About Adam Garcia
It has been calculated that the total amount of Adam Garcia net worth currently is as high as 3 million dollars. He has earned such a huge net worth because of his career in the entertainment industry, where he is an actor, dancer and singer.
He was born in 1973 in Wahroonga, New South Wales. His father is Colombian. Adam Garcia left college when he was offered the part of the Slide to play in the touring production of “Hot Shoe Shuffle”, with which he was appearing in Australia. After two years, Adam Garcia moved to London, England. He stayed there and appeared in a lot of West End musicals.
In 1997, Adam Garcia appeared in his first film when he was chosen to play the part of Jones in the film called “Wilde”, which was about Oscar Wilde. Since that time, the actor has appeared in many other films, which all increased the overall estimate of Adam Garcia net worth, as well. In the period of 1998-1999, Adam Garcia played the part of Tony Manero in the stage play called “Saturday Night Fever”, which ran in London.
In addition to his interest in acting, Adam Garcia is a singer and this career has also increased the current sum of Adam Garcia net worth.
He recorded a cover version of the song called “Night Fever” by the Bee Gees and the song placed as 15th on the UK singles chart. The song was included in the film called “Saturday Night Fever”, released in 1977.
In 2000, he got an even bigger role in his next film called “Coyote Ugly”. In the same year, the actor appeared as Sean in the film called “Bootmen”. In 2003, Adam Garcia debuted as a voice artist when he appeared as the title role in the film called “Kangaroo Jack”. One year later, Adam Garcia got the role of Stu Wolff to play in the film called “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen”, where he appeared with Megan Fox and Lindsay Lohan. All of these appearances have also increased the total size of Adam Garcia net worth.
In the period of 2006-2007, Adam Garcia was appearing as Fiyero in the London production called “Wicked”, where he starred next to Helen Dallimore and Idina Menzel. Before that, he played the same role in the early Broadway play in 2000. In 2008, the actor appeared in two dramas on ITV, called “Britannia High” and “Mr Eleven”. In the former one, he played the role of the dance teacher, whereas in the latter one, he appeared next to such actors as Sean Maguire and Michelle Ryan.
In 2010, Adam Garcia was invited to be a judge on the TV reality show called “Got To Dance”. There, he was joined by Kimberly Wyatt and Ashley Banjo. One year later, he appeared in “The Hen Do”. In 2013, he joined the judge panel on the Australian show called “Dancing with the Stars”. In the period of 2011-2012, Adam Garcia joined the cast of the British sitcom called “Threesome”, which aired on Comedy Central.