Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Scott wasn't a kid actor...by trade. He did all his acting at home. After successfully not being murdered by his family for talking too much and generally being theatrical, Scott pursued higher education in a land far, far away...in Oklahoma City. He graduated from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor of Music in hand and lots of gumption to take on New York City. He moved on September 12, 2001. His career has taken him to places all across the USA. Some theatres of note are The Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Theatre, Stages St. Louis, Theatre by the Sea, Cape Playhouse, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Merry Go Round Playhouse, Barnstormers Theatre, Media Theatre, New Bedford Festival Theatre, Florida Repertory Theatre, 11th Hour Theatre, and Florida Studio Theatre.
After taking a few years away from NYC to obtain ANOTHER degree from OCU, this time his Master of Music degree, he returned to NYC, affianced to a beautiful actress named Lindsie. He has participated in readings, workshops, showcases, and productions Off-Broadway, and even had the opportunity to star in the NY Premiere of a Jerome Kern musical, CABARET GIRL.
He can be randomly seen in the background on certain episodes of CSI, Las Vegas, or the illustrious and short lived Nick(Lachey) and Jessica(Simpson) Variety Show. And for fans of the show Damages, yes, he is Luke Richards.
Scott continues to dabble in all facets of the business, having produced and directed LOVE, LOVE, LOVE-CELEBRATING THE BEATLES at the Laurie Beechman theatre, directed and choreographed FOREVER PLAID at Theatre by the Sea and [title of show] at The Secret Theatre in NYC. Scott also recently directed RENT at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Scott has since moved BACK to Oklahoma with his wife Lindsie, their Frenchie, Mavis, their son, Jed William, and a bunny that they have named Moira Rose. He recently earned another graduate degree, this time a Master of Fine Arts in Directing from the University of Idaho. He has taught on the faculties of University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Rider University, University of Central Oklahoma, and Oklahoma City University where he is currently in the Theatre Department as the Visiting Assistant Professor of Applied Theatre.
Photos above (L-R)-Berger in Hair, Dr. Fine in Next to Normal, and Leaf Coneybear in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee