Evan Adams

Evan Adams

actor, producer, writer

Evan Adams was born on Nov 15, 1966 in Canada. Evan Adams's big-screen debut came with Toby McTeague directed by Jean-Claude Lord in 1985, strarring Jacob. Evan Adams is known for Indian Road Trip directed by Allan Hopkins, Ajuawak Kapashesit stars as Hank Crow-Eyes and Paul C. Grenier as Cody Kidd. Evan Adams has got 3 awards and 2 nominations so far. The most recent award Evan Adams achieved is L.A. Outfest. The upcoming new movie Evan Adams plays is Indian Road Trip which will be released on Dec 01, 2019.

Evan Adams is from Tla'amin Nation, near the town of Powell River, BC, Canada. He stars in the Emmy-winning TV-movie "Lost in the Barrens" (1990) and its nominated sequel "Curse of the Viking Grave" (1993). Besides numerous episodics like "The Beachcombers" and "Black Stallion", he also appears in the feature film "Toby McTeague" (1986) and his on-stage highlights include the role of Edmund in Women in View's "Lear", Creature Nataways in the Arts Club Theatre's "Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing", and Jamie in Headlines Theatre's "Mamu." Evan stars as Thomas Builds-The-Fire in "Smoke Signals" (1998), written by Sherman Alexie and directed by Chris Eyre. "Smoke Signals" won the coveted Audience Award for best film and the Filmmakers Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival in 1998. He also won Best Actor awards from the American Indian Film Festival, and from First Americans in the Arts, and a 1999 Independent Spirit Award for 'Best Debut Performance'. He continues to work on intermittent, high-profile projects, but is also a medical doctor in Vancouver, Canada.

  • Birthday

    Nov 15, 1966
  • Place of Birth

    Sliammon Reserve, British Columbia, Canada

Known For


3 wins & 2 nominations

L.A. Outfest
Outstanding Actor in a Feature Film
Winner - Grand Jury Award
Film Independent Spirit Awards
Best Debut Performance
Winner - Independent Spirit Award
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