Even as a child, Canadian-born Adam Harrington always wanted to be an actor. But marine biology, a field in which he obtained a Masters degree, was also a passion. In the mid-1990s, he started getting small acting gigs in a number of television shows such as "Millennium," "Viper," and the adventure "NightMan." He also played different characters in three episodes of the revamped "The Outer Limits" and made his feature debut in the 2001 horror movie "Valentine." Harrington's most recognizable trait is his voice and the actor has done numerous voiceover work for commercials and video games, most notably performing as venal cop Roy Earle for "L.A. Noire."