Zac Adams was born in Baton Rouge, LA. After graduating from Watkins Film School in Nashville, TN, Adams wrote, produced, and directed 5 short films. Each of these films played at several film festivals, and two screened on PBS stations across the country.
Adams is also an award-winning screenwriter, and three of his screenplays have placed in the finals of nine national screenplay competitions.
Adams' PBS Mini-Series, "Southern Haunts" is a program that delves into the myths and mysteries behind some of the most fascinating ghost stories of the south. It has won 6 International Awards, been viewed by millions on PBS, and is narrated by national TV and radio personality, Charlie Chase, from "Crook and Chase" fame.
He has also written, produced, and directed music videos, feature films, TV Pilots, and marketing videos. His work has been seen on PBS, VH-1, MTV, GAC, CMT PURE, and CMT.
Adams is currently developing several new TV shows, documentaries, and feature films. His film, "Nashville Rises," a documentary about the epic 2010 Nashville flood, was nominated for a 2012 Emmy. It is narrated by Academy Award winner Billy Bob Thornton. To view the trailer, visit:
Adams is currently at work on several new inspiring documentaries.
HUNGER IN AMERICA is a powerful look at the secret hunger crisis happening in America’s own back yard. The film is narrated by "Desperate Housewives" star, James Denton.
AUTISM IN AMERICA is a film focusing on autism acceptance and awareness. It’s narrated by "Grey’s Anatomy" star, Chandra Wilson.
IRON WILL: A Veteran's Battle with PTSD. It's narrated by Billy Bob Thornton.
"I am a filmmaker. That is who I am. My goal is to tell meaningful stories that inspire, educate, and entertain." Zac Adams