Adam Fergus Net Worth , Early Life, Career

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Adam Fergus Net Worth
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Adam Fergus Net Worth is $3 Million USD

Early Life:

Adam Fergus, an Irish actor on stage, film and television, is born in Drogheda. He was born on September 24, 1979 in Drogheda in County Louth, and grew up in Laytown. His parents were a nurse and a recruit specialist. Before attending University College Dublin, he attended Clongowes College. He was a member of the “Dramsoc”(Imperial College Dramatic Society).


Adam Fergus debuted in the film Inside I’m Dancing and in a tv series Proof in 2004. His notable performances are in the film’s like Happy Ever Afters, Grandpa Speak to Me in Russian and Satellites & Meteorites. First became widely known for bringing to life Adam Fitzpatrick in the series Being Erica. He would later take on the mantle of Mick Davies in the CW’s Supernatural.

Personal Life:

Adam Fergus was Married to Hayley Erin Feil in Aug 2020. On August 9 & 10, 2021 Adam Fergus and Hayley Erin welcomed their twin daughters, Juno and Maude.

Who Is Adam Fergus Wife?

Adam Fergus wife name is Hayley Erin Feil and She is an American actress. She is known for playing the teenage Brenda Feldman on Modern Family and Abby Newman on The Young and The Restless.

Full NameAdam Fergus
Date of BirthSeptember 24, 1979
BirthplaceDrogheda, Ireland
Birth SignLibra
Source of MoneyActor
Marital StatusMarried
WifeHayley Erin
Height5′ 10″ (1.78 m)
2 (Twins)
Net Worth$3 million

What is the Age of Adam Fergus?

Adam Fergus Age is 43 Years.

What is net worth?

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