Known For: "Rescue Me," "Top Gear," & "Nurse Jackie"
Whether you know him from his numerous TV shows or from his years touring as a stand-up, Adam Ferrara has been winning over audiences for over a decade. A confessional comic, Ferrara has a New York charm that permeates that stage, making you feel as though you're sitting with him in some local bar, sharing a pint and some stories.
Career Highlights: Comedy special "Funny As Hell," role on "The Job" and "Paul Blart: Mall Cop," and appearances on "The Tonight Show," "The Late Show with David Letterman," and "The Tony Kornheiser Show" podcast.
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Adam Ferrara, the stand-up comedian and actor who Entertainment Weekly dubbed “Hilarious,” proudly played Chief Needles Nelson on the Emmy® nominated FX drama series, Rescue Me. Ferrara has also costarred alongside Kevin James in the hit movie Paul Blart: Mall Cop and in Definitely Maybe with Ryan Reynolds.
Presently Adam hosts the critically acclaimed BBC sensation, Top Gear US, airing on HISTORY and stars on Showtime’s hit series Nurse Jackie opposite Edie Falco. Additionally, Adam is an internationally touring headliner, two-time nominee for best male stand-up by the American Comedy Awards, and has three Comedy Central Specials. Ferrara has also appeared on Jimmy Fallon, Jay Leno, David Letterman, The View and Rachael Ray.
Ferrara's earlier TV credits include NBC’s Law & Order, ABC’s Ugly Betty, CBS's The King Of Queens, as well as a series regular on the critically acclaimed ABC show, The Job, starring opposite Denis Leary. At a Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour, Denis Leary was quoted as saying, “Adam Ferrara is a great comedian, but he’s really pissing me off now because he’s become such a great dramatic actor.”
Apart from opening for his comedy idol, George Carlin, and performing at both Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall, Ferrara was asked to perform at a benefit for the President and all of the Senators. Stuck in traffic on the way to the event, Ferrara quipped, “I’m still moving faster than Congress.”