Adam Levy


Alexander Rubin

Born in the beach town of Hoylake, in NW England, Adam Levy studied ballet as a child and at sixteen entered the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art on scholarship. He made his stage debut at age 21 in Herb Gardner’s play, Conversations With My Father. He has appeared in both classical and contemporary works on television, film and theatre, with stints at the National Theatre and with the Royal Shakespeare Company. These include the part of Paris in Peter Stein’s Royal Shakespeare Co. production of Troilus and Cressida; Dauphin in Nicholas Hytner’s National Theatre production of Henry V; and Paulina in Ed Hall’s all-male Propeller production of The Winter’s Tale.

He played Danny DeVito’s nephew in The Sunshine Boys (2012); the villainous Ramon in the West End production of the musical, Zorro (2008); Louis in the revival of Angels in America (2007). As the son of an Israeli father and Russian Jewish mother, Levy brings authenticity to his role as a Polish Jew targeted by the Nazis in I’LL FIND YOU.

Levy’s many credits are divided almost equally among theatre, film and television productions. His most recent feature was Before I Go To Sleep (2014) opposite Nicole Kidman. For television, he took the leading role of Peter in NBC’s 12-part series, A.D.: The Bible Continues (2015). Other television credits include a recurring role in Borgia (2014), Coronation Street (2012), Young James Herriot (2011) and Parade’s End (BBC).