Adrian Egan was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, the son of popular show business parents. He
began his own acting career early, making his debut at the age of eight in radio drama. He quickly
gained much invaluable experience, appearing extensively on radio in many series including
Marriage Lines, directed by Donald Monat, and in
the theatre, becoming a well-known actor in his home country before emigrating to England.
Re-establishing his career in London, he joined the BBC Radio Drama Company and played a wide variety
of roles, both on the national British networks and internationally on the BBC's World Drama Service.
His work in England embraced the various media, from theatre to TV voice-overs, etc., and included
"live" announcing on BBC Television.
In 1990, he moved to Canada and made his home in Toronto, where he has successfully continued his
career, appearing on stage, radio and television. Voice work has been plentiful for Adrian during
his time in Canada, with extensive work on television, in animation series, commercials and
documentaries, and on the radio.