Adam Pearson

Adam Pearson is a British television producer and actor best known for his role in the 2013 movie Under the Skin. He has neurofibramotosis and his work often explores society's attitudes and prejudices towards those with deformities.

Adam Pearson is a British television producer and actor best known for his role in the 2013 movie Under the Skin. He has neurofibramotosis and his work often explores society's attitudes and prejudices towards those with deformities.

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