Adam Scarimbolo was born and raised in New York City. At the age of 13, despite being a rather shy child, he took the subway to Manhattan and began enrolling in acting classes. He quickly fell in love. Later, he realized acting was a need for self-expression, which he was unable to get in his regular life.
At the age of 14, he met his acting teacher and mentor, Mrs. Ann Ratray, whom he has been studying with ever since. Adam started working professionally at the age of 17. He started out on the stage, working with a traveling theatre company and various other productions.
At the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, his film “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints” won him and his co-stars The Best Ensemble Award. “Saints” also earned him Best Actor at the Spain’s 2006 Gijón International Film Festival.
From there, the momentum picked up and he worked on such award winning films as "Chapter 27” and “Lymelife”. He has now done over 15 feature films. He also works regularly in television. Including guest-starring roles on “Law and Order” and “The Sopranos”. After finishing "After”, Adam traveled to Richmond, Indiana to film a leading role in the feature film “Scalene”. With several movies in the can and to be released soon, Adam’s future is very bright.