Adam Garcia is best known for is work in the West End as an actor and tap dancer.
Garcia was born on the June 1st 1973 in New South Wales, Australia but came to the UK in the 1990’s as a member of the cast of the Australian production of the musical Hot Shoe Shuffle. Garcia enjoyed life so much in the West End that he decided to stay.
Garcia went on to play major roles in a number of musicals including the role of Doody in Grease at the Dominion Theatre, Tony in Saturday Night Fever to rave reviews and earned an Olivier Award nomination for best actor in a musical.
In 2000, Garcia performed at the opening ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games and later landed a number of roles in movies including the film Bootmen, Coyote Ugly, Riding In Cars With Boys and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen.
Garcia also landed a number of acting roles on British television including Doctor Who on the BBC and the ITV1 musical drama series Britannia High, playing the role of a dance teacher.
In 2010 Garcia was recruited by SKY television to be on the judging panel along with Kimberley Wyatt and Ashley Banjo of their new reality TV dance show called Got To Dance.