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Adam Kaufman (actor)
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Adam Kaufman (born May 11, 1974) is an American actor, known for his role in 2002 in the Steven Spielberg science fiction mini-seriesTaken as Charlie Keys, and as Parker Abrams in season 4 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Adam Kaufman
BornMay 11, 1974 (age 47)
Alma mater
OccupationActor
Years active1997–present
Partner(s)Poppy Montgomery​(2005–2011)
Children2
Early and Personal life
Kaufman's father is Jewish, and his mother is Catholic.[1] He studied drama at Lynchburg College, the Circle in the Square Theatre School, and at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Theater Institute.
Kaufman met Australian-American actress Poppy Montgomery in 2005 in Mexico while working on the independent film Between. In 2010 they worked together again in the TV movie Lying to Be Perfect. At the time Montgomery played the role of FBI agent Samantha Spade on the CBSmystery drama Without a Trace. Kaufman began a recurring role, making his first appearance in March 2007 with season 5: episode 19 titled "At Rest" as Brian Donovan, Samantha's love interest for the rest of the series. In June 2007, Montgomery announced her pregnancy with Kaufman, which was written into the sixth season. On December 23, 2007, Montgomery gave birth to their son Jackson Phillip Deveraux Montgomery Kaufman in Los Angeles.[2] It was reported on October 10, 2011, through Life & Style, that Kaufman and Montgomery broke up due to the distance between them when working.
Filmography
Film
YearTitleRoleNotes
2005BetweenJames Roberts
2005Come Away with MeMichael
2006AlteredWyatt
2011Final SaleBen Martin
Television
YearTitleRoleNotes
1997Law & OrderDouglas Burke"Past Imperfect"
1999Chicken Soup for the SoulMatt"Starlight, Star Bright"
1999BrookfieldJamie HarperUnsold TV pilot
1999Buffy the Vampire SlayerParker AbramsGuest role (season 4)
1999–2000Dawson's CreekEthanRecurring role (season 3)
2000Law & Order: Special Victims UnitMichael Goren"Wrong Is Right"
2000The Only Living Boy in New YorkGideonTV film
2000MetropolisMathewTV film
2001Dead LastDom"To Serve, with Love"
2002TakenCharlie KeysTV miniseries
2003CSI: MiamiTed"Spring Break"
2004Veronica MarsAndré"The Girl Next Door"
2004Beck and CallGrayTV short
2005E-RingJared Vogel"Delta Does Detroit"
2006Law & OrderAttorney Swain"Release"
2006Hello Sister, Goodbye LifeJoeTV film
2007Mad MenBob Shaw"Indian Summer"
2007CSI: NYElliot Gano"You Only Die Once"
2007–2009Without a TraceBrian DonovanRegular role (season 1)
2008MonkBrother Ted"Mr. Monk Joins a Cult"
2009Loving LeahJake LeverTV film
2009CupidTommy Brown"The Tommy Brown Affair"
2009Melrose PlaceToby"Pilot", "Nightingale"
2010Lying to Be PerfectAlex Stanson Jr.TV film
2010NCISDet. Philip McCadden"Mother's Day", "Guilty Pleasure"
2011Perfectly PrudenceMichael MerchantTV film
2012Hawaii Five-0Karl Strathern"Kanalua"
201390210Brock Paige"Life's a Beach"
2013The Client ListLewis Clark"Unanswered Prayers"
2013The Thanksgiving HouseRick AllenTV film
2014CorporateTucker McIntyreTV film
2014–15State of AffairsLucas NewsomeMain role
2015StalkerWill"Love Hurts", "Love Kills"
2015A Mother's BetrayalKevinTV film
2016Secrets and LiesR.B. Warner"The Brother"
2017Crazy Ex-GirlfriendRobert Donnelly"Can Josh Take a Leap of Faith?"
2017Lethal WeaponBrad"The Murtaugh File"
2017–18iZombieHarry Thorne"Dirt Nap Time", "Are You Ready for Some Zombies?"
References
  1. ^ Bloom, Nate (January 20, 2009). "Interfaith Celebrities: Loving Leah and Liev, Too". InterfaithFamily.
  2. ^ "Poppy Montgomery Welcomes a Boy". People. January 4, 2008.
External links
Adam Kaufman at IMDb
Last edited on 7 April 2021, at 22:40
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