Adam Ried attended Sir Robert Borden H.S. and was a member of the National Champion High School Improv Team. He became the school's president in his senior year. Adam Ried completed his graduation and joined his friend Roger Damon Price and started co-writing series along with his producer friend. Adam began his multifaceted career in entertainment with the 80s CJOH cult comedy, "You Can't Do That On Television" at the age of twelve.
Adam then attended Ryerson University's film program and won the 'Norman Jewison Filmmaker's Award' for his graduating short, "Token for your Thoughts", which also won a 'Gold Plaque Award' at the Chicago Intercom Festival.
He also appeared in the Kids in the Hall movie Brain Candy. He also played Joe Shuster in a Heritage Minute commercials and has also appeared in commercials for Future Shop and WestJet and Toyota starring as an insecure young commercial director in the process of making a Toyota ad.
Adam Ried is 44 years old Canadian nationality actor and director with white ethnicity having height 5 feet 10 inch. He got married to his wife Kristin with whom Adam has a child together. Adam Ried earns most of his salary from his acting and directing career which adds up to his recent net worth of U.S $200 thousand U.S. dollars.