Adi Neeman, son of Amitai and Chana, was born in New York on January 31, 1964. When he was one year old, the family made aliyah and settled in Tel Aviv.
Adi was a "jack of all (artistic) trades." He arranged songs, played the guitar and the piano and was an actor. He was accepted to Habimah and appeared in the film 'Noa at 17' while still in high school. He was drafted into the IDF in February 1982 and served in the Army Entertainment Corps as Commander of the Military Band. He saw his future in the film industry as a performer, director and creator.
On the evening of December 3, 1982, he came home from his service and died during the night. He was buried in the Kiryat Shaul Cemetery in Tel Aviv, and was survived by his parents and sister. After his death, his family received the “Kinnor David” award.