Who is Adam Sevani?
Adam G. Sevani was born on 29 June 1992, in Los Angeles, California, USA, and is a dancer as well as an actor, perhaps best known for his role in the “Step-Up” film series, in which he played the character Robert Alexander III, also known as Moose.
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The Net Worth of Adam Sevani
How rich is Adam Sevani? As of late-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $1.5 million, earned through a successful career as an actor. He’s been in the entertainment industry since 2002, and has also done voice acting work during his career.
Early Life and Career Beginnings
There are very few details that have been shared about Adam’s life before his career as an actor/dancer. He has not given information much about his upbringing and education, but his mother and father are Edita and Gagik Sevani-Manucharian of Armenian and Italian descent. It is a great likelihood that he grew up with a strong passion for dancing, leading him to be cast in the 2008 Touchstone Pictures film “Step Up”, and sequel entitled “Step Up 2: The Streets”.
The dance film was directed by John M. Chue and was choreographed by several high profile names including Dave Scott. The film focuses on a rebellious street dancer played by Briana Evigan, who becomes a part of an elite school. She has to fight to fit in while trying to balance her old life. Eventually, she partners with another dancer and forms a crew of class outcasts who compete in an underground dance battle in Baltimore. His performance in the film was praised by critics, and publications including “The New York Times”. The film was also commercially successful, despite mixed reviews. He also won a Young Hollywood Award.
Rise to Prominence
Thanks to his prowess as a dancer and popularity at the time, he started to work on several music videos, including “Switch” by Will Smith, “Church” by T-Pain, and “Breathe, Stretch, Shake” by Mase. He did choreography work too, and was a back-up dancer to Kevin Federline during the Teen Choice Awards. He also had a highly publicized dance battle with Miley Cyrus, and was a part of a tribute video dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson’s Thriller.
He reprised his role of Moose in the third installment of the “Step-Up” series entitled “Step Up 3D”, which now centered on him alongside his character’s best friend played by Alyson Stoner. The two get mixed up in the underground dance scene while they are in New York. The film became the highest grossing installment of the franchise, earning over $159 million worldwide. As the name denotes, it is the first film in the series to be shot in 3D, and the second film to feature Dolby Surround 7.1, which was first used in “Toy Story 3”. It received generally positive reviews.
In 2012, Adam had a small role in the film “Step-Up Revolution”, which is the fourth instalment of the series but then had a bigger role as he reprised Moose once more in the final “Step-Up” film, entitled “Step Up: All In”. The dance film was directed by Trish Sie, and sees the return of many dancers from previous iterations of the franchise. However, it was the lowest grossing film of the series, earning a total of just $86 million, and attracting mixed reviews.
In recent years, he has been doing less acting work and seemingly took a break for four years. His next notable project would occur in 2018, when he had a minor role in the television series entitled “Lucifer”. He also worked on the 2019 animated film entitled “Wonder Park”, doing voices for several minor characters. The animated film was a collaboration of Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies. It follows the story of a young girl who encounters a real version of her imaginary magical amusement park, and starred Matthew Broderick, Jennifer Garner, Mila Kunis, and Ken Jeong. The film received mixed reviews, but managed to gross over $119 million worldwide.
Personal Life and Social Media
For his personal life, not much is known about Sevani’s romantic relationships. He’s been romantically connected to several of his co-stars, including Alyson Stoner, and to dancers he’s worked with, but none of them have ever been confirmed. He mentions that he has an older brother who also pursued a career in the entertainment industry. One of the reasons why he’s done very few acting projects after his work with the “Step Up” franchise is due to him fully pursuing a career in dance.
Similar to numerous dancers and actors, he is active online through accounts on social media. He has an Instagram account with over 730,000 followers, and uses the platform to showcase some of his day to day endeavors. He mainly works various dance projects, and travels around the world for dance related work. He does choreography and also continues to make dance appearances for ad campaigns as well as for music videos. He also posts a lot of dance videos online. There are numerous fan pages of him online too, but which are not related to him directly and have been mainly inactive since the peak of his popularity in film.