Adam Dunbar is an actor best known for his performances on stage, film and television. He appeared in the debut episode of Cracker as well as Line of Duty, Kidnapped and Murphy’s Law.
Mr. Wilson is a member of both the Dramatists Guild and Ohio Playwrights Circle and is known for writing several plays.
Early Life and Education
Dunbar hails from Miami’s Overtown district, an area plagued by drugs, crime and urban decay that has proven resilient despite young residents struggling to stay out of poverty. He credits his mother Twanette with helping him avoid temptations and risks in this environment dominated by drugs, crime and urban decay.
He is the grandson of Paul Laurence Dunbar, an African-American poet who became one of the first nationally prominent African American writers. Dunbar’s research focuses on exploring intersections among race, culture, criminal justice and public opinion towards policing and punishment; most recently at Chelsea Theatre in New York City and Naughton Studio Lyric Theater Belfast.
Dunbar’s scholarship specializes in nineteenth-century African American literature and culture. Additionally, she has published in Russian and AfroCuban studies. Additionally, she teaches courses related to African American literature, race/society relations in America as well as black itinerancy.
Dunbar also enjoys a distinguished career in theatre. She has performed in multiple plays at Dublin’s Abbey Theatre as well as directed many productions.
Since 2018 he has been racing with Ineos Grenadiers, and despite injuries and a negative Covid-19 test result, has shown good form. This culminated with winning the Coppi e Bartali. There has been speculation he may move onto rival World Tour team BikeExchange-Jayco next season; additionally he has appeared on television series such as Line of Duty, Cracker and Ashes to Ashes.
Achievement and Honors
Dunbar made 12 appearances with the Ragin’ Cajuns this season and amassed 23 tackles, earning him a place on Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
Dunbar can be seen starring in the critically-acclaimed series Line of Duty, Triggermen, Shooters, Ashes to Ashes Richard Plantagenet and Widows Peak among others. He has also made multiple theater productions such as My Left Foot and The Crying Game at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast.
S3 students Emily MacGregor, Eva Smith, Sylvie Fennell and Aimee Watson participated in Edinburgh’s Pretty Muddy 5K Challenge to raise over PS700 for Macy, an eight-year old living in Dunbar who requires surgery to correct her scoliosis. Congratulations on an incredible accomplishment by all!
Dunbar is a criminologist at the University of Delaware and his research focuses on how attitudes about race, culture and crime influence criminal justice decisions and policies. He has published in Journal of Experimental Criminology, Justice Quarterly and Race & Justice among others.
He has appeared as Superintendent Ted Hastings in all six seasons of Line of Duty, Kidnapped, Murphy’s Law and Ashes to Ashes as well as stage performances at Dublin Abbey Theatre such as The Shaughraun and Exiles as well as Conversations on a Homecoming at London Royal Court Theatre.
He contributes to the Clan Dunbar DNA Project, an ancestry-tracing initiative using genealogy records and Y-DNA test results to assist participants. He belongs to Dunbar Lineage 2, descended from male descendants of Gospatric. His first American ancestor was John Dunbar of Philadelphia County who died from typhus at Valley Forge.
He is a well-known actor, having appeared in multiple movies. Thanks to his acting career, he has amassed an enormous fortune.
He produced the television series, Alter Eco, which debuted in June 2008 to educate people about living an eco-friendly lifestyle.
His son Cameron is an aspiring soccer player for LA Galaxy academy. Additionally, they have two younger sons named Nicky and Adam whom they enjoy watching soccer matches on both YouTube and television.
Dunbar owns an expansive holding of Standex International stock. Since 2015, he has made 17 trades of this share worth an estimated total of more than $1,0550,000; its price-earnings ratio stands at 9.7 and the company resides in Dallas, Texas.