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Scott, Judson Earney 1952- (Judson Scott)

Scott, Judson Earney 1952- (Judson Scott)


Original name, Judson Scott Earney; born July 15, 1952, in Azusa, CA. Education: University of California, B.A., theatre arts; Juilliard School, B.A., theater arts; studied acting at the Actor's Studio. Avocational Interests: Surfing, playing tennis, skiing, lifting weights, making pottery, writing, riding horseback, painting, reading, playing piano, and doing stand-up comedy.


Actor. Cabaret Theatre Company, Los Angeles, CA, founding member; toured with and appeared in productions with John Houseman's The Acting Company.

Awards, Honors:

Irene Ryan Award, best actor— Western United States.


Film Appearances:

(Uncredited) Biker, Every Which Way But Loose, Warner Bros., 1978.

(As Judson Scott) Charles Kendricks, I, the Jury, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1982.

(Uncredited) Joachim, Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (also known as Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan—The Director's Cut), Paramount, 1982.

Gabriel LaFontaine, Escape, Quest Entertainment, 1990.

Iago, True Identity, Buena Vista, 1991.

(As Judson Scott) Pallantine, Blade, New Line Cinema, 1998.

Karns, Fugitive Mind, Flashstar, 1999.

Television Appearances; Series:

Bennu of the Golden Light, The Phoenix, ABC, 1982.

Lieutenant James, V (also known as V: The Series), NBC, 1985.

(As Judson Scott) Clay Monroe, One Life to Live, ABC, 1985.

Peter Harrell, General Hospital, ABC, 1985.

(As Judson Scott) Sacha Malenkov, The Colbys, ABC, 1986.

Television Appearances; Movies:

(As Judson Scott) Grace, Full Exposure: The Sex Tapes Scandal, NBC, 1989.

(As Judson Scott) Prince, "Daddy's Home," Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1991.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Bennu, The Phoenix (movie; also known as War of the Wizards), ABC, 1981.

Mats Edholm, Velvet, ABC, 1984.

Anton Zeiss, K-9000, Fox, 1991.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

(As Judson Scott) Johnney Lee Bradick, "Fallen Angel," Strike Force, ABC, 1982.

(As Judson Scott) Float, "Jackal," The Powers of Matthew Star, NBC, 1982.

(As Judson Scott) Lawrence of Arabia, "Worlds Apart," Voyagers!, NBC, 1982.

Dak Hampton, "It's Only Rock and Roll," The Greatest American Hero, ABC, 1983.

Andre and Allen Garvey, "Target: Miss World," Matt Houston, ABC, 1983.

Parker, "Witness: Jesse Duke," The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1983.

Benson, "Sittin' Dukes," The Dukes of Hazzard, CBS, 1984.

Andre and Allen Garvey, "Death Stalk," Matt Houston, ABC, 1984.

Bobby Curtis, "Exercise in Murder," T. J. Hooker, ABC, 1984.

(As Judson Scott) Maxwell, "Incident at Crystal Lake," The A-Team, NBC, 1985.

Sobi, "Symbiosis," Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), syndicated, 1988.

(As Judson Scott) Ernst Graff, "The Legacy," Mission: Impossible, ABC, 1988.

Vulcan, "The Unseen Enemy," Raven, CBS, 1992.

(As Judson Scott) Gil Swill, "No Man's Land," The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. (also known as Brisco County Jr.), Fox, 1993.

(As Judson Scott) Knight One, "And the Sky Full of Stars," Babylon 5 (also known as B5), syndicated, 1994.

"Carrick O'Quinn," Renegade, USA Network and syndicated, 1994.

Commander Rekar, "Message in a Bottle," Star Trek: Voyager (also known as Voyager), UPN, 1998.

(As Judson Scott) Travis Braxton, "Soldiers of Hate," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 2001.

(As Judson Scott) Absalom, "This Is Not Happening," The X-Files, Fox, 2001.

(As Judson Scott) Absalom, "Deadalive," The X-Files, Fox, 2001.

(As Judson Scott) Absalom, "Three Words," The X-Files, Fox, 2001.

(As Judson Scott) Necron, "A Witch's Tale: Parts 1 & 2," Charmed, The WB, 2002.

Stage Appearances:

Richard III, 1973.

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