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Scott Ross (XXVIII)

Scott Ross was born on August 22, 1982 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He is an actor, known for Township (2005), Prayers (2004) and Audition (2007). See full bio »

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Township Mark Simpson
Prayers Boyfriend
Audition Director
Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 2 Pedestrian


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 2014 Deadly Devotion (TV Series)
Kim's dad
- Witness to Murder (2014) ... Kim's dad
 2014 Dates from Hell (TV Series documentary)
- Long Kiss Goodnight (2014) ... Drunk
 2007 All My Children (TV Series)
Delivery Guy
- Episode #1.9737 (2007) ... Delivery Guy (as Scott Skversky)
 2007/I Audition (Short)
Director (as Scott Skversky)
 2005 Township
Mark Simpson (as Scott Skversky)
 2005 What Hides Beneath
Mark Henderson (as Scott Skversky)
 2004 The Wire (TV Series)
College Student #1
- Hamsterdam (2004) ... College Student #1 (uncredited)
 2004 The Drunkard (Short)
Teenager (as Scott Skversky)
 2004 Spider-Man 2
Pedestrian (uncredited)
 2004 Prayers (Short)
Boyfriend (as Scott Skversky)
 2003 Hack (TV Series)
Photographer / Business Executive
- Presumed Guilty (2003) ... Photographer (uncredited)
- See No Evil (2003) ... Business Executive (uncredited)
 2003 School of Rock
Concert Goer (uncredited)
 2003 The Negro Zone (Short)
Basketball Player (as Scott Skversky)

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Scott Skversky

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