While Adam holds his career as an actor as the area in which he is most passionate, he attributes his ability to say "yes" as something that has helped him succeed as an all around performer. Similar to the way Jim Carry's character in the film Yes Man experiences positive life-changing transformations after he learns to say "yes" to everything, Adam has seen his career takeoff in astonishing directions since adopting this philosophy.
When asked if he had always known that he would someday have a successful career on camera, he says, " I believe that it chose me. I’m always looking to keep my life happy and fulfilling. Having this career has given me that quality of life all because I was willing to say yes."
As an actor Adam has played leading roles in a variety of films and television shows, but one role that pushed him to go darker and deeper than ever before came when he took on the role of Ethan in the film Exposure. In this chilling film viewers get an opportunity to see just how far this actor can go as he brings Ethan, a corrupt and immoral photographer, to life in a manner that is so seamless it begs us to question what Adam is really like. Thankfully, that is why it is called acting; Ethan bares absolutely no connection to Adam's personality outside of the screen, something that serves as a testament to his skill as an actor.
In the film, Ethan appears to be a professional photographer with innocent intentions, but after he lures a young woman back to his place and seduces her with alcohol, the audience quickly realizes his only intention is to capture naked photos of her while she is passed out.
Adam explains, "This is one of those roles that I had to dig really deep and find a dark place, as I had to portray a seemingly charming and charismatic photographer when my intentions were nothing but sinister and sexually violent. This type of role is always challenging and it required me to draw on lots of technique."
Adam is an incredible actor when it comes to drama, but comedy is above all, his true love. He loves to bring his audiences the joy of laughter, and laugh they did during his performance as Bob in the theater production of Darren Menachemson's "Conversations At A Urinal." Directed by Craig Delahoy, the production was one of the most successful at the Short + Sweet festival of plays in Sydney, Australia in 2013.
A theatrical play that pokes fun at the idea that, while in today's world most of us humans suit up in our work garb during the 9 to 5, in reality, our work overflows into every area of our lives forcing us to spend most of our time outside the office continuing to work for "the man" in an effort to be successful.
Adam and his co-star Brian Teo (Winter, Spring… Winter, Don’t Love Thy Neighbor) bring their brainwashed characters to life in this hilarious comedy in away that is, unfortunately for most of us, easily relatable.
The vast range of roles he's portrayed prove that although Adam Pedicini is undeniably good looking, his dynamic acting talents are what casting directors are really after when casting him for a role.
To get a glimpse of Adam's abilities as a dramatic actor, watch a scene he did below with co-star Charlotte Hazzard from the films Deceitful, Smitten, Bonsai and Options, and the television shows Packed to the Rafters and Anzac Girls.
You can check out one of his commercials for Choosi Life Insurance, which aired across Australia on TVC, below.
His background as a professional dancer has bolstered his appeal in the industry because it has given him the unparalleled ability to be in tune with his movements adding elements to the characters he brings to life. It has also allowed him to take on various roles as both an actor and a dancer that many others simply could not accomplish.
He has been featured in several high profile music videos including Matchbox 20's "Put Your Hands Up," which currently has over one million views on YouTube, Josh Winks "Higher State of Consciousness," which also has over one million views on YouTube, as well as "Rain Down Love" by the Freemasons featuring Siedah Garrett, and "You & Me" by Blue Ray feat. Jimmy Somerville where he is the focus of pretty much the entire video as scantily clad women dance around and fawn over his jaw dropping physique.