|Born||in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Height||6' (1.83 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Scott got his start in acting by performing in stage productions with Regina Little Theatre and the musical company Regina Summer Stage. Productions such as "A Man for all Seasons", "Blithe Spirit" and "The Sound of Music" gave him great experience and appreciation for the art of acting and singing. He was later granted an opportunity to try his hand at TV and movie acting. With this increased experience along with his passion for film, Scott was able to land a few exciting roles working along side the likes of John Rhys Davies, Judd Nelson, Vinnie Jones and Casper Van Dien, all of whom he has been a huge fan of over the years. Scott has also been fortunate enough to get several speaking roles in the Canadian hit TV comedy "Corner Gas" as well as "Moccasin Flats" and "Renegadepress.com." He took an acting class with legendary acting coach Warren Robertson and received high praise. With Warren's encouragement, Scott moved West to Vancouver to pursue acting full-time. On May 29, 2009 Scott was involved in a near-fatal motorcycle accident. He was cut off by a truck and crashed his Victory Jackpot motorcycle. He sustained 9 shattered ribs, broke his shoulder blade and had many other smaller injuries. What nearly killed him was that he tore is descending aorta. This has a 80-98% fatality rate. He was rushed to the hospital where he underwent an intensive 8 hour open heart surgery to repair the damage. He survived and now has a 4" length of artificial material for his aorta and some impressive scars. Recovery was difficult, but he managed to overcome the pain and trauma with the help of his wife and family. He has landed a few small roles in Vancouver since the accident and is looking to achieve much more in the coming years.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anon
|Melody McGillivray||(26 January 2008 - present)|