Adam Klugman
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Adam Klugman

Adam Klugman
Adam Somers Klugman

(1963-07-11) July 11, 1963 (age 56)
OccupationMedia strategist, campaign consultant
Political partyDemocratic[1]
Parent(s)Brett Somers (1924-2007)
Jack Klugman (1922-2012)
RelativesLeslie Klein (half-sister)
David Klugman (brother)
Jim Fyfe (brother-in-law)
Brian Klugman (first cousin once removed)

Adam Somers Klugman (born July 11, 1963) is an American media strategist and campaign consultant. He and his older brother David are the sons of stage, film, and television actor Jack Klugman and actress, singer, and comedian Brett Somers.[2] He had an older half-sister Leslie Klein (d. 2006) from his mother's first marriage. As a child, Adam appeared with his father on The Odd Couple.[3]

He was a top-10 finalist in the 2003 "Bushin30Seconds" contest[4] and winner of the 2004 DNC Video Contest[5] with "America's Party":60.[6] His more recent projects include Mad As Hell Doctors[7] and First Freedom First.[8]

A resident of West Linn, Oregon, Klugman is a liberal and has worked on local elections, including ones for "No Growth"[clarification needed] candidates in West Linn and for Oregon Ballot Measure 49.[9] His current[when?] project is a liberal radio show called Mad as Hell in America with Adam Klugman.[10]


  1. ^ "why be a democrat?". Archived from the original on April 18, 2012.
  2. ^ Spotlight can burn children of the famous - Entertainment - (October 3, 2010).
  3. ^ Adam Klugman - IMDb
  4. ^ Bush in 30 Seconds Archived September 23, 2010, at the Wayback Machine (February 22, 1999).
  5. ^ Stahl, Jon. (July 31, 2004) Oregonians win DNC video contestJon Stahl's Journal | Jon Stahl's Journal.
  6. ^ DNC Video contest winner - America's Party : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive. (March 10, 2001).
  7. ^ Angry Oregon doctors take health care message on tour.
  8. ^ Welcome - Archived January 16, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
  9. ^ Anderson, Jennifer (November 26, 2007). "TV son pitches a video anthem". West Linn Tidings. Retrieved 2013.
  10. ^ New Talk Radio Show "Mad As Hell in America with Adam Klugman" Offers Callers One Minute to be "Mad As Hell".

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