Adam von Almen is an award-winning SAG-AFTRA and AEA performer that has performed across the US and internationally. His career spans television, film, stage and concert halls.
On the theater side, Adam just finished performing all summer in the red rocks of Utah within the production of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story at the Tuachan Center for the Arts. Other favorite leading roles include Closer Than Ever and The Heir Apparent (International City Theatre), It’s Christmas Time! (Tokyo Disney Sea) and Grease (Cabrillo Music Theater) to name a few. Adam also workshopped a new production of Merrily We Roll Along with Tony nominated director, Micheal Arden, at the Wallis Annenberg for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles.
On the classical side, some of Adam's past favorite productions include the likes of Candide (Pasadena Opera), Show Boat (Opera San Luis Obispo), and Naughty Marietta (Light Opera of New York). He was also named a 2020 finalist in the American Traditions Vocal Competition, as well as a 2019 semifinalist in the Lotte Lenya Vocal Competition. In NYC, Adam has performed in prestigious concert halls, such as Carnegie Hall with the Orchestra Now, the David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center (The Scarlet Pimpernel in Concert), and St. Patrick's Cathedral (Rossini's Messa di Rimini and Franck’s Les Sept Paroles du Christ sur la Croix). In LA, Adam has appeared onstage with the LA Philharmonic and LA Master Chorale for various programs, including John Adam's nativity oratorio, El Niño, directed by Peter Sellars. At the same time, he maintained his residency with Westwood Chamber Orchestra, performing in Maria Newman's A Mass for Peace and Handel's Messiah.
A native of Ohio, Adam graduated with a degree in Vocal Performance from Ohio Northern University with additional graduate studies at the University of Kentucky.
On camera, you can spot him on Arrested Development and on various web series/industrials. See Adam’s resume or his IMDB page for a complete list of credits and additional information.
Currently, Adam resides in Washington, DC and is one of the newest members of the premiere choral ensemble within the US Air Force Band, the Singing Sergeants.