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Overview (3)

Born in Vancouver, Washington, USA
Birth NameScott A. Mosier
Nicknames Scottie
Harry Scotter

Mini Bio (1)

Scott Mosier is a Canadian-American film producer, holding dual citizenship. He is particularly known for his long-term association with film director Kevin Smith. He has produced most of Smith's early films.

Mosier was born in Vancouver, Washington. His father John Mosier was a Canadian from Saskatchewan, but moved frequently between the state of Washington and British Columbia. The younger Mosier spend his early life in both areas.

Mosier received his film education at the Vancouver Film School, where he met fellow college student Kevin Smith. He agreed to help Smith if he ever managed to direct a feature film. He was later recruited as the producer of Smith's debut film "Clerks" (1994). He also served as the film's sound editor, and film editor. He contributed to the film's budget.

Following the first film's completion, Mosier helped secure financing for Kevin's next film: "Mallrats" (1995). Their third film, "Chasing Amy" (1997), was financed by the film studio Miramax. Most of these films had small budgets, and used obscure actors. His first film with a budget of at least 20 million dollars was "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" (2001).

Mosier managed to secure a film budget of 35 million dollars to the comedy-drama film "Jersey Girl" (2004), but the film under-performed at the box office. His partnership with Smith continued until 2010, when Mosier started trying to make it on his own as a director.

In 2011, Mosier contributed scripts for several episodes of the animated television series "The Ultimate Spider-Man". He later co-wrote the screenplay of the animated feature film "Free Birds" (2013), featuring time-traveling turkeys. Mosier made his directorial debut with the animated feature film "The Grinch" (2018), an adaptation of the children's book "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" (1957) by Dr. Seuss. The film was a box office hit, grossing about 512 million dollars at the worldwide box office.

As of 2020, Mosier was 49 years old. He continues his film career, though it is unclear if he will return to directing.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Dimos I

Family (1)

Spouse Alex Hilebronner (1 September 2006 - present)

Trade Mark (3)

Sarcastic wit
Low-pitched monotone voice
Frequently works with Kevin Smith

Trivia (18)

Is an ever present member of the "Askewniverse," or Kevin Smith projects as a whole, mainly as a bit-part actor, producer and editor.
Always appears in bit parts in Kevin Smith's films.
Never set out to be a producer. Early on in the beginning of his and Kevin's careers, Mosier was up in Canada and Smith was in Jersey. Claimed whoever wrote his screenplay first (him or Smith), the other would help him make his movie. Smith finished "Clerks" first and Mosier helped him out with it and has since then according to Smith "kinda got trapped in the role of 'de facto producer.'"
Originally Kevin Smith and Mosier were going to call their film production company: "Post-Party at Spago's."
Enjoys reading comic books and playing video games.
Invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Producers Branch) in 2005.
Wants to remake the Disney film "The Dark Crystal".
He draws in his spare time. He's expressed interest in creating a comic book.
Wants to produce a film based on the book "Sex and Rockets".
Unsuccessfully tried to produce a remake of the movie "C.H.U.D.".
In the film Clerks., Mosier recorded the original sound on the set, edited the movie (at RST Video), and contributed to the budget. He also contributed by appearing on-screen as two characters: the angry hockey player and Willam Black (a.k.a Snowball), a role later played by Ethan Suplee in Mallrats. Additionally, his hockey player role on the ladder talking to Willam on the ground, as Kevin Smith describes it, is "the only special effect in Clerks".
Filmed a short film in college with David Klein, called "Willam Black". The main character in this short was an early version of the Willam Black in both Clerks and Mallrats.
He did the commentary with Kevin Smith for the 20th Anniversary edition DVD of Roadhouse.
Middle initial A, stands for nothing. His father did not believe in middle names but the hospital required him to give Scott a middle name, so he wrote the letter A.
Wife Alex Hilebronner is a gourmet chef and often works in the movie industry as a chef on sets.
Mentions on "SModcast" that he is friends with Dylan Brown, a Pixar animation supervisor.
Getting ready to write and direct his first feature film. [August 2006]
He has appeared in seven films directed by Kevin Smith: Clerks (1994), Mallrats (1995), Chasing Amy (1997), Dogma (1999), Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001), Clerks II (2006) and Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008).

Personal Quotes (1)

(On Bryan Johnson's "Vulgar"): "We produced "Good Will Hunting" and this ["Vulgar"] back-to-back. Though I always felt between the two, "Vulgar" was the real Oscar contender."

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