ADRIANNE RICHARDS is an actor, dancer, singer/songwriter. She has lived and performed all over the world, including Hamburg Germany, Paris France, and all across Canada, and the United States.
At the age of 12, she had her theatrical debut in Vancouver BC, with the theatre company Claymar Productions. She attended the University of the Arts as a dance major in Philadelphia, PA, and was asked to dance with Koresh Dance Company for a season, before heading to Germany to perform in the musical Cats. She stayed in Germany to perform in Cabaret and the World Premiere of Miami Nights both in German, and shortly after, she starred on The Mistral, a cruise ship that travelled around the Mediterranean.
As she began her film and TV career in Montreal, Canada, she continued to perform in other plays, musicals and dance companies such as the French premiere of the musical Chicago, both in Montreal and Paris, 17 Anonymous Women, Jackson Dance Network, and originated the role of Bobbi in Sidemart Theatrical Grocer's The Haunted Hillbilly. She was on the CELLBLOCK National Tour of Chicago and was fortunate to work on Chicago once more at the Hollywood Bowl directed by Brooke Shields
Adrianne's film and TV credits include ABC's Desperate Housewives, Lifetime's Circle of Friends, CBS's Friends with Better Lives. She was cast in Chazz Palminteri's Noel where she worked with Susan Sarandon, as well as Levine's Zachary Samuel: Illusionist that did very well in the festival circuit. Adrianne starred in Susan Fuda's Feature Film Underneath, and Steven Espinosa's The Black Dahlia Ballet and American Dancer.Adrianne wrote, starred and produced the short Strangle Me Elmo that was accepted at the California Women's Film Festival.
Adrianne played with In the Living Room, a band she founded with her best friend Michael Daniel Murphy in Montreal Canada, and in 2012 debuted her solo album "Happy" produced by Casey Hurt.