Adam Stebbins, Margo Stebbins, and Heather Stebbins
Adam Stebbins, best known for playing Kevin Griswold in the 2015 reboot of Vacation and Wyatt in 2014’s A Haunted House 2, is an actor. Other credits include two short films and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on television; additionally he works as a natural resources coordinator.
He has presented improvised modular synthesizer music at various DC area venues.
Early Life and Education
Stebbins attended Mad River School District and graduated from Mad River High School with honors. At school, he earned four-year letter awards in diving and three NCAA Zone qualification times; also helping his team win an Ivy League co-title in 1993. Later that same year, Stebbins graduated Yale with a degree in psychology.
He began teaching in 1929 at Wagner School (which now stands on Harshman Road near where Morris Furniture Store once stood). Over time he held various roles within the district and was instrumental in building many buildings in Harshman Road area. Known as “Father of Impact Aid”, he helped secure passage of Federal Public Laws 815 and 874 which provided additional funding for schools located within Federally Impacted zones.
Margo Stebbins is a higher education professional who specializes in student leadership. She earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice at York College of Pennsylvania before receiving her master’s in higher education student affairs leadership at University of Northern Colorado.
She currently serves on the Lake Charles City School District board in Louisiana, having worked previously as a reporter for Newsmonthly (the predecessor publication to Anesthesia Progress). Additionally, she has volunteered at Special Olympics events and been involved with ADSA as well as head and neck anesthesia procedures. She believes her success comes down to caring for every single student while serving under Mr. Williams.
Achievement and Honors
Stebbins has received many prestigious honors, such as winning the Young Artist Award in 2021 for his role in Vacation. Additionally, he was honored as a National Merit Commended Scholar, Michigan Elks Association Scholarship Winner, Timothy Award for Christian Service recipient as well as being an Eagle Scout and cellist of Detroit Metropolitan Youth Symphony.
He graduated from Seaholm High School with a 4.5 GPA. While at school, he participated in multiple honor societies including National Honor Society, English Honor Society, Science Honor Society, Jazz band and marching band performances at Seaholm HS as well as playing on their marching, symphony and jazz bands – and was even an outstanding DECA state finalist and HOSA (Future Health Professionals Associations) Quiz Bowl state competitor!
He is also an active member of a chess club and volunteer for Special Olympics.
Heather Stebbins is an accomplished composer, synthesizer and technologist who creates music that explores both the physical and emotive properties of sound. Her compositions range from notated works for chamber ensemble to improvised performances on modular synthesizers – she serves as assistant professor in electronic and computer music at George Washington University and has recorded albums under New Focus Records, SEAMUS Records and Not Art Records labels.
Stebbins has also established himself as an accomplished actor, appearing in both 2015’s Vacation and 2014’s A Haunted House 2. Outside of acting and his other interests, Stebbins enjoys surfing and traveling to discover new destinations.
Stebbins is married to Erika Egan and they share two sons together. The family lives in Playa Del Rey, California. Additionally, Stebbins volunteers for Special Olympic. Additionally, he loves traveling and reading poetry.