Adam Pelty began a professional career as a performer at an early age, working in television, film, radio and stage all before the age of ten. The son of Chicago night club and theatre celebrity Lee Pelty, young Adam was introduced to the entertainment world as a baby in diaper ads and continued to rack up credits as a jingle singer for national commercials, an actor in musicals, as well as a featured dancer in Chicago's ballet scene, acquiring his union cards by the age of eleven.
Mr. Pelty has been a featured stage performer nationally, internationally and on Broadway for over thirty years. A true triple threat, Adam has deep roots in music, dance and acting. He is particularly known for his ability to fuse physical comedy with classical nuance in all theatrical forms. Adam has spent a career being equally comfortable in outrageous comedy (The Drowsy Chaperone, Spamalot), legit musical theatre (Cyrano, Titanic), and non-musical pieces (American Buffalo, Lend Me A Tenor, Syncopation), as well as in cabaret, revue, and other performance formats.