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Nate Adams


Nate Adams began his career in Hollywood as a screenwriter and has written for such Hollywood stalwarts as Doug Davidson (The Departed, The Grudge), Greg Shapiro (The Hurt Locker) and Mark Morgan (Twilight). 

Nate began his producing career with the sports documentary, King of the Streets, which aired on Showtime in 2006 as the network’s highest rated sporting programming. Nate has gone on to produce and direct projects for Visa, EA (Electronic Arts), Showtime, CBS, History Channel, SPIKE TV, Animal Planet and The Emmy’s.  

Working alongside Adam Carolla, Nate recently wrapped Producing and Co-Directing the feature length documentary Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman, based on Newman’s 35 year racing career. The documentary will be released in 2015 and features Robert Redford, Tom Cruise, Patrick Dempsey, Robert Wagner, Jay Leno, Mario Andretti, Sebastien Bourdais and many other racers.

In 2013, Adams began the process of producing the feature film Road Hard, based on the tumultuous life of a stand up comedian on the road. It’s written and directed by Kevin Hench and Adam Carolla. Road Hard broke industry boundaries from it’s inception by raising over 1.4 million dollars through crowdfunding that was fueled by multiple viral videos featuring Adam Carolla and Bryan Cranston. Road Hard stars Adam Carolla, Jay Mohr, David Koechner, Howie Mandel, Illeana Douglas and Diane Farr. The movie is currently in post production and will be released in 2015.

Nate was born and raised in Montana and currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Melissa and his son Greyson.