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Adrian Luke Sinclair, Born in St. Andrews, Jamaica a suburb of Kingston. When Adrian was five his family immigrated to the United States, to the East Flatbush area of Brooklyn, New York. Living on East 93rd Street, and Winthrop Ave., Adrian also lived in Crown Heights, Flatbush, and Coney Island. Adrian is well acquainted with going against the grain. It is his strict caribbean upbringing and rebellious 'rude-boy' mentality that motivated him to always dream big dreams.

 

It is Adrian's aggressive imagination, and forward thinking which is helping him materialize his dreams into reality. Driven by his belief, trust in God, and the fact that he pays homage to those who came before him. Those who inspired and paved the way which gives him strength to charge forth on the back of his ancestors.

 

From the street corner, to bootcamp, to the Boardroom, onto the screen his military, martial arts experiences, and travels, are channeled through Film and stage as a testament to the human condition. In his words "God made us all different so that we can make a difference", which summarizes his catalyst for change.

 

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Adrian's Favorite Things

Too Late @ the Poets Den

  • Adrian Play's Uncle Man, His nephew has committed suicide because of his absentee father and he must deal with his own son's issues of coping and him being a absentee father

    July 16, 2013 | (10 ) Comments

  • Adrian's Projects on IMDB

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  • Adrian's Resume on Actors Access

    January 01, 2009 | (10 ) Comments

Cicatrize

  • "To win a war is just as disasterous as to lose one" - agatha christi Cicatrize is a screenplay written by Adrian, which tells a story of war seen through the eyes of an Iraqi ophan.

    September 05, 2011 | (130 ) Comments

  • Follow Adrian Luke on Twitter

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"If you have faith as small as a mustard seed" Luke 17:6

"Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens." - Carl Gustav Jung