For the Mutant X character of the same name, see Mutant X (TV series).
Adam Kane (born June 20, 1973 in Burbank, California) is an American cinematographer, film director, television director and producer.
Since the 1990s, Kane has amassed a number cinematography credits for the films Hail Caesar, The Boondock Saints, The Man, Skinwalkers and number of other films.
In 2005, he transitioned to directing, directing the short film The Fix starring Robert Patrick, a film that won numerous awards. As a television director, his credits include Pushing Daisies, My Own Worst Enemy, Supernatural, Kings, Mercy, Heroes, The Mentalist, Haven, Being Human, Hannibal, 24: Live Another Day and Supergirl.
In 2009, Kane directed the film Formosa Betrayed starring James Van Der Beek.
He is an alumnus of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and the American Film Institute.