Adam is 6' 1" (1.85 m) tall.
Adam is an alumnus of the children's theatre group MET2 along with Nicolas Cage, Sofia Coppola, Matt McFarland, Kylie Tyndall, Keaton Tyndall, Vivian Bayubay & Nathan Norton.
Adam dropped out of college after about five weeks.
Adam was introduced to music by his father, who is a DJ.
Adam played the role of Joshua in the 2004 theater production of The Ten Commandments.
Adam attended Poway and Mt. Carmel High School.
Adam's parents names are Eber Lambert (father) and Leila Lambert (mother).
Adam's favorite quote is "When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace", which was said by Jimi Hendrix.
Adam has formal singing training.
Besides singing, Adam also has the talent of being an actor.
If Adam doesn't succeed on American Idol, then he would like to continue to write and record music.
Adam's goals in life are to continue performing and support himself and his family.
Adam believes that his friends would be surprised to know that he owns a Missy Elliott CD.
Before Adam sings he'll take a hot shower and take in slow deep breaths.
Adam is never embarrassed about anything!
Adam's proudest moment is falling in love.
If Adam couldn't sing, then he would want to be a dancer.
Adam's favorite singers:
Male: Michael Jackson, Freddie Mercury, Lenny Kravitz, David Bowie
Female: Katy Perry, Pink, Christina Aguilera, Lady GaGa, Beyonce, Goldfrapp, Madonna
Before auditioning for American Idol, Adam performed as part of the ensemble and served as a Fiyero understudy in the first national touring company and the LA production of Wicked.
Adam began singing at the age of 10.
As of 2009, Adam resides in Los Angeles, California.
Adam: Everyone's so hung up on 'Are you pop?' or 'Are you rock?' It's like, 'Um, does this song make you want to dance, or have sex, or remind you of something? It's not that deep. Being a rock star is just playing. It's Halloween, make-believe. I can't believe I get to play dress-up for a living now!
Adam: I think I reserve the right to talk about my own sexuality...I can either get irritated and let this drive me nuts, or laugh at it.
Adam: I was so worried that [coming out] would be so sensationalized that it would overshadow what I was there to do, which was sing....I'm an entertainer, and who I am and what I do in my personal life is a seperate thing. It shouldn't matter...Except it does. It's really confusing.
Adam: Why can't men have strong feminine sides? Does that make them less of a man? I don't know why our society has such an emphasis on masculinity and femininity-it's really gross. I don't think you're truly sexy until you don't care about that.
Adam: I feel like everyone has an opinion of me, and I want a chance to say, 'Well, do you want to hear how I really feel about all this?'
Adam: Life is all about taking risks to get what you want.