Society & Culture:Personal Journals
Adam Fergus: Episode 206
This week, star of Supernatural, Inside I'm Dancing and Being Erica, Adam Fergus, joined Jarlath to discuss his journey from Laytown to Hollywood. Adam tells the hilarious stories of how his acting career all began in his parent's garage by putting on shows for the neighbours (5:00), how he blagged his way through economics in UCD (19:00) and how his mother packed his bags for Canada when Being Erica came calling (45:00).
Adam discusses the nature of 'pilot season' in Hollywood and how the skill of auditioning well is more valuable than acting well (52:00). From being dubbed the 'bad apple' in Dundalk Grammar School (7:00) to revealing what he wished he had learned five years ago (1:01:00) and much more, this episode is a fascinating and very enjoyable conversation with one of Ireland's fastest rising stars in Hollywood.
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