Actor and Pittsburgh native Jonathan Adams made his film debut in 1991 in the horror B-movie "Heartstopper" before spending several years performing at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He performed in such plays as "The Taming of the Shrew," "The Three Musketeers," and "Blues for an Alabama Sky" from 1996 to 2000, before returning to Hollywood in 2001. It was then he began to appear as a guest actor on shows like "Felicity," "Walker, Texas Ranger," and "Frasier." It was in 2002 however when Adams landed his breakthrough and most notable role on television: the part of Henry Walker on the critically acclaimed, musical drama "American Dreams." He maintained his role as Henry until 2005 and quickly transitioned to a more mainstream TV series, "Bones." Adams played Dr. Daniel Goodman on the procedural thriller for one season before being written off in 2006. He continued to act on television with guest spots on "The Closer," "24," and "The Cleaner" in the late 2000s and earned a starring voice role in the 2010 movie "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths." His work on the straight-to-DVD production led to another voice part on the animated series "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" later in 2010.