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Scott Kolk (1905–1993)

A tall, amiable, good-looking, wavy-haired second-string film singer and actor during the 1930s, (Walter) Scott Kolk was born in Baltimore, Maryland of privilege and attended that city's McDonough Academy. Following his father's death, the family moved to a farm in Portland, Maine where he later studied at Thornton Academy. He began his career ... See full bio »


(age 88) in Canton, Maine, USA

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 1938 I Am the Law
Law Student (uncredited)
 1938 Extortion
Larry Campbell (as Scott Colton)
 1938 Women in Prison
Bob Wayne (as Scott Colton)
 1938 Little Miss Roughneck
Al Patridge (as Scott Colton)
 1937 All-American Sweetheart
Lance Corbett
 1937 Murder in Greenwich Village
Larry Foster (as Scott Kolton)
 1937 The Awful Truth
Mr. Barnsley (uncredited)
 1937 It's All Yours
2nd Photographer (uncredited)
 1937 The Wildcatter
'Lucky' Conlon (as Scott Colton)
 1931 My Sin
Larry Gordon
 1930 For the Defense
Jack Defoe
 1929/II Marianne
Lieutenant Frane
 1929 Dynamite
Radio Announcer (uncredited)
 1929 Hold Your Man
Jack (as Walter Scott Kolk)
 1929/I Marianne
Lieut. Frane

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Scott Colton | Walter Scott Kolk | Scott Kolton

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His first wife was Azadia Newman, a portrait artist whose subjects included several well known Hollywood and Washington figures. After the couple's divorce in 1943, Newman married director Rouben Mamoulian. See more »

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