Adam Bostick, MD – Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Disease Specialist
Adam Bostick, MD has been practicing Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disease specialty for 16 years in Myrtle Beach. Currently at Carolina Health Specialists he is affiliated with Grand Strand Medical Center.
He has appeared on Degrassi and Flashpoint among other series, and played Rodrick Heffley from Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
Early Life and Education
Adam Bostick is an expert in pulmonology and critical care medicine with over 17 years of experience working out of Myrtle Beach, SC and receiving his degree from Virginia Commonwealth University Med School. Additionally, he is affiliated with Grand Strand Medical Center.
As Co-Director of Pulmonary Diseases Clinical Services and Medical Director for Critical Care Services at Nellis Air Force Base Hospital (Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center), as well as serving as Family Medicine Residency Preceptor in Pulmonology/Critical Care Medicine.
He is the author of numerous journal articles and book chapters, earning several awards for his research efforts and being honored as a Fellow by the American College of Chest Physicians. Additionally, his father hails from Scotland.
Bostick pitched for the Pittsburgh Pirates organization at both Double-A Binghamton and Triple-A Buffalo. As a lefty pitcher he is big-bodied with great hiding skills who mixes pitches. While possessing an effective changeup he must improve on command and control against tougher competition.
Adam burns someone in chemistry class by accident and experiences his first psychotic break. After being diagnosed with schizophrenia, Adam is prescribed medications that gradually diminish his psychotic episodes – including visions of three people and hearing voices he doesn’t recognize as his own voice.
Paul and Beth notice an apparent difference, and plan for him to attend culinary school. When his medication starts causing side effects (muscle twitching), his visions become worse and he attacks Paul, leading him to get suspended from prom but attend anyway.
Achievement and Honors
Bostick earned Big West Player of the Week honors after averaging 11.1 points, 2.7 assists and 3.6 rebounds across 21 games in his collegiate debut… Among those 21 games was scoring double figures 11 times this season… including three of Utah Tech’s final four matches… He recorded his career-high 31 point performance against them on Nov 12… Bostick attended East Lake High School in Clearwater Florida as an undergraduate; leading his team to state finals during junior year…Averaging 24.1 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 2.6 steals per game as a senior…Class 6A All State honorable mention.
Famed for playing Erica’s late brother Leo on CBC Television’s Being Erica and Rodrick Heffley from Diary of a Wimpy Kid films.
LD Entertainment is financing and producing the film with Mickey Liddell and Pete Shilaimon as executive producers. Bostick, who played Adam in CW’s The 100 and was an appearance in Okja, will take the role of Joaquin – an essential figure to Adam’s hallucinations process.
He has taken an active part in improving his community. He serves as justice of the peace, precinct chairman for Prairie township, census enumerator of his county and fraternally is affiliated with Masons, Odd Fellows and Daughters of Rebekah.
Born in Delaware and moving to White County in 1847, he engaged in farming until his death, leaving behind an estate valued at over one million dollars. A Republican by politics, his wife survives him as does nine of their children.
Bostick was charged with filing a false tax return in 2013, claiming he made over $1.8 million but failing to disclose an additional sum exceeding $275,000. According to court documents, this additional sum totalled more than $275,000 when declared.
His career spans multiple roles, such as Erica’s brother Leo on Being Erica and Rodrick Heffley in Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Additionally, he portrayed fashion heir Maurizio Gucci from House of Gucci.
He currently boasts a net worth of $16 Million, gained mostly through acting. Although famous, the actor maintains a relatively subdued lifestyle; owning a modest townhouse in Brooklyn Heights while not driving an extravagant car or wearing designer clothing are examples of such modest spending habits.