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Adam Scott Biography (Actor)
Adam Scott is an American actor, comedian, producer, and podcaster. He is best known for his role as Ben Wyatt in the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.
He was nominated for the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series in 2013. Adam has also appeared as Derek in the film Step Brothers, Johnny Meyer in The Aviator, Henry Pollard in the Starz sitcom Party Down, Ed Mackenzie in the HBO series Big Little Lies and Trevor in the NBC series The Good Place.
Adam Scott Age | How Old Is Adam Scott
Adam was born on April 3, 1973 in Santa Cruz, California. He is 46 years old as of 2019.
Adam Scott Height | How Tall Is Adam Scott
Adam stands at a height of 1.77 m.
Adam Scott Family | Young Adam Scott |Adam Scott Sister
Adam was born in Santa Cruz, California. He is the son to Anne (born Quartararo) and Simon Dougald Scott. Both of his parents are retired teachers. Adams is of one quarter Sicilian descent, on his mother’s side. He has two older brothers, Shannon and David.
Adam Scott High School
Adam graduated from Harbor High School and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, California.
Adam Scott Wife | Adam Scott Actor Wife |Adam Scott Married | Adam Scott Kids |Adam Scott Naomi Scott
In 2005 Adam married Naomi Sablan. The couple has two children.
Adam Scott Movies | Adam Scott Films
Movies From Year 2010 to 2017
2017 – The Disaster Artist as Himself
2017 – The Most Hated Woman in America as Jack Ferguson
2017 – Flower as Will Jordan
2017 – Little Evil as Gary Bloom
2016 – Other People
2016 – My Blind Brother as Robbie
2015 – The Overnight as Alex
2015 – Sleeping with Other People as Dr. Matthew Sobvechik
2015 – Hot Tub Time Machine 2 as Adam Yates, Jr.
2015 – Black Mass as Robert Fitzpatrick
2015 – Krampus as Tom Engel
2014 – They Came Together as Sound Engineer
2013 – A.C.O.D. as Carter
2013 – The Secret Life of Walter Mitty as Ted Hendricks
2012 – Bachelorette as Clyde Goddard
2012 – HJ Gloves as Man #2
2012- See Girl Run as Jason
2012 – The Guilt Trip as Andrew Margolis, Jr.
2011 – Fight for Your Right Revisited as Cab Driver
2011 – The Terrys as Narrator
2011 – Our Idiot Brother as Jeremy Horne
2011 – Friends with Kids as Jason Fryman
2010 – Operation: Endgame as The Magician
2010 – AIDS: We Did It! as Man
2010 – Leap Year as Jeremy Sloane
2010 – Piranha 3D as Novak Radzinsky
Movies From Year 2001 to 2009
2009 – Passenger Side as Michael Brown
2008 – The Great Buck Howard as Alan Berkman
2008 – August as Joshua Sterling
2008 – Corporate Affairs as Jack Hightower
2008 – Step Brothers as Derek Huff
2008 – Lovely, Still as Mike Malone
2007 – Knocked Up as Nurse Samuel
2006 – Art School Confidential as Marvin Bushmiller
2006 – First Snow as Tom Morelane
2006 – Who Loves the Sun as Daniel Bloom
2006 – The Return as Kurt
2005 – The Matador as Phil Garrison
2005 – Monster-in-Law as Remy
2004 – Torque as FBI Agent McPherson
2004 – Off the Lip as David
2004 – The Aviator as Johnny Meyer
2003 – Something More as Saul
2003 – Two Days as Stu
2002 – Ronnie as Ronnie Schwann
2002 – High Crimes as Lieutenant Terrence Embry
2002 – Bleach as Fulton
2001 – Date Squad as Fred
2001 – Seven and a Match as Peter
Movies From Year 1994 to 1999
1998 – Girl as Scott
1998 – The Lesser Evil as Young George
1998 – Hairshirt as Fan at Bar
1997 – Dinner and Driving as Larry
1996 – Hellraiser: Bloodline as Jacques
1996 – The Last Days of Frankie the Fly as Race Track Valet
1996 – Star Trek: First Contact as Defiant Conn Officer
1994 – Cityscrapes: Los Angeles as Joe
Adam Scott Tv Shows
Tv Shows From 2011 to 2018
2017–present – Big Little Lies as Ed Mackenzie
2017–2018 – Ghosted as Max Jennifer
2017 – Michael Bolton’s Big, Sexy Valentine’s Day Special – Himself
2017 – Veep as Tonight Show Host
2017 – Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later as Ben
2017 – Do You Want To See a Dead Body? – Himself
2016–2018 – The Good Place as Trevor
2016 – Angie Tribeca as Surgeon
2016 – Animals. as Shane
2016 – Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ as Johnny Dunne
2016 – The Adult Swim Golf Classic as Adam Scott
2013 – Robot Chicken as Care Bear / Father
2013 – Maron – Himself
2013 – Drunk History as John Wilkes Booth
2013 – Timms Valley as US Marshal Lonny
2012–2016 as Comedy Bang! Bang! – Himself / Plumber Pierre
2012–2014 – The Greatest Event in Television History – Himself
2012–2013 – Burning Love as Damien Assante
2011 – Funny or Die Presents as Narrator
2011 – NTSF:SD:SUV:: as Van Damm
Tv Shows From 2001 to 2011
2010 – The Sarah Silverman Program as Agent Schroeder
2010 – Childrens Hospital as Lt. D’Ghor Koru
2010 – Pretend Time as News Anchor
2010 – The Wonderful Maladys as Alice’s Ex-Boyfriend
2010 – American Dad! as Marshall
2009–2010 – Eastbound & Down as Pat Anderson
2009–2010 – Party Down as Henry Pollard
2009 – Trust Me as Josh Burkett
2007 – Tell Me You Love Me as Palek
2006 – Law & Order as Robbie Howell
2005 – Veronica Mars as Mr. Rooks
2004 – CSI: Miami as Danny Cato
2002 – Glory Days as Howard Dichotsky
2002 – Six Feet Under as Ben Cooper
Tv Shows From 1994 to 1999
1999 – Sagamore as Alex
1999 – Winding Roads as Brian Calhoun
1998–1999 – Party of Five as Josh Macon
1997 – Payback as Adam Stanfill
1996 – NYPD Blue as Gordon Puterbaugh
1995 – ER as David Kerstetter
1995 – Murder One as Sydney Schneider
1994–1995 – Boy Meets World as Band Member/Griffin Hawkins
1994 – Dead at 21 as Dan
Adam Scott Boy Meets World
Adam appeared as Griff Hawkins in the series Boy Meets World on television . This is a television sitcom created and produced by Michael Jacobs and April Kelly. It aired on the ABC network from September 24, 1993 to May 5, 2000, lasting seven seasons.
The show records the everyday events and life-lessons of Cory Matthews (Ben Savage). The show stars Cory’s teacher George Feeny (William Daniels), best friend Shawn Hunter (Rider Strong), brother Eric (Will Friedle), and love interest Topanga (Danielle Fishel).
It also features Cory’s father Alan (William Russ), mother Amy (Betsy Randle), and sister Morgan (Lily Nicksay), while introducing the characters Angela Moore (Trina McGee-Davis), Rachel McGuire (Maitland Ward), Jonathan Turner (Anthony Tyler Quinn), Eli Williams (Alex Désert), and Jack Hunter (Matthew Lawrence) during its later seasons.
Adam Scott Star Trek
Adam also appeared on Star Trek: First Contact. This is a science fiction film directed by Jonathan Frakes (in his cinematic directorial debut). The film is based on the franchise of the same name created by Gene Roddenberry. The film is the eighth film in the Star Trek film series, as well as the second to star the cast of the series Star Trek: The Next Generation. In it, the crew of the USS Enterprise-E travel back in time from the 24th century to the mid 21st-century in order to stop the cybernetic Borg from conquering Earth by changing their past.
Adam Scott The Overnight
He worked as executive producer on, and portrayed Alex in, the comedy film The Overnight in 2015, and also co-starred in the Christmas comedy slasher film Krampus.
The Overnight is a sex comedy film written and directed by Patrick Brice. It stars Adam along side Taylor Schilling, Jason Schwartzman, and Judith Godrèche. It was produced by Naomi Scott and executive produced by Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass, and Adam Scott.
It had its world premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival on January 23, 2015. The film was then released in a limited release on June 19, 2015 by The Orchard.
Adam Scott Parks And Rec
In 2010, Scott joined the cast of NBC’s acclaimed comedy series Parks and Recreation, in which he played Ben Wyatt, a state auditor who arrives in the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana to evaluate the town’s funds
Adam Scott Hellraiser
Adam also appeared in Hellraiser: Bloodline which is also known as Hellraiser IV: Bloodline. It is a science fiction horror film and the fourth installment in the Hellraiser series, which serves as both a prequel and a sequel. The film is directed by Kevin Yagher and Joe Chappelle. It stars Doug Bradley as Pinhead, reprising his role and now the only remaining original character and cast member. It also features Adam Scott in his first major film role, Bruce Ramsay, Valentina Vargas and Kim Myers
Adam Scott Party Down
Adam appeared on the Starz network show Party Down from 2009 to 2010. His role earned him an Entertainment Weekly Ewwy nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy Series in 2009.
Adam Scott Net Worth
Adam has an estimated net worth of $8 million. He has earned his net worth from his acting career. Adam is well known for his roles on the NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation”.