Adam Beach Net Worth

How much is Adam Beach worth?

Net Worth:$2 Million
Date of Birth:November 11, 1972 (51 years old)
Height:1.82 m, 5 ft 11 in
Profession:Actor, Film Producer
Adam Beach Net Worth:
$2 Million

Adam Beach Net Worth: Adam Beach is a Canadian Salteaux actor who has a net worth of $2 million. Adam Beach was born in Ashern, Manitoba, Canada in November 1972. He took a drama class at Gordon Bell High School and starting performing in local theater productions. Adam dropped out of school and took a lead role at the Manitoba Theatre for Young People. His debut screen role came in the 1990 TV movie Lost in the Barrens. His feature film debut came in 1993 in Cadillac Girls. From 1993 to 1995 Beach had a recurring role as Nevada on the TV series North of 60. In 2007 he starred as George Keeshig in the series Moose TV. Beach starred as Detective Chester Lake on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit from 2007 to 2008. In 2010 he starred as Tommy Flute on the TV series Big Love. Since 2012 Beach has starred as Bobby martin on the television series Arctic Air. He has also starred in the movies Coyote Summer, Mystery, Alaska, Joe Dirt, Windtalkers, Posers, Flags of Our Fathers, American Evil, Donkey, Cowboys & Aliens, Ice Soldiers, A Fighting Man, and The Road to Tophet. Beach has won Best Actor awards from the American Indian Film Festival, First American in the Arts Awards, and San Diego World Film Festival. He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in 2008.

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Inspirational Quotes by Adam Beach

With 'Smoke Signals,' the character was so much like me growing up. I lost my parents, and I wish I'd had an opportunity to find out where they were. So I was reflecting on how I grew up, that feeling of abandonment. That whole film was a reality that I always held back and kept to myself.

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I was in high school. A couple of my friends and I decided we had to be in a class together where we could fool around, and drama was it because we'd do improvs, beating each other up. They left a year later, and I stayed in and got a knack for it, and enjoyed the whole process.

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I never understood the realism of an imaginary circumstance. While I was doing 'Smoke Signals,' I relied on my instinct and what I grew up with. I had this energy, but it was a one-dimensional thing.

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Movies have been my way to get out of my backyard. I'm trying to let people know that movies change people's lives.

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Acting has made me embrace my childhood. It's become some weird form of therapy. It's like I have a place where I can release all of these emotions. When I was playing Ira Hayes, I didn't have to think about the death of my parents directly. It's just there. I can blend it into Ira's character. I can use Ira's emotions as an outlet.

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