Adi Jamaludin started his very own adventure in theatre in 2006. He worked on stage and on screen for various companies before settling down to be a full-time entertainer in Sentosa till 2010. In 2013, armed with a Diploma in Mass Communications as well as a BA in English and Literature, and his vast experiences in acting, he then moves into teaching drama classes focusing on theatrical skills, communication skills as well as speech. He also teaches creative writing skills for students of various levels. Some of his recent works include a short film, Mak Kat Mana?, commissioned by the National Arts Council; a pre-recorded stage production; Goreng Pisang, which was staged at The Esplanade Limited; and an exploratory theatre piece titled Ma, Mum, Mak, produced in collaboration with The Theatre Practice.