"Put Your Handz Up" (with "The Whooliganz")
1 Interview |
1 Pictorial |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
5' 5" (1.65 m)
Did You Know?
My dad didn't work on a lot on movies when I was growing up. He stopped working for fifteen years. From the time I was five until I was fifteen, I didn't know who he was as an actor. He was just my dad. He wasn't off on movie sets when I was a kid. He hung out with me. He was also a rebellious guy. His whole life had a lot of ups and downs. To answer your question, yeah, he was the shit; but to ...
Is an avid photographer, ever since cinematographer Phil Parmet
(with whom Caan worked on his directing debut Dallas 362
(2003)) introduced him to the techniques of the profession. Subsequently, Scott's father, James Caan
, gave him a Nikon FE, which was given to James by Francis Ford Coppola
, as a birthday gift. Scott has been taking pictures ever since.