Adam Reid

Adam is a comedic storyteller at heart. He crafts comedy with truth and authenticity at its core, shaping performances and characters that feel real and in the moment. 

Adam began his career in front of the camera as a kid actor on Nickelodeon’s cult hit “You Can’t Do That On Television”. He then co-wrote 30 episodes of the show at the age of 16. He attended Ryerson University’s film program and won the prestigious Norman Jewison Filmmakers award for his graduating film as well as several other international awards. From there he went on to accrue vast and varied filmmaking experience – from writing and directing kids tv, to short and feature length documentaries to comedic and doc-style commercials. He has just completed production on his digital comedy series “Hospital Show”, a series he wrote, directed and co – stars in, funded by the Bell Fund, the IPF and Telus.