Holly Adams has worked in the entertainment industry since the age of 13. Starting as a ballerina, she lived the gypsy lifestyle for over 20 years moving from San Francisco to Milwaukee and finally New York City.
Her first acting role was the lead as The Girl in the short film, "Betaville", which earned her a cult following and roles in close to 20 other underground films in New York. In 1994, Holly wrote, directed and starred in Nymphomania, which screened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in March, 2018 and was picked up by the British Film Institute to open their History of the Avant-Garde series video entitled The Cinema of Transgression. Now living in Albuquerque, NM where film tax incentives are available, Holly has written, directed and produced the short films: Hot Dog, Here Boy, Plots, Leather Kittens Gone Bad, An Unlikely Hero, The Gift, The Man-App, Shadows of Waste and Straitjacket. Holly is currently raising money for her first feature film, a dark drama road picture entitled No Place. Holly is also in development on another project, "The Man-App", a musical romantic comedy where you can have
"the man of your dreams at the touch of a button".