Adam Donshik — Text Coach
Adam Donshik hails from Connecticut and attended Carnegie Mellon University where he intended to study Cognitive Neuropsychology. Two years into the psych degree, Adam transferred into the College of Fine Arts and graduated with a BFA in Acting. After college Adam quickly relocated to Los Angles and spent 12 years working as an actor and studying with Milton Katselas at The Beverly Hill Playhouse. In 2010, Adam moved back East and one year later he received his MFA in Classical Acting from the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at the George Washington University. Some of Adam’s favorite credits include, Arthur/The Tenth Man (LA), Biron/Love’s Labor’s Lost (DC), Fenton/Merry Wives of Windsor (MA). Film and TV credits include “First Daughter,” “The Americans,” “Lie To Me,” “CSI” and recurring roles on the series “Jericho” and “American Heiress.” Additionally, Adam has worked commercially helping to sell cars (Volkswagen, Honda), wireless services (Verizon, Sprint) and everything in between. In 2007 Adam won the Best Actor Award at the Elevate Film Festival for his lead role in “We Were One.” For more information please go to donshik.com.