Adam is an American actor, who is best known for his roles as Lucas Newsome in the NBC series State Of Affairs, Charlie Keys in the Steven Spielberg produced mini-series Taken (2002), Parker Abrams on Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) and Ethan on Dawson's Creek (1998) where his and Kerr Smith's characters shared the first gay kiss on a one-hour drama in network history.
Adam has worked steadily in television, starring in pilots for ABC (Brookfield (1999) written by Josh Schwartz, Metropolis (2000) opposite Michael Ealy), WB Bloomington, Indiana written by John Ridley, FOX (The Only Living Boy in New York (2000) opposite Jill Clayburgh and Kate Walsh) and UPN (Beck and Call (2004) opposite Jordana Spiro), and doing recurring and guest roles on Without a Trace (2002), NCIS (2003), Melrose Place (2009), Veronica Mars (2004), Mad Men (2007) and _The Client List_. He's also starred in a number of TV movies , including Hallmark Hall Of Fame's Loving Leah (2009) opposite Lauren Ambrose, Lying to Be Perfect (2010) opposite Poppy Montgomery, Perfectly Prudence (2011) opposite Jane Seymour and the upcoming The Thanksgiving House (2013) opposite Emily Rose.
In 2006 Adam starred in Rogue Pictures feature film Altered (2006) written and directed by Eduardo Sánchez (The Blair Witch Project (1999)). His other feature credits include Come Away with Me (2005) opposite Mariangela Melato and Final Sale (2011) opposite Ivan Sergei and Laura Harris.
Adam lives in Los Angeles with his son Jackson.