Scott is a member of New York City’s LAByrinth Theatre Company and collaborates on new works with fellow members such as Lynn Nottage, Eric Bogosian and Sam Rockwell. He originated the role of Gail in Stephen Adly Guirgis’s Our Lady of 121st Street, directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman, and recently directed a new short play by John Patrick Shanley at the New Ohio Theatre in New York City. He is currently workshopping Bob Glaudini’s (of Jack Goes Boating; play and film) new play, Boiling Point. Scott has acted at New York’s Playwright’s Horizons in Julio Cho’s BFE and at The Public in LAByrinth’s production of Dutch Heart of Man. His regional credits include the La Jolla Playhouse, The Caldwell and The Long Wharf theatres. His play Sweet Storm was produced off-Broadway and is published by Dramatist Play Services. The play won Broadway producer Daryl Roth’s Creative Spirit Award and is produced regionally and in college theatres. Scott coaches actors in film, TV and stage. His client, Elizabeth Rodrigues, garnered a Tony nomination for her role in The Mother F**ker With the Hat. Other coaching services include two years as in-house coach for ABC’s soap, All My Children. Scott apprenticed as an acting teacher under the tutelage of Maggie Flanigan and has been a long time faculty member of her studio in New York. He recently taught as visiting professor to acting students at Florida State University and has guest taught at New York University, Tish and Columbia. He continues to serve as an educator to LAByrinth education program. Scott is a B.F.A. theatre graduate of Florida State University and an M.F.A. acting graduate of Rutgers University under the direction of William Esper.