Adam La Vorgna was born on March 1, 1981, in New Haven, Connecticut, the United States of America, to his parents, Joseph La Vorgna and Sandra La Vorgna.His father is a high school assistant principal while his mother is a college professor.and as well as in Masterless which made him famous in the international platform.
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He belongs to American nationality and mixed (Italian- German- English- Irish) ethnicity. He completed his high school from the athletic powerhouse Avin Old Frame.
He earned a bachelor’s degree from Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut.
Details about his wife or girlfriend are still unknown.
Adam has never opened up about her private life in public.
He is the son of Joseph La Vorgna (father) and Sandra La Vorgna(mother).
His father was a high school assistant principal, and his mother was a college professor. He has three siblings unfortunately, the names are unknown.He then joined 7th Heaven as a series regular portraying Robbie Palmer, Mary's (Jessica Biel) troubled ex-boyfriend who has moved into the family home. La Vorgna recalled his choice to leave was due to having a hard time managing his way around Hollywood, California in addition to missing his family, mutually agreeing with the staff of 7th Heaven for a dismissal.He returned to the East Coast of the US subsequently.He was raised along with his three siblings in North Branford.As for his education, Adam completed his high school from Avin Old Frame and then earned a bachelor’s degree from Fairfield University in Connecticut in 2011. Adam La Vorgna had already started his career when he was just three years old; he made his television debut with the daytime series Adam portrayed Nicholas Scamperelli in the CBS hit series Brooklyn Bridge, for which the actor received the Youth in Film Award for Best Actor in 1993.La Vorgna can be recently seen in the Lifetime/A&E movie "Stealing Chanel" on demand and currently on the hit Starz show "Power".