Adin Boyer has always been a performer at heart. He is a pianist, singer-songwriter, composer, producer, indie rocker, Chris Martin worshipper, and reverb connoisseur who draws influences from uplifting arena alternative rock outfits such as Coldplay (of course), The Killers, U2, and Keane. In addition to his passion for music, he is also an aspiring actor, who has appeared as an extra on season 3 and 4 of Netflix’s “Atypical”.
Born and raised in Southern California, and classically trained in piano and voice, the 21-year-old first gained widespread international notoriety after his musical comedy videos racked up millions of views on TikTok in 2020. Adin is a graduate of the prestigious Orange County School of the Arts’ Classical Voice Conservatory, and is also a graduate of the California Institute of the Arts, receiving his BFA in performance and composition studies in 2021. He is forever grateful for his academic disability accommodations teams at OCSA and CalArts, who welcomed him with open arms, and truly believed in him.
2022 is the year of major changes for the nerdy classical piano perfect pitch choir kid. He’s tremendously excited to take on the world with his debut EP, Caseload, a series of songs he wrote to help him cope with the overwhelm of the world around him as a person on the autism spectrum. The five-song collection was recorded with his band of CalArts comrades and engineered, mixed, and mastered by the frontman of one of Adin’s all-time favorite bands, A Silent Film.
Adin discovered his passion for acting in 2019, when he began working with the Miracle Project as a part of their company class. The sense of community he has felt in acting circles has been like no other, and he is tremendously looking forward to his involvement in more.