Adam Hedley, PGA Head Professional at Green Tree Country Club in Ivanhoe, Indiana
Heather Headley and Adam Pascal were taken by surprise when, during a performance of Aida in Chicago, an onstage mishap resulted in them falling offstage due to a set mishap during its climactic scene – when their suspended “tomb” fell from above and collapsed on them from above.
We found 18 public records of Adam Headley.
Early Life and Education
Headley began competing in the performing arts at an early age. She excelled in both show choir and school musical productions before attending Northrop High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana before enrolling at Northwestern University to study communications and musical theater.
Hiram was a blacksmith and farmer by trade. Additionally, he operated a store in Milton. Additionally, both Hiram and his wife belonged to Freewill Baptist Church where their five children included Hiram, Electra, Sarah, Lester, and Lucretia were members.
After his retirement, he relocated to Greenville, Ohio where he eventually died on February 4, 2019 at St. John Lutheran Church 7418 State Route 121-N Greenville Ohio at age 57. His remains were later interred at Greenville Family Cemetery.
Adam Hedley of Ivanhoe is a highly trained Nephrologist (Kidney Specialist). His practice encompasses chronic kidney disease management through dialysis or transplantation as well as treating resistant hypertension or related issues.
The original Broadway cast remains intact, with Tony Award winner Heather Headley taking up her role of Aida and Sherie Rene Scott reprising Amneris – Sherie Rene Scott having also reprised her role from Rent. Adam Pascal who appeared as Radames has joined as well.
On Saturday night in Chicago, Headley and Pascal were injured during a set mishap at the conclusion of their show. As they were being transported in an inflatable boxlike tomb that suddenly destabilized and fell 8 feet onto the stage – both were treated for their injuries at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Chad Moscovic from Brook Hollow Country Club in Denton currently leads by four shots.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Headley scored a 71 to lead his team to an unexpected one-up victory against Brett Beaty of Green Tree Country Club and Jason Alexander from The Club at Carlton Woods. On the final hole – which proved difficult – Adam hit his ball inches away from hitting it into the pin to seal victory for their side.
At Hartnell College he studied bioengineering before enrolling at UC Santa Cruz as a non-traditional student with plans to become a family doctor. The scholarship has helped him realize his goals and allow him to give back to his community; additionally he has volunteered at Special Kids Carnival over four years as well as participated in Boy Scouts and Future Farmers of America while in high school.
Adam is not only an artist; he also develops innovative business models to increase efficiency and effectiveness of client service. Adam is also an avid sports fan who volunteers as a coach for his younger brother’s travel baseball team.
He currently resides in Bristol, UK where his work has been displayed at Sid Motion Gallery, Arcade Fine Arts Gallery and Transition Gallery; as well as several alternative project spaces. Furthermore, there have been multiple group exhibitions of his works to his credit.
KEXP spoke with bandmates Andy Chase and Dominique Durand of Adam’s old band about reissuing their album and unearthing demos for its companion LP, as well as how revisiting those days made clear that Adam was far more than just another band member; he was family.
Adam Headley has amassed an impressive net worth despite his relatively young age. Alongside baseball, his work includes theatre and film projects including She’s Gotta Have It and Chicago Med among others.
He currently has a contract that expires this season and has reportedly been seeking a five-year deal at $15 million per year.
But this could present the Padres with an issue: trading him midseason could make Headley ineligible for a qualifying offer (these can only be made to players who have been with their team throughout the entire season), meaning other teams may be less receptive when free agency approaches.