Adam Copeland
Birth name: Adam Joseph Copeland
Aliases: Edge
Gender: Male
Roles: Actor
Date of birth: October 20th, 1973
Place of birth: Orangeville, Ontario, Canada
Notable works: Haven

Adam Copeland is a Canadian film and television actor and former professional wrestler. He was born in Orangeville, Ontario, Canada on October 30th, 1973. Known mostly for his career in the ring under the stage name "Edge", Copeland performed for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) on both of their brand name programs, Monday Night Raw (USA Network) and Friday Night Smackdown (Syfy). Progressive nerve and spinal injuries forced Edge into early retirement in 2011.

Turning his talents towards other television venues, Copeland began acting in various low-budget films as well as playing a recurring character named Dwight Hendrickson on the science fiction series Haven. Copeland's character was introduced in the season two episode "Sparks and Recreation" and he made four appearances in the season in total.

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  • Adam Copeland was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2012.

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  • In 2012, Copeland starred as police detective Nick Blades in the WWE-produced film Bending the Rules where he co-starred with former Ghost Whisperer actor Jamie Kennedy.

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