Thornhill, Ontario, Canada
Born and raised in Thornhill, just outside of Toronto, Adam Korson knew that he wanted to be an actor at a young age. After graduating from the Randolph Academy, Korson appeared in a number of plays in Toronto as well as a few on screen guest roles, before he decided to make the move to Los Angeles in 2009. It took him a couple of years to get established, but by 2011 he had begun to get a toehold. That year, he appeared in two guest starring roles on "2 Broke Girls" (CBS, 2011-) and "The Protector" (Lifetime, 2011). He was just as successful the following year, then, in 2013, he premiered in his first leading role on the series "Seed" (City, 2013-14). The series focused on Korson, playing a young man whose numerous trips to the sperm bank have resulted in a number of children that continue to appear in his life. The show was a hit in Canada, playing for two seasons. Once "Seed" came to an end, Korson continued to find roles, with guest spots and recurring roles on "Castle" (ABC, 2009-2016), and "Impostors" (Bravo, 2017-) among others.