Adam Barrett Berry, who grew up in Los Angeles, learned at the age of six years to play the guitar and was the basis of his talent always be a studio musician, so during his school music courses at college level at California State University, Dominguez Hills and the Harbor he College attended and successfully completed. But he fell ill with tendinitis, chronic tendonitis, and had to give up the game. Then he tried with the psychology, but he only became interested in how music could have an impact from psychological aspects to humans. And when he started with economics, he was interested in only how he would invest money in the music industry. Accordingly, it pulled him back completely back to the music, where he became focused on studying composition at the University of Southern California.
After he graduated from USC in 1995, he composed for films of Roger Corman and Andrew Stevens. As early as 1997 he was hired by Roger Corman and Andrew Stevens for their series South Park, for which he composed four years. This gave him the necessary attention, to be later hired by Disney for series such as Kim Possible and Hercules.
- 2005: nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition of Kim Possible
- 2010: nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition of The Penguins of Madagascar
- 2011: Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition of The Penguins of Madagascar