Adam Pally is known as an American actor, comedian, and writer. He is most famous for his role as Max Blum in the ABC comedy series Happy Endings and as Dr. Peter Prentice in The Mindy Project.
Adam Saul Pally was born on March 18, 1982 in New York, NY. Pally is the child of Dr. Steven Pally and Caryn Pally. Dr. Steven is an osteopathic doctor and runs his own office. Pally has two sisters, Erica and Risa. He graduated from New School University.
On July 8, 2008, Pally married his significant other, Daniella Anne Pally Liben Pally and Daniella have three children together. They have sons named Cole and Drake and a daughter named Georgia Grace.
Pally has acted in many famous films like Iron Man 3 and Taking Woodstock. He has appeared on popular TV programs like Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Californication, and The Colbert Report.
From April 2011 to May 2013, Pally featured as Max Blum, one of the lead characters on the ABC comedy, Happy Endings, along with Eliza Coupe, Elisha Cuthbert, Zachary Knighton, Damon Wayans, Jr., and Casey Wilson. In 2013, Pally was chosen for "Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series" at the Critics' Choice Television Awards for his work on season three of Happy Endings. Following the end of Happy Endings, Pally joined the cast of The Mindy Project for the second and third season, accepting the role of Dr. Peter Prentice. He left the show part of the way through the third season. Pally appeared in a film along with Thomas Middleditch in the comedy Search Party. This film was the directorial debut presentation of screenwriter Scot Armstrong.
Pally is a standard member of the comedy site Funny or Die, where he is best known for his program, Riding Shotgun with Adam Pally, where he converses with huge names in his vehicle. Pally has shown up routinely on numerous podcasts on the Earwolf network.
In November 2019, Paramount Pictures released a second trailer for its "Sonic the Hedgehog" film that shows off a huge update of the character, and there was no uncertainty that the fans were finally satisfied. The first trailer for the film, based off the "Sonic the Hedgehog" games, was released in late April, and immediately was met with remorseless blowback. Disappointed fans felt the speed of the applauded brisk blue hedgehog wasn't satisfactory. Adam has a supporting role in the film.