is an award-winning actor and writer who reprises this role, in a more developed way, having played the Sherman Alexie character Thomas Builds-the-Fire in a previous short film by Alexie and Chris Eyre
, Someone Kept Saying Powwow. His other film credits include Jean-Claude Lord's Toby McTeague.
On the small screen Adams starred in the Emmy-winning telefilm Lost in the Barrens and its nominated sequel Curse of the Viking Grave, the Fox telefilm Lakota Moon and numerous episodics such as The Beachcombers, Black Stallion, Hawkeye, Neon Rider, Davey Crockett and Columbia Pictures Television's Stir Crazy. He also served as host of the Knowledge Network series Kids First.
On the stage, some of Adams' highlights include the Canadian productions of Lear, Dry Lips Oughta Move To Kapuskasing, P.S.. Your Cat Is Dead, Mamu and his original stageplay Dreams of Sheep one of Canada's entries in the International Festival of Young Playwrights in Sydney, Australia. Adams is also distinguished as a writer by such widely presented original plays as Snapshots and Dirty Dog River an episode for the CBC series Four Directions, and the screenplays Stonefaces and Seagul1.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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