Adam Kantor is best-known to Broadway audiences as “Mark” in the final cast ofRent which was preserved on DVD by Sony Pictures’ RENT: Filmed Live on Broadway.  He reunited with Rentdirector Michael Greif in Next to Normal on Broadway, in which he played “Henry.”  In 2013 Adam played Jamie in the acclaimed NYC revival of The Last Five Years The Last Five Years at Second Stage, directed by its composer Jason Robert Brown. Also off-Broadway, he played “Princeton/Rod” in Avenue Q.  At The Old Globe, he played “Proteus” in Shakespeare’s Two Gentleman of Verona directed by Mark Lamos, and “Jeff” in the world premiere of Nobody Loves You by Itamar Moses and Gaby Alter.  Most recently, Adam played “Eddie” in the world premiere production of Diner by Sheryl Crow and Barry Levinson directed by Kathleen Marshall.  On TV he was seen in “The Good Wife” in the role of “Ezra.”  Adam was a co-founder of the nonprofit arts organization, Broadway in South Africa, which provided arts education to underprivileged youth in the townships of South Africa.  He graduated from Northwestern University and also studied at the British American Dramatic Academy in Oxford, England.  @AdamJKantor on Twitter.

Adam Kantor’s 'Miracle of Miracles' is a highlight.

- NY Daily News