Adam Pally

 

Biography

Actor and comedian Adam Pally was born in 1981, and later completed his education at New School University in New York. Soon after, he pursued a career in the entertainment industry. He got his break in 2006, when he appeared on an episode of The Colbert Report. Later on, he received more roles and even landed a part in a film.

In 2008, Adam Pally portrayed the character Freddy Bismarck in the comedy Assassination of a High School President. The Brett Simon-directed film also starred Mischa Barton, Bruce Willis and Luke Grimes.

The next year, the actor booked a role in the dramedy Taking Woodstock. It was directed by Ang Lee, and was nominated for three awards. One was from the Cannes Film Festival, another from GLAAD Media Awards, and finally from the World Soundtrack Awards. Pally then found himself acting with Michael Douglas, Danny Devito and Susan Sarandon in the 2009 drama. Solitary Man. Another film of his was Monogamy, released in 2010.

Around that time, Pally was cast as a series regular in ABC’s fall sitcom Happy Endings. Joining him in the show are Zachary Knighton, Elisha Cuthbert, Eliza Coupe, Casey Wilson and Damon Wayans Jr.