Adam Donshik is an American actor, musician, artist and graphic designer who landed his first lead role in a television series in 2007's American Heiress.
Prior to that he had made guest appearances on numerous television shows, including Angel (his screen acting debut in the role of Cop #1 in 1999), Party of Five, The O.C., 24, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Standoff, Lincoln Heights and Jericho.
He has acted in the feature films Wide Asleep (2002), Reach Out (2003), Life, Death and Mini-Golf (2004), Don't Sing (2004), First Daughter (2004) and Game Day (2006) to date.
When not acting, Donshik works at The Beverly Hills Playhouse, an acting school in Los Angeles created by renowned theatre and film director Milton Katselas. Donshik began studying there in 1998 and continues to do so while also working as the senior interviewer.
Donshik also continues to forge careers as a graphic designer, artist and musician.