Adam Musial

Adam Musial

My cousin owns a farm near Versailles (pronounced ver-SAILS), in the Midwest, which my brother and I used to explore with some friends while hunting squirrels for sport. That kind of activity happens all throughout the Midwest region and was an essential way for Musial to stay connected to his roots.

Professional Career

Adam is a New York based performing Artist who has appeared professionally on both stage and screen. Recently he performed in Matt Lenz’s USA/CA national tour of The Sound of Music as Jafar from Aladdin on Disney Cruise Line’s Classic sailings ‘Disney on Classic’ ‘Disney on Classic’ cruise ship ‘Disney on Classic’.

As a real estate agent, he assists his clients in finding their ideal home. His skills include contract negotiation, property valuation estimation and more.

Adam is an avid runner who loves traveling. He values people greatly, considering himself an extremely warm individual. Adam provides coaching audition classes and workshops as well as voice lessons; an alumnus of Millikin University as well as Actor’s Equity Association membership; plus being a loving father and husband!

Achievement and Honors

He is the recipient of several awards, such as the Musial Award for Extraordinary Sportsmanship. Additionally, he has played an instrumental role in Broadway shows and national tours as an audition pianist, class accompanist and vocal coach – graduating from Iowa State University. He is a four-time conference champion swimmer and captain of St. Charles East High School’s swimming team. Additionally, he competed in water polo as an additional sport. He will join other notable athletes and sports figures, such as NHL legend Wayne Gretzky, NBA All-Star Bryce Harper, MLB pitcher Justin Verlander, Olympic high jumpers Mutaz Barshim and Gianmarco Tamberi and Scripps National Spelling Bee champion Zaila Avant-garde at this year’s Musial Awards which will air live on Christmas Day.

Personal Life

Musial was one of the most beloved figures in America, known for his seemingly infinite capacity of grace and friendliness. That made him popular enough that people never stopped talking about him; one such story occurred in 1941, when Musial hit his first home run against Pittsburgh’s Rip Sewell in game two; it was caught by Donora fan who presented it back to Musial afterward as a token of their appreciation.

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