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Bruce Scott was born on November 22, 1947 in New York City, New York, USA. He was previously married to Sandy Duncan. See full bio »
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Known For

Eating Raoul
Eating Raoul Soundtrack
(1982)
Hang 'Em High
Hang 'Em High Billy Joe (16yo)
(1968)

Filmography

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 1990 Flesh Gordon Meets the Cosmic Cheerleaders (lyrics: "The Hero Always Gets The Girl") / (music: "The Hero Always Gets The Girl") / (performer: "The Hero Always Gets The Girl") / (producer: "The Hero Always Gets The Girl")
 1986-1987 Fame (TV Series) (writer - 3 episodes)
- The Big Contract (1987) ... (writer: "Boys, Birds And Bees")
- Go Softly Into Morning (1987) ... (writer: "Private Eye", "See Your Face Again")
- All I Want for Christmas (1986) ... (writer: "I Know The Way To Celebrate")
 1982 Eating Raoul (performer: "El Amante Triste", "Gimme that Cash Jack")
 1965 Hollywood a Go Go (TV Series) (performer - 3 episodes)
- Episode #1.52 (1965) ... (performer: "So Much to Live For")
- Episode #1.22 (1965) ... (performer: "Yesterday I Made an Angel Cry")
- Episode #1.20 (1965) ... (performer: "Our Anniversary")
 1965 Shindig! (TV Series) (performer - 2 episodes)
- Episode #1.51 (1965) ... (performer: "Baby Work Out", "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright", "Summertime Blues", "Save Your Heart for Me")
- Episode #1.45 (1965) ... (performer: "Maybelline" (uncredited) (excerpt), "Sweet Little Sixteen", "Let the Little Girl Dance")
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 1978 Every Which Way But Loose
Schyler
 1978 Starsky and Hutch (TV Series)
Disc Jockey
- Discomania (1978) ... Disc Jockey
 1974 Mannix (TV Series)
Danny Shepard
- Portrait in Blues (1974) ... Danny Shepard
 1970 The People Next Door
Jack
 1968 Hang 'Em High
Billy Joe (16yo)
 1967 Coronet Blue (TV Series)
Timmy Devon
- The Flip Side of Timmy Devon (1967) ... Timmy Devon
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 2018 Finding Planet Porno (Documentary) (filming)
Himself
 1965-1966 The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series)
Himself - Singer / Himself - Actor
- Episode #3.242 (1966) ... Himself - Actor
- Episode #3.55 (1965) ... Himself - Singer
- Episode #3.24 (1965) ... Himself - Singer
- Episode #2.54 (1965) ... Himself - Singer
- Episode #2.49 (1965) ... Himself - Singer
 1966 Hullabaloo (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #2.19 (1966) ... Himself
 1965 Hollywood a Go Go (TV Series)
Himself - Singer
- Episode #1.52 (1965) ... Himself - Singer
- Episode #1.20 (1965) ... Himself - Singer
 1965 The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series)
Himself - Vocalist
- Episode #5.13 (1965) ... Himself - Vocalist
 1965 Shindig! (TV Series)
Himself - Singer
- Episode #1.51 (1965) ... Himself - Singer
- Episode #1.45 (1965) ... Himself - Singer
 1965 Fanfare (TV Series)
Himself - Singer
- Episode #1.6 (1965) ... Himself - Singer
 1965 ABC's Nightlife (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode dated 26 April 1965 (1965) ... Himself
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Personal Details

Other Works:

"Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?," written by Don Petersen; directed by Michael Schultz; produced by Philip Rose and Huntington Hartford, and in association with Jay Weston; with Michael Brandon (portraying Prince); Bob Christian (portraying Deek); Laura Figueroa (portraying Marietta); Hal Holbrook (portraying Mr. Winters); Lauren... See more »
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Trivia:

Approximately 1965, performed his song, "So Much To Live For", on the musical TV show, "Shivaree". See more »

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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