16 Facts About Adam Curry


Adam Clark Curry was born on September 3,1964 and is an American podcaster, announcer, Internet entrepreneur and media personality, known for his stint as a VJ on MTV and being one of the first celebrities to personally create and administer Web sites.


Adam Curry hosted several other radio and television programs for the Dutch broadcast station Veronica.


In 2005, Adam Curry founded a video-sharing site called PodShow, which later changed its name to Mevio, with Ron Bloom.


Adam Curry landed various television assignments and his family briefly starred in the reality show Adam's Family.


In 2002 he produced and starred in the reality soap Adam's Family: een kijkje in het leven van de familie Curry which was aired by the Dutch SBS6 network.


On June 14,2010, Adam Curry was interviewed by Howard Stern on The Howard Stern Show about being an Internet Entrepreneur.


Adam Curry founded PodShow, now Mevio, with his business partner Ron Bloom, in January 2005.

Related searches
Ron Paul

Adam Curry used podcasting to endorse 2008 Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul.


On March 4,2020, Adam Curry appeared on Joe Rogan's podcast The Joe Rogan Experience and later re-appeared on September 8,2020.


Adam Curry returned to the podcast for a third time on July 6,2021.


Adam Curry made a fourth appearance on the show on January 8,2022, and a fifth on January 25,2023.


In February 2006, Adam Curry sued the Dutch tabloid Weekend for reprinting photos from his Flickr page and publishing details about his daughter.


In May 2009, Adam Curry posted on his blog that another Dutch tabloid had published another Creative Commons-licensed photo from Adam Curry's Flickr account.


Since 1999, Adam Curry has, at one time or another, lived in Belgium; Guildford and London, England; San Francisco and Los Angeles, California, and Austin, Texas, US.


On January 29,2015, Adam Curry announced on the No Agenda show that he and Hoogendijk had separated.


Adam Curry is the nephew of former CIA official and United States Ambassador to Korea, Donald Gregg, whom he calls "Uncle Don" in his podcast.