• Born in 1975 in Tenafly, New Jersey
• American nationality, white ethnicity
• Attended the Acting Studio in New York City
• Career began with off-Broadway productions and stage roles
• Notable film roles in "Tennessee" and "The Immigrant"
• TV roles include "Ripper Street", "The Ex List", and "Dietland"
• Engaged to actress Charleen McKenna since 2019
• Net worth of ~$18 millions

Who is Adam Rothenberg?

Adam Rothenberg was born on 20 June 1975 under the birth sign of Gemini, in Tenafly, New Jersey USA, of Jewish descent. He is an actor, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Carter in the drama “Tennessee”, playing Capt. Homer Jackson in the BBC One drama mystery series “Ripper Street”, and featuring as Officer DeKeiffer in the drama “The Immigrant”.

How rich is he, as of now? Adam Rothenberg Net Worth

As of mid-2024, Adam’s net worth is estimated at close to $2 million, accumulated through his career as an actor over 25 years, on the stage, TV and the big screen.

Early Life, Education, Nationality, Ethnicity

Concerning his early life, Adam Rothenberg apparently spent his childhood in his hometown of Tenafly in New Jersey, where he was raised alongside his five siblings by his parents, Gillian and Kenneth Rothenberg. He holds American nationality and is of white ethnicity.

Regarding his educational background, Adam went to the Acting Studio in New York City, where he trained under James Price. Prior to pursuing career as an actor, he worked various odd jobs, including as a security guard, garbage man, and fact-checker for Mademoiselle Magazine. Moreover, he served in the US Army in Germany from 1996 to 1997.

Career on Stage

While attending the Acting Studio, Adam performed as a part of Chelsea Repertory Company & LAB, then right after graduation, he began performing in off-Broadway productions, appearing in the critically acclaimed role as SGT Al Colombato in The Women’s Project’s 2003 production “Birdy”, and then portraying the leading role in the Second Stage Theatre’s production of “Danny And The Deep Blue Sea” in 2004.

Adam Rothenberg

Adam also featured as Chimney Bosch, a Scottish storyteller, in Trip Cullman’s production “The Wooden Breeks” at the MCC Theater in 2006, while Adam’s other significant stage roles include Stanley Kowalski in the 2004 play “A Streetcar Named Desire” at the Kennedy Center’s Tennessee Williams Festival, Doug in “Mother Of Invention” (2003) at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Lord Darlington in Moisés Kaufman’s play “Lady Windermere’s Fan” in 2005. He has also performed in “A Doll’s House”, “Burn This”, “Mad Forest”, “A Steady Rain”, among many others, all of which added a considerable amount to his net worth, and increased enormously his popularity in the world of acting.

Career Beginnings on Television and Big Screen

Speaking about his career on television and the big screen, Adam Rothenberg made his debut appearance in the short drama film “Modern Young Man” (1999), directed by Harris Smith, which was followed by his portrayals of Flapjax Patrons in Lawrence Ferber’s short comedy “Cruise Control” in 2001. Thereafter, he portrayed The Man in the 2003 short film “Coyote Beach”, which he also produced, and starred in another short film, entitled “Instinct Theory”, in 2004. Concurrently, Adam also guest-starred in such television series as “Hack”, “The Jury”, and “Conviction”.

Rise to Prominence

In 2006, Adam filmed two series – “Damages”, portraying Evan Wexler, and “Misconceptions”, playing Eddie Caprio – but neither of them were broadcast. However, it didn’t stop him continuing to pursue his professional career, so after guest-starring as Marty Vance in an episode of the NBC police procedural legal drama series “Law & Order”, he won the role of David ‘Augie’ Augustine in the CBS comedy drama series “The Ex List” (2008-2009). During the same year, Adam also featured as Bob Truman in the comedy-crime film “Mad Money”, and landed the role of Carter in the drama film “Tennessee”, after which he played Mark Boyd in the 2009 comedy drama “Under New Management”, directed by Joe Otting, increasing his net worth by a large margin, as well as his fame.

“Ripper Street” and Other Projects

With the beginning of the 2010s, Adam continued to line up successes, as he filmed the romantic comedy “The Dish & The Spoon” (2011) and then as Capt. Homer Jackson, joined the cast of “Ripper Street”, which was broadcast on BBC One as from 2012 to 2016, increasing further his wealth and popularity. Parallel with filming that, Adam also starred in the role of Officer DeKeiffer in James Gray’s 2013 romantic drama “The Immigrant”, which was followed by his appearance as Danny in the WE-TV legal drama series “The Divide” in 2014. Additionally, he was selected to play Dominic O’Shea in the AMC dark comedy drama series “Dietland”, and was then cast as Reverend Matthew Deaver in the Hulu psychological horror anthology web series “Castle Rock”, both in 2018, and concurrently guest-starring in an episode of the Netflix comedy drama series “Orange Is The New Black”.

Most recently, he appeared as Santiago in “The Mauritanian” (2021), and in the TV series’ “The Serpent” in 2020, and “Ozark” in 2022

Personal Life: His Fiancée Charleen McKenna

Speaking about his personal life, Adam Rothenberg has been romantically involved in a relationship with famous Irish actress Charleen McKenna since 2016. They met while they were filming “Ripper Street”, in which she portrayed Mary Erskine, and started dating in no time. Adam and Charleen took a step further as they became engaged in March of 2019, and married at Castle Leslie, Glaslough in January 2021.

 Appearance and Vital Statistics

Adam Rothenberg has short dark brown hair and green eyes. His vital statistics are unknown, but his body type is described as ‘fit’.

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