Adam Fergus is an Irish film, television and stage actor. Born in Drogheda, County Louth and raised in the nearby village of Laytown, he is the son of a nurse and a recruitment specialist. He attended Clongowes College before going to University College Dublin, and was part of the ‘Dramsoc’ (Imperial College Dramatic Society). After achieving an honours degree, he then attended the Gaiety School of Acting, Dublin.

After cutting his acting teeth in theatre, Adam made his first screen appearance in 2004 on the television series “Proof”, then gained wider notice with his roles in the romance film “Satellites and Meteorites” and as a regular cast member of the Canadian comedy series “Being Erica”. His further film and television credits include roles in the series “The Clinic”, “Trouble in Paradise”, “Clean Break” and “State of Happiness”, and the movies “Inside I’m Dancing”, “Happy Ever Afters” and “The F Word”. His stage roles have included productions of “Les Liaisons Dangereuses” at the Gate Theatre, Dublin, “The Home Place”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, “Great Expectations”, “Kilt” and “The Illusion”.

Adam has gained a legion of fans for his role in “Supernatural” as Mick Davies, a member of the British Men of Letters from there he has starred in The Call of with Wild with Harrison Ford and as Ed Young in Lykkeland.