Adam Jepsen is an actor, writer & producer based in New York City who has appeared on Broadway, Film, Television, regionally and in many commercials. Born and raised in Chicago, Adam received his BFA from The Pennsylvania State University and resides in Queens. Adam is currently playing Sven in Disney's Frozen on Broadway and is in the final stages of post-production for INFLUENCED. The short, written and directed by Ari Halevy, is about the validation culture perpetuated on Instagram. Adam co-produced the film with Ari and co-stars with Brandon Tyler Harris. He is also shopping his screenplay based on a true family story about transracial adoption and what it means to be mixed race in America through the lens of an Asian American. Adam is committed and passionate about making art that cuts deep to the human experience.

Adam made his Broadway debut in the original cast of Cinderella and was also in the Broadway company of Chicago (with Brandy, Jennifer Nettles, and Bebe Neuwirth). Other NYC credits include: Guys & Dolls (with Nathan Lane, Megan Mullally, & Patrick Wilson) at Carnegie Hall and Horseplay at Dixon Place

On Camera, Adam can be seen in The Mysteries of Laura (with Debra Messing), Grotto (Palm Springs International Film Fest), Pink Moon (15M  Views YouTube), and Mirrors (EnMaze Pictures). Adam has also performed on the Tony Awards, Good Morning America, The Today Show, Wendy Williams ShowMacy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the cast album of Cinderella

He has been seen regionally at The Denver CenterCasa Mañana, The Muny, and The Ogunquit Playhouse. National TV commercials include: Pizza Hut, Men's Wearhouse, Bowlmor, Bank of America, Stella Artois, Dairy Queen, & American Express

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