English writer of the favorite science fiction series The Hitchhiker’s Guidebook to the Galaxy, which originated like a BBC radio comedy. His additional works are the Very long Dark Tea-Time from the Spirit (1988) and THIS IS of Liff (1983). He went to The Brentwood College, a renowned preparatory academy, and continued to study British at St John’s University, Cambridge. Pursuing his graduation, he shifted to London to go after a profession in tv and radio composing. He was a self-proclaimed atheist. He and his young sister, Susan, had been the kids of Christopher and Janet Adams. He wedded Jane Belson in 1991, as well as the few welcomed their girl, Polly, in 1994, significantly less than ten years before Adams’ untimely loss of life from a coronary attack. He researched piano with Denny Laine, the pianist for Paul McCartney’s post-Beatles music group Wings.