|Birth Name||Adam Brix Schächter|
|Height||5' 10¾" (1.8 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Danish actor Adam Brix was born in Denmark in November 1978 and he is the son actress Birte Tove. Adam began playing small roles in feature film productions such as Kampen om den røde ko (1987) and Jydekompagniet (1988) as a young boy. Soon enough, he landed roles in a couple of Danish TV-series, such as Ugeavisen and later Gøngehøvdingen (1992) as the boy Palle. He did his first part on stage in Beckett's Waiting For Godot (Betty Nansen Teateret) as The Messenger. A couple of years later, he had his first adult-role as the young man Robert Hartmann in the Danish drama series Hvide Løgne (1998-2000). As a kid he began training Jujitsu, and when he was a young man he started practicing Kungfu. Besides he also wanted to start a career as a stuntman. In 2002 he went to Los Angeles, where he studied at The Lee Strasberg Institute, while training stunts and martial arts. He returned to Denmark in 2005. So Adam continued his work as a grown-up actor in Danish feature film such as the well known Danish movie "Blinkende lygter" (2000). Adam had his stunt-in-movie debut in the short "The Tunnel" (2001) and later he worked together with Martin Spang Olsen on the Norwegian TV-series Svarte penger, hvite løgner (2004). He later had his debut in an American movie, the action-drama Game Over (2004).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Martin Stoltenborg Christensen