While he is known professionally as Adam Pally, the American actor received the full name Adam Saul Pally at his birth. His parents Dr. Steven Pally and Caryn Pally welcomed him to New York City on March 18, 1982. His father, an osteopathic internist, runs his own medical practice. Raised in a Jewish home, Adam Pally grew up with two sisters, Erica and Risa, in Chicago and New Jersey.
Information about his early education is not available at this time, but we do know that he attended New School University in New York City, where he graduated in 2004. As a student of the institution, Pally performed improvisation and sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCBT) in New York City in 2002. He is a member of several sketch comedy groups such as “Chubby Skinny Kids” (alongside comedians Dan Gregor and Doug Mand) and is also part of the improvisation group “Hot Sauce” (alongside Gil Ozeri and Ben Schwartz), a group that still occasionally performs its long improvisation show at the UCBT.
An American actor who is also a comedian and writer, Adam Pally still performs in shows such as “Death by Roo Roo” and “ASSSSCAT 3000” in the Los Angeles Theater Department.
Adam Pally Career Timeline
Although he is popular for his roles in the ABC comedy series Happy Endings (as Max Blum) and in The Mindy Project (starring Dr. Peter Prentice), Pally has also shown his skills in several other movies such as Iron Man 3, Taking Woodstock, Solitary Man, The To-Do List, Slow Learners, and others.
On television, the actor has guest appearances in Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Californication, and The Colbert Report, which are a credit to him. He is also working on a screenplay with his permanent collaborator Gil Ozeri. The play is produced by Gary Sanchez Productions of Will Ferrell & Adam McKay.
Between 2011 and 2013 Pally played a leading role in the ABC ensemble comedy series Happy Endings. He portrayed Max Blum among other stars like Eliza Coupe, Zachary Knighton, Casey Wilson, and many others. Following the comedy series, Pally received a nomination for “Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series” at the Critics’ Choice Television Awards. This nomination was given to him for his great performance in the third season of Happy Endings.
After Happy Endings was canceled, Pally was cast in a regular role in the series The Mindy Project. He joined the series’ third season as Dr. Peter Prentice but left the series sometime in 2015, and later that year took a starring role in the comedy Search Party, as well as appearing in the indie movies Slow Learners and Night Owls. His recent works include the FOX comedy Making History, The President Show (as executive producer), Most Likely To Murder, and Dog Days.
What’s His Net Worth?
Since taking the industry by storm in 2002, Adam Pally has shown no signs of slowing down and has proven his talent time and time again in his numerous appearances in movies and television shows. As expected, he is being rewarded for his hard work, and his net worth of $600,000 is proof of this, although it is expected to grow over time.
Who Is Adam Pally’s Wife Or Is He Gay?
Although he has killed several gay characters in the past, the American actor is very heterosexual and has never given a hint that says otherwise. In fact, the good-looking actor is married since 2008. Adam Pally and Daniella Anne Pally sealed their love on July 3, 2008, and have lived in marital bliss ever since. The couple has already been blessed with three children, two boys, and a girl. Their first son Cole was born in 2012, the second, a daughter named GG was born in 2013. Their last child, a son, joined the family in 2017, but his name has not been revealed.
Adam Pally Height
In addition to his talent behind and in front of the cameras, Adam Pally has all the natural prerequisites to delight his fans. He has a great physique with a height of 1.79 m. His weight and other body measurements are not available at the moment but will be updated soon.