Adam La Rosa is a Melbourne-based actor of Italian origin and has been acting for well over ten years, finding success on Network TV drama shows (such as Marshall Law), countless TVC’s (most recently a Coles Click & Connect commercial) as well as various feature and short length films.
His appearance in the highly contentious 'Nightclubber' (2003) reignited his passion for acting, which is typified by his intense and emotional roles in 'Graceland' (2012) and 'Tiramisu' (2010).
Playing Constable Wiles in 'The Legend of Ben Hall' marks his first collaboration with Director Matthew Holmes and hopefully not his last. In addition to this, he’s also proud to be an Associate Producer in the film.
2014 has seen exciting opportunities and success for Adam, who’s recently played the role of a priest in 'Father Time' (2014), a bodyguard in 'The Tin Man' (2014) and will soon play the role of a sarcastic boss in 'Richie’s Kibirka’s' (2014).
“As an Australian actor, I felt not only a desire but a duty to invest in the industry and feel extremely humbled and proud to be an Associate Producer in addition to my small role in 'The Legend of Ben Hall'. Our industry has great talent which must be showcased alongside great Australian stories such as this. The story of Ben Hall is not one that is widely known, but nonetheless one that should be as it’s an important part of early Australian history.”