Famous as :Actor
Birth Name :Adam Jared Brody
Birth Date :December 15, 1979
Birth Place :San Diego, California
Claim to fame :As Seth Cohen in TV series "The O.C." (2003)
to shine in the industry. Perhaps it was the constant fortitude of guest starring in some popular TV series, like "Once and Again" (1999), "Family Law" (1999) and "Smallville" (2001) that sent him the next big wave. After standing as Kellen in the blockbuster thriller "The Ring" (2002), he was contracted for seven episodes of Emmy winning series "Gilmore Girls" (2000) as Dave Rygalski, Lane Kim's love interest.
To widen his horizon, Adam hoped that he got a chance to explore his writing skill and so it came true when he finally co-wrote, produced and acted in "Home Security" (2003). Not as earnest as the title, the movie was about having ninja for home security instead of the usual dog guard. And still not moving from comedy, he completed the comical "Grind" (2003) while also was involved in a heart touching drama about war, "Missing Brendan" (2003). The former enabled him to display his ability in skateboarding, just like what he did back in his hometown. His acting got even matured or more precisely excellent in "The O.C." (2003). Chosen as one of the main characters of the series, Adam splendidly portrayed Seth Cohen, the gawky but charming son of ...
Sandy Cohen which played by Peter Gallagher. Seth who seeks love advises from his buddy Ryan Atwood finally wins the heart of a friend's friend named Summer which was played by Rachel Bilson. Seth and Summer's romance entanglement was so vivid and believably sincere that both Adam and Bilson won the 2005 Teen Choice Awards for Choice TV Chemistry. Off screen was no different as Adam fell head over heals for Bilson and the young couple had been dating since the first season of "The O.C."
Accumulating his success on TV, he added big screen records by appearing opposite the sensational duo Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt in the action and romance packed "Mr and Mrs Smith" (2005). Striving higher, he joined the star-studded comedy "Thank You for Smoking" (2005), which is an interesting film about a man supporting smoking culture while becoming the role model for his son at the same time. Working under a newcomer director Jon Kasdan, Adam would be the center of the story of "In the Land of Women" (2007) where he was a young TV writer left devastated after breaking up with his TV actress girlfriend. To achieve this far was a great accomplishment ...