Meet Adrian Homes

Barbados has yet once again produced an unbelievable talent in the likes of Adrian Holmes. Born in Wrexham, North Wales, raised in Vancouver and a native to Barbados in the West Indies, Adrian was attracted to the stage from a young age. At the age of 11 he played the Lion in his school play, “The Wizard of Oz” and it was at that time he felt a strong connection to the performing arts. Adrian has been in the industry for 20 yrs now and has been working professionally for 10. He has had the privilege of working with the beautiful Halle Berry, as her love interest, in “Frankie and Alice”, Adrian Brody in “Wrecked”, and most recently Gary Oldman in “Red Riding Hood”.

Aside from acting, Adrian helped out at his parents Nursing Home in Nanaimo BC before graduating from the Langara College RN program in 2001. He worked for only a short time in the hospital as he was soon made aware of his true calling. Adrian feels truly blessed to have a career as an actor. He hopes to be doing it for very long time continuing to inspire and give performances that show strength and vulnerability.

“He has stared alongside award winner Halle Berry, as her love interest “Clifton” in the highly buzzed about film FRANKIE AND ALICE, slated for worldwide release in February 2011. He can then be seen in the thriller RED RIDING HOOD directed by Catherine Hardwicke, opposite Amanda Seyfried and Gary Oldman (as Oldman’s right hand man, in the film) to be released in March 2011. Holmes also recently wrapped working with Academy Award winner Adrien Brody in the upcoming film WRECKED, and the film HANGAR 14 opposite Steve Austin, both to be released in 2011. Holmes is not only making waves in film, he has also made his mark in television over the years, being seen on notable series such as “FOX’s Fringe” and “Human Target,” the CW’s “Supernatural,” and SYFY’s “Battlestar Galactica.” He may be best known, however, for his recurring role as “Basqat” on the ninth season of the long running, successful CW series “Smallville.”

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