Adam Lee Kovic (born February 20, 1985) is an American online video content creator, content producer, actor, voice actor, show and podcast host, video game entertainer and Internet and YouTube personality known for his current work in the Funhaus and The Know division of Rooster Teeth, as well as his former position working at Machinima Inc. on Inside Gaming. He is also an actor and editor, known for The Eleven Little Roosters, Creepy text Theatre Animated, civilization: The Movie, and Inside Gaming Animated. He is also a co-anchor of The Know and Bruce's right hand man.
Formerly the "leader and Face" (co-founder, co-creator, original host) of the Machinima Inc. subsidiary Inside Gaming, Adam is known as the leader and face of Funhaus and was formerly known as the same in Inside Gaming of Machinima.
Adam is the resident straight man of Funhaus. He offsets the wackiness of Bruce, and cynicism of James. While he is the straight man, Kovic is the quietest of the trio, usually focused on playing games. He is usually seen accompanying his so called "bitch face" which he calls his rested face. Many jokes and fan art imitate him as an emotionless person and as Pikachu. Let it also be known that Ben Affleck once tweeted @adamkovic.
"Born to a family of some sort, Adam grew up around videogames maybe. After dropping out of what he thought was a college he went to work at some dump that was across the street from another dump. At that second dump, Adam found out about a place called MAACHEENNEMMMA. Seven years later he’s still here doing what he loves: Bruce." - Adam's Bio from InsideGaming
Early Life and educationEdit
Adam Kovic grew up in the Los Angeles County, California area where he attended elementary and junior high school but lived in Santa Clarita, California for his high school and college. He grew up around (presumably) video games.
For his Education, Adam studied at College of the Canyons after graduating from Saugus High School for three years from 2003, at age 18 until dropping out in 2006 at age 21.
First, Adam worked as an Talent Assistant at G4 Media for 10 months from September 2005 until June of 2006. There, he worked on Attack of the Show before that whole "switch up". He also made some friends, plenty of arch rivals and got to be in a few skits. Adam highly recommends this.
Next, he worked as an Editor at 32Thirteen, LLC based in Culver City, California for 11 months from January 2008 until December 2008. There, he did a large portion of assembling first cut of a House Music Documentary.
After this, Adam served as a Managing Producer/Host at Inside Gaming, a division of Machinima.com based in West Hollywood, CA for 8 years and 7 months from August 2006 until January of 2015. There, he worked as a Host and producer for Machinima Inc. Adam Kovic co-hosted the Machinima series Inside Halo, which didn't do well due to a lack of Halo news; soon, Adam was the sole host. Inside Halo's lack of news caught up with it and the show was canceled in 2012. This led to him hosting the successor to Inside Halo, Inside Gaming Daily.
On January 26, 2015, Adam Kovic has since left Machinima Inc and a large majority of InsideGaming left with him including, but not limited to, Bruce Greene, James Willems, Lawrence Sonntag, Sean Poole, Joel Rubin and Matt Peake. They all left together and formed the group Funhaus with Rooster Teeth , based in Rooster Teeth's offices and in Los Angeles, California. (more info here, here and here). He has since worked as a Content producer for Rooster Teeth Productions (Funhaus, The Know).
Role at inside Gaming Edit
Kovic was he co-anchor of the Inside Gaming Daily new show, with Bruce. He is the main face of Inside Gaming (as he is in Funhaus) in a way. Kovic could often be seen as the person who represents the audience during gaming and gaming related arguments.
While on the Inside Gaming channel Kovic is most often the one who controls the games as he does on Funhaus. Kovic is usually the one who suffers through the terrible games they play. While Bruce and James riff on the games in the background Kovic usually offers his opinion.
Role At Funhaus Edit
Adam is currently working as an online video content creator and producer for the Funhaus division of Rooster Teeth Productions and is Bruce's right hand man. He was the leader and host and Machinima's Inside Gaming for nine years.
His job mainly entails having to endure Bruce's "humping", James' cynicism and Lawrence's salty humour (they mostly provide background commentary) and suffer through the terrible games they play as he operates the technicality of the gameplay controls (mouse, keyboard, XBox controller) sitting on the chair closest to the camera. He is also the person to be playing games for Demo Disk and Wheelhaus
Adam is also currently the co-anchor on The Know with Bruce Greene every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, a job same to the one he used to do on the Inside Gaming Daily news show while at Machinima. He is also a content producer for Funhaus (and regularly The Know), divisions of Rooster Teeth.
On the Funhaus channel, Kovic is most often the one who controls the games. Kovic is usually the one who suffers through the terrible games they play, such as Steam Roulette. While Bruce, James and Lawrence riff on the games in the background making jokes, Kovic usually offers his opinion. This also works to describe what he did while on the Inside Gaming channel.
Family Life Edit
Adam was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He is of Czechoslovakian and Croatian descent. His wife's family is of Hispanic descent. His dad's side of the family comes from Czechoslovakia and Croatia. He was raised speaking English and hardly learned any of the languages of his dad's side. Even Kovic's surname actually derives from Kovachevich/Cavachkovic. Because he is of Croatian descent, his surname is pronounced as "Kovich" and it's also a very common Croatian surname.
Adam's paternal uncle is Ron Kovic, a Vietnam War veteran hero and anti-war activist upon whom the novel and film Born on the Fourth of July is based. Born on the fourth of July is a movie about his life. He was an activist during Vietnam for the war to end and also for reform in the treatment of disabled veterans and for better military hospitals. Adam has previously confirmed this on the Inside Gaming subreddit as well as a video on his personal YouTube channel.
On August 4, 2012, he married his Hispanic girlfriend Jessica "Jess" Auten in North Hollywood, California. He resides in Los Angeles, California with his wife, Jess Kovic. His uncle Ron Kovic resides in Redondo Beach, California, but they "hardly interact nowadays".
- Adam has Galeophobia, a fear of sharks.
- Adam talks and snores in his sleep, much to the dismay of his wife, Jess Kovic, and Bruce.
- Adam made a video with the answer to life's questions
- Adam has revealed that he has appeared in two feature movies, these being 'Girl Next Door' and 'Little Nicky'.
- Adam Kovic said the infamous "like Skyrim with guns" quote, Adam Kovic defending the quote here
- Adam was one of the lead singers (Alongside with Bruce Greene) in a song named 'We love video games' (Which was created by the people behind 'Friday', 'Thanksgiving', and 'Chinese Food')
- His Mom is/was an undercover cop
- Is the nephew of Ron Kovic.
- He looks very similar to Jeremy Dooley, often confusing people.
- He first became a host with Machinima when the hit Xbox game Halo 3 was in its prime. He was one of the original host (with SodaGod, aka Mike Rouse) of Inside Halo.
- He was in a pilot for Machinima called Critical Flaw, a live action production YouTuve web series which didn't succeed past the first season.
- He has made appearances in/on On The Spot, Extra Life stream, The Gauntlet, various episodes of The Know, AHWU, a few Achievement Hunter Let's Plays, as well as various episodes of Funhaus shows.
- He has a thin tattoo around his left arm that says "God's in his heaven. All's right with the world." Originally penned by Robert Browning, Adam got the idea from the NERV logo in Evangelion.
- His mother is a police officer.
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