Born on June 20, Adam Rothenberg is an actor originally from Tenafly, New Jersey. He was raised in a large family, having two brothers and three sisters. He had appeared on stage a variety of times, especially in New York Theater. He played Lord Darlington in the Oscar Wilde play Lady Windemere’s Fan in 2005, at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts. He also made an appearance in other productions like The Wooden Breeks and the revivals of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea and Birdy. His regional theater credits include playing Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire. Rothenberg was also seen once more at the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s productions of Mother of Invention and A Steady Rain.
In 1999, Adam Rothenberg was seen in short drama Modern Young Man, written and directed by Harris Smith. His next project was starring and producing the 2003short Coyote Beach, which deals with the battle of the sexes. It was directed by Markus Griesshammer and also starred Sarah Desage. Rothenberg then moved on to television, playing Chris Benini in The Jury in 2004. He then landed a role in the TV drama Damages before being cast in two episodes of Conviction. He was also in Misconceptions, and soon landed a feature film role in Mad Money. His character was as Bob Truman, and he co-starred with actresses Diane Keaton, Katie Holmes and Queen Latifah. The film received mixed reviews, but Rothenberg was not discouraged. He soon pursued a role in Law & Order and then decided to go for another film, Tennessee in 2008. It was produced by the acclaimed Lee Daniels, and Rothenberg played Carter opposite Mariah Carey, Lance Reddick, Bill Sage and Ethan Peck. Rothenberg was soon given a role in the CBS series The Ex List. He played the endearing Augie, a long time listener to Bella Bloom’s, the lead character, woes. He was cast alongside Elizabeth Reaser, Rachel Boston, Alex Breckenridge and Amir Talai.