Star Devil: Adam Senn


One of my favorite shows Hit The Floor on VH1 is back on this summer, and with the start of a new season it brings a new hottie to watch! Adam Senn plays Zero a new star basketball player hired to help the L.A. Devils win a championship. This model turned actor is really one to watch out for. Check him out!

Born in Paris France in 1984, the fashion walker grew up in Sugarland, Texas. How’s that for a unique twist. A little hee haw with a touch of oui oui. Growing up, he played baseball, basketball, soccer and golf for which was ranked nationally.

Once he decided to enter the fashion industry, it didn’t take him very long to get noticed and book jobs due to his signature lips. He’s appeared in major ad campaigns for A/X, Ray-Ban and D&G. In addition to walking in coveted fashion shows for DSquaredHeatherette, D&G, and so forth, he’s also does plenty of catalogue work for Old Navy, Urban Outfitters and more. Adam has also worked with legendary photographers Steven Meisel and Mario Testino. Currently he’s represented by Next Models and Wilhelmina.

Knowing modeling won’t last forever, Adam has diversified his interests and segued into two other fields. He’s owns his own restaurant called “Il Bastardo” (love the name) in New York City. Like most other models, Senn has decided to act as well. He just wrapped up a role in “Video Girl” and “Magic City Memoirs“. Recently he did a guest spot on “Law & Order: SVU” as a bad boy. Talk about type-casting.


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