Tom Irwin is a member of the Steppenwolf Theatre Co. and since 1979 has been involved in over 50 productions with the Chicago-based company as either an actor or director. Highlights with Steppenwolf include: "A Parallelogram" (also Mark Tapper), "The Grapes of Wrath" (also La Jolla and The Royal National Theatre London), "Balm in Gilead" (also Off-Broadway), "My Thing of Love" (also Broadway), "Lydie Breeze" (also Sydney and Perth), "Space" (also Off-Broadway), "The Homecoming," "Tracers," "Hedda Gabler" and "Frank’s Wild Years" with Tom Waits. In addition to his many television guest star and movie roles, he was regularly seen in "My Life and Times," "Related," "Saving Grace," and as Graham Chase in "My So-Called Life." His film credits include "21 Grams," "Deceived," "Midnight Run" and "Marley and Me."
Adrian is an eccentric Beverly Hills power broker who shares with his wife, Evelyn, a penchant for extravagant parties, unusual hobbies and dark secrets. When a string of home invasions forces him to hire a bodyguard, he may have unwittingly supplied Evelyn with a new source of temptation.