4) to name but a few.
“You were bloody excellent!” Karen Kopstick (Producer at Carlton Television)
“I can’t believe you got them to laugh.” Gloria Hunniford (Presenter)
At the 1997 Edinburgh Festival Adam wrote and performed with Mitch Benn, the surprise sell-out hit ‘The A-Z of Comedy.’
‘Crow had the audience in stitches!’ Scotland on Sunday.
‘Crow handled the room slickly and confidently while leaving enough room for spontaneity.’ The Scotsman.
‘Great interview, great guy.’ Griff Rhys Jones.
Presenter: Adam co-hosted a pilot for Channel One called ‘After Midnight’, had his own spoof Sunday slot for BBC Radio Cambridge and presented a forum style interview with Griff Rhys Jones for Martin Cassini Productions. On ‘The Real Dating Show’ Adam distributed pearls of wisdom as one of the show’s relationship experts; he has also recently finished working on a pilot for Vision Zone Productions to be screened on B-Sky-B. Pirate TV is Adam’s most recent outing on the television and is due to be screen towards the end of 2005.