A talented writer and producer Adam Beason is popular for his work in the movies like The B-Ring, The Ranger and Last Man Standing. Besides being a talented screenwriter, he is also an actor and is known for his appearances on his former wife Catherine Bell's show, JAG.
Adam Beason was born as Adam David Beason, in Los Angeles, California, the United States of America to American parents. He is an American and is of white ethnicity.
Adam is a writer and producer by profession. His remarkable works include his contribution in The B-Ring, The Ranger and Of Mice and Men (1992). Adam is also the writer for the movies like Last Man Standing and Deceived.
Talking about his personal life, Adam Beason was a married man. He was married to wife Catherine Bell, an actress known for starring the role of Lieutenant Colonel Sarah MacKenzie of the television series JAG, where Beason also appeared thrice.
The couple first met when Catherine appeared as Isabella Rossellini's nude body double in Death Becomes Her (1992), and Adam Beason was the film's director Robert Zemeckis' assistant.
On 8th of May 1994, Adam married Catherine Bell after 2 years of dating. She is the winner of Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television. The duos also share 2 children: a daughter named Gemma, born on April 16, 2003, and a son named Ronan, born on August 21, 2010.
Though they were together for more than one and a half decade, this married life was not that strong enough to hold its married vow. They got divorced in 2012. The former couple lived in 5,700-square-foot faux-Tuscan-style mini-mansion in Calabasas, California, which they sold in 2010.
Currently, Beason is not reported to be dating while his ex-wife is dating and living with photographer and party planner Brooke Daniells in Los Angeles since 2012.
As of 2018, Adam Beason's net worth is estimated to be $1 million while Catherine net worth sums up to $15 million. Having been the part some big budget movies, his salary for his role is obvious to be high, but the details are yet to be made public.