Adam Lazarre-White is an actor, writer, director and producer, who is best known for roles in film and television like The Gift, Rosewood, Scandal, The Young and the Restless and Ocean’s Thirteen.
Adam grew up in Manhattan and graduated from Harvard University with Honors in Government and Political Philosophy. He was also the starting Quarterback for the Harvard Crimson and played in the Harvard University Jazz Band.
While in college, Adam began cultivating his love for entertainment, writing script coverage for Deborah Schindler and Miriam Beliig. It was also during this time that he wrote his first screenplay, Other Sides of The River, a coming of age love story set at Harvard. At Harvard, Adam studied acting with Robert Brustein (former head of both Yale Drama School & Harvard’s A.R.T.), with Ken Howard (later to be President of SAG/AFTRA) and Claire Malardie for Alexander Technique. During summers and after graduating, he continued training at home in NYC, at T. Schreiber Studios, with Gloria Maddox, Betty Buckley and Terry Schreiber, admired as one of the finest acting teachers in the country.