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Scot Pollard is an actor and producer, known for Survivor (2000), The Profit (2017) and Axeman at Cutter's Creek (2013). See full bio »

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Survivor Himself - Brawn Tribe / Himself - The Jury / Himself - Dara Tribe / Himself - Brawn & Gondol Tribes / Himself - Former NBA Champion / Himself - Former NBA Player / Himself - Gondol & Dara Tribes / Himself - Gondol Tribe
The Profit
The Profit Joseph 'The Profit' Smith
Axeman at Cutter's Creek
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 2017 The Profit
Joseph 'The Profit' Smith
 2014 Jayhawkers
B.H. Born
 2013 Destination Planet Negro
The Coyote
 2013 Axeman at Cutter's Creek
The Axeman
 2012 Rhino
 2012 Barrio Tales
El Monstruo
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 2017 The Profit (executive producer) / (producer)
 2014 Jayhawkers (associate producer)
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 2015-2016 Survivor (TV Series)
Himself - The Jury / Himself - Brawn Tribe / Himself - Dara Tribe / ...
- Live Reunion Show (2016) ... Himself - Former NBA Champion (as Scot)
- Not Going Down Without a Fight (2016) ... Himself - The Jury (as Scot)
- With Me or Not with Me (2016) ... Himself - The Jury (as Scot)
- Now's the Time to Start Scheming (2016) ... Himself - The Jury (as Scot)
- It's a 'Me' Game, Not a 'We' Game (2016) ... Himself - The Jury (as Scot)
 2016 Survivor: Ponderosa (TV Series)
- Scot: Son of Poison (2016) ... Himself
 2007 Sasha in da House! (Video short)

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Alternate Names:

Scott | Scot


6' 11" (2.11 m)

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Played 11 years in the NBA. Teams included the Detroit Pistons, Sacramento Kings, Indiana Pacers, Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics.

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