Adam Savell is a model who recently rose to fame following the revelation of his relationship with television star Hannah Brown. He’s known for being confident and charming while often engaging in harmless banter with others.
He plays one of the main protagonists in Unfriended, portraying an antagonistic and malicious individual who will reveal any secret that comes his way and prove his selfish nature by sleeping with Laura and forcing her into having an abortion.
Early Life and Education
Adam Sevell was born in Norwalk, CT to parents John and Jeri Magrath and attended Brien McMahon High School from 1995 until graduation where he participated on their 1994 CIAC Class MM state championship football team. Following that, Adam attended University of New Haven where he received his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.
Sewell made his mark as Petruchio in the BBC’s 2005 adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, as well as Sir Charles II in Charles II series. On stage he has appeared in Tom Stoppard’s Rock ‘n’ Roll and Royal National Theatre’s Arcadia productions.
Adam is survived by his mother and father, his sister Sarah (Magrath) Restrepo and Christopher Gonzalez – as well as nieces Alanna and Chloe as well as many aunts and uncles – but predeceased by Gertrude Savell, Eileen Magrath, and Linda Jones.
Adam Sewell has been practicing law for 13 years. He holds a Juris Doctor degree and is licensed to practice law in California. Specializing in Litigation and Trial Law, Adam is highly regarded with outstanding client reviews.
Corigin Real Estate Investments currently employs him as a Principal. He manages their multifamily, student housing, credit, specialty finance and development platforms and boasts extensive real estate industry expertise.
He is an accomplished professional who has held several senior roles within NHS trusts. Additionally, he led national improvement and leadership programmes with Virginia Mason NHS Partnership as well as being Director of Provider Sustainability and Continuous Improvement at Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Essex England.
Achievement and Honors
He starred as Petruchio in the BBC’s 2005 televison adaptation of William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, part of their ShakespeaRe-Told series. Additionally, he performed as Russell Thorndike’s novels as radio plays on BBC Radio.
He has also appeared in various films and television series, such as 1995’s Cold Comfort Farm and 1998’s Dark City as John Murdoch from science fiction film The Illusionist. Additionally he made an appearance as co-campaigner Thomas Clarkson alongside William Wilberforce in Amazing Grace historical drama film.
He voiced Hercules and Blinky Bill for animated films, was patron of Children’s Educational Trust charity and received several awards and honors for his efforts.
Adam is involved with various charities including Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. Additionally, he serves as a meditation teacher with strong spiritual roots. Furthermore, Adam enjoys traveling and the outdoors. Furthermore, his personal life remains private without any scandals or controversies to discuss.
Will Peltz played him as the main protagonist in Unfriended, in which he and his friends battle to survive against Laura Barns’ ghost. Will was often depicted as confident yet cold-hearted; often exposing secrets about his friends in the game such as Jess stealing $800 from him and Mitch selling weed; roofied one girl before impregnating and forcing her to have an abortion.