Adam's first record contract was with Decca Records.
His astrological sign is Scorpio.
His Chinese astrological sign is the Horse.
Adam's song Goody Two Shoes was featured in the TV commercial for Diet Coke (2006).
Adam married Carol Mills in 1975, they later divorced but the actual date is unknown at this time.
Adam's original stage name was "Eddie Riff."
Adam's first band was called Bazooka Joe.
Adam attended Hornsey School of Art in London.
In school, Adam studied History, French and Art.
Adam's parents divorced when he was seven and he was an only child until 1974 when his father's new wife had a child, a girl.
Adam was brought up in North London as an only child.
Adam's father was a chauffeur and his mother used to clean house for Paul McCartney.
Adam's grandfather was a full-blooded gypsy.
Adam came from a working class family background.
Adam's song Goody Two-Shoes was used in a TV commercial for Holland & Barrett.
Adam's song Kings of the Wild Frontier was used in the TV commercial for Mitsubishi vehicles in the 1990's.
Adam directed the video How Long for Information Society in 1991. The video was rarely shown on MTV.
In 2003, Adam ran in the annual "Save the Gorilla" run in London, to raise money for the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund to save the gorillas and their habitat. Rewrote his famous "Stand and Deliver" song to be "Save the Gorillas."
In January 2002, Adam was admitted to the Royal Free Hospital, a mental institution in London, England. This followed his arrest for pulling out a gun at a pub.
Adam's daughter Lily was born on April 10, 1998.
Adam was the first ever MTV "guest VJ."
Adam has been married to Lorraine Goddard since 1997, but they have recently filed for divorce.
Adam used to be romantically involved with actress Jamie Lee Curtis.
Adam is 5' 8" (1.73 m) tall.