Adam Brody Biography, Age, Wife, Kid, Movies, Gilmore Girls, The Oc, Interview

Adam Brody Biography

Adam Brody born Adam Jared Brody is an American actor, writer, musician, and producer best known for his appearance on The O.C. and other films including Mr. & Mrs. Smith in 2005, Thank You for Smoking in 2006, Sleeping with Other People in 2015, and StartUp in 2016.

Adam Brody Age

Brody was born on 15 December 1979 in San Diego, California, United States. He is 39 years old as of 2018

Adam Brody Family

He is the son of Valerie Jill (née Siefman), a graphic artist, and Mark Alan Brody, an attorney. He has twin sibling brothers, Sean, and Matthew born in 1985

Adam Brody Wife | Adam Brody Girlfriend

He is married to actress Leighton Meester. The couple met in March 2010 while filming The Oranges in Westchester, New York. They got engaged in November 2013, and married on February 15, 2014, in a private ceremony

Adam Brody Daughter | Adam Brody Arlo Day Brody

He has a daughter  Arlo Day Brody was born on August 4, 2015, in Whittier, California.

Adam Brody House

He bought a $2,225,000 in Los Angeles, CA. It is 3 bedroomed with 2.5 bathrooms

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Adam Brody Gilmore Girls

He was cast as Dave Rygalski, Lane’s bandmate and season 3 boyfriend (season 3) of Gilmore Girls, the American comedy-drama television series

Adam Brody The Oc

He was cast as Seth Cohen, the awkward adolescent son of Sandy and Kirsten Cohen in the American teen drama television series The O.C.

Adam Brody Startup

He was cast as Nick Talman in the American drama web television series StartUp

Adam Brody The Ring

He was cast as Kellen (Male Teen) in the American supernatural horror film The Ring

Adam Brody Movies

Year

Title

Role

2019

Shazam!

Ready or Not

Daniel Le Domas

2018

The Wanting

Matt Kane

2017

CHiPs

Clay Allen

2016

Yoga Hosers

Ichabod

Showing Roots

Bud

2015

Sleeping with Other People

Sam

2014

Life Partners

Tim

Growing Up And Other Lies

Rocks

Think Like a Man Too

Isaac

2013

Lovelace

Harry Reems

Some Girl(s)

The Man

Welcome to the Jungle

Chris

Baggage Claim

Sam

2012

Revenge for Jolly!

Danny Fidazzo

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

Owen

2011

Scream 4

Deputy Ross Hoss

The Oranges

Toby Walling

Damsels in Distress

Charlie Walker

2010

The Romantics

Jake

Cop Out

Barry Mangold

2009

Jennifer’s Body

Nikolai Wolf

2008

Death in Love

Talent Agent

2007

The Ten

Stephen Montgomery

Smiley Face

Steve the Dealer

In the Land of Women

Carter Webb

2005

Mr. & Mrs. Smith

Benjamin Danz

Thank You for Smoking

Jack Bein

2003

Home Security

Greg

Grind

Dustin Knight

Missing Brendan

Patrick Calden

2002

The Ring

Male Teen #1

2000

Neverland

Jack

The Silencing

Karl

Roadside Assistance

Rusty

American Pie 2

High School Guy

According to Spencer

Tommy

Adam Brody Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of around $12 million dollar

Adam Brody Twitter

Adam Brody Instagram

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Adam Brody Interview

Adam Brody Knows His ‘O.C.’ Fame Would Be A Lot To Handle If The Show Aired Today

Source: huffingtonpost.com
Adam Brody has had his fair share of fame. At the age of 23, he launched into superstardom thanks to his role as Seth Cohen on the hit teen drama series “The O.C.” Brody and his fellow cast members, including Mischa Barton, Ben McKenzie and Rachel Bilson, became household names and were adored by fans all over the world. But with that kind of success comes attention, sometimes unwanted.
The stars of “The O.C.” were surrounded by whispers and rumors about their personal lives, as well as their reported “attitudes” on set. Although they were some of the biggest names of the early 2000s, they were also “young” and “naive,” as McKenzie told Entertainment Weekly in 2013, which led to some immature behavior, and many tabloid stories. A few of the actors escaped the “young Hollywood curse,” while others fell for its trap.
“You either spiral downwards forever and it probably doesn’t end up very well, or you realize at a certain point, ‘Hey, maybe [I] shouldn’t be doing that’ or ‘Maybe this doesn’t represent who I actually am or want to be.’ And, you know, I think I figured that out relatively quickly,” McKenzie explained.
Brody stuck with the show through its final episode on Feb. 22, 2007, and came out, all in all, just fine. Although his real-life romance with Bilson was the talk of the town for a few years, the actor admitted to The Huffington Post on AOL Build Wednesday that if the series aired today, things would have been a whole lot more crazy.
“That show came out in 2003, and in terms at how fast technology is moving ― well, maybe not, that’s a long time ago now, but still ― no Twitter, no TMZ. I think it would be so different now to be on something like that,” he explained when referencing how fame and the Hollywood culture has changed over the years. “You would be bombarded so much more and have so much less privacy. I still feel like I had a fair amount of privacy.”
Although he experienced the height of fandom with “The O.C.” Brody is clearly thankful for the experience. He understands that although celebrities may complain about the attention they receive, it’s definitely not all bad.
“I don’t envy people in that situation really, but then again, it’s still a good problem to have. It’s one of those things where I’m torn because on one hand, you think, ‘Oh, paparazzi, they shouldn’t be allowed to bother these people.’ Myself included, but not nearly as much as some others. But at the same time, you think, ‘But, cry me a river.’ We all should be so lucky and, as I said, I get it. I can’t expect anyone else to care,” the actor, who is now a dad to 1-year-old daughter Arlo Day with wife Leighton Meester, said.
The 36-year-old, who is starring on a new Crackle drama “StartUp,” tries to separate himself from the role that made him famous, but he also knows Seth Cohen will always be alive and well.
“It’s a happy accident, to me, that nothing has come to close to it,” Brody said of finding roles that differ from his “O.C.” character. “I don’t want to fall back on too much like schtick I’ve done before, but I tried to be very unschticky in [’StartUp’]. As much as possible, I tried to not ham it up or go for a joke too much. And then, also the tone is so different, the stakes are so heavy that it just naturally took care of itself. And even the filming style is so different that I didn’t have to worry about it.”