|Portrayed by||Garwin Sanford|
|Occupation||Chairman of Kensington & Bailey|
Adam Kensington was the chairman of Kensington & Bailey.
Character History Edit
After Orson Bailey is released from quarantine, he goes back to his old life insurance firm, Kensington & Bailey, to try to get his old job back. However, Adam, the son of Gregory Kensington, refuses to grant Orson his old job, saying that his interest in the firm ceased to exist when he was declared dead.
Later, at the Kensington estate, Orson visits, wanting to talk to Adam. Adam ignores Orson's ringing of the doorbell, enraging Orson and causing his telekinesis to manifest. As a result, the estate is shattered and Adam's skull fractures, killing him.
In the Theory Room, Marco Pacella reveals to Tom and Diana that Adam had in fact been part of a fraud scheme, and that by killing Adam, Orson Bailey had saved the state of Washington a billion-dollar buyout.
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