A stand-up comedian since 1997, Adam has performed all over Australia, Britain and the USA.

Making his television debut performing stand-up on Hey Hey It's Saturday, Adam's no stranger to television, enjoying guest appearances on Rove, The Glasshouse, Celebrity Dog School, The Footy Show, Sleuth 101 and most recently Celebrity Splash.

Adam was also a Spicks and Specks regular - where his impression of an Australian Idol audition, is still very popular on YouTube. In 2011, Adam also co-wrote and co-starred in the six-part ABC1 series Outland. Initially a short film, Outland revolves around a group of gay science-fiction fans.

Enjoying a successful stand-up career, Adam was a national finalist in the 1997 Raw Comedy competition and was the recipient of a Moosehead Award grant in 1998 for his first ever full-length stand-up comedy show 'Tragedy.'

In 1998 he also played Sydney and Edinburgh in the live show oz.dot.comedy with Carl Barron. He has self-produced several shows for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival since 1999's "Adam Richard in Disgrace."

But Adam began his gossip queen career as Triple J's Mister Bitch and has spent the last ten years as The Fabulous Adam Richard, part of Melbourne's Number 1 FM breakfast team on Fox FM. In 2010 he also joined the breakfast teams on Adelaide's SA.FM and Perth's 92.9.

For the past 3 years Adam has also made up one third of the hilarious weekly podcast 'Talking Poofy' alongside Toby Sullivan and Scott Brennan as well as co-host of the live show and podcast 'The Shelf' with Justin Hamilton.

In 2014 Adam starred on the revamped version of popular music game show ‘Spicks & Specks’ as team captain on ABC1.

"...offensive and not particularly funny..." The Age

"Newsflash: Kylie and Delta... jokes not funny." Herald Sun

"...laugh-a-minute show... major crowd pleaser..." Adelaide Theatre Guide

"...it's like having him in your kitchen..." The Scotsman

"...he's like a cockroach..." Gretel Killeen