Scott, William Lee 1973-
Scott, William Lee 1973-
Born July 6, 1973, in Hudson, NY; father, a real estate broker; mother, a librarian; married Charlene Bloom (an actress), 2002. Education: Studied acting with William Esper. Avocational Interests: Painting, martial arts, reading, playing the drums, sports.
Agent—IFA Talent Agency, 8730 Sunset Blvd., Suite 490, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Manager—Artistry Entertainment, 340 North Camden Dr., Suite 302, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.
Actor. Appeared in advertisements. Worked as a waiter.
Best Actor Award, Columbia University, c. 1995, for 'Tis the Season; Image Award nomination, outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 2001, for The Steve Harvey Show; Young Hollywood Award, rising star, 2003.
Zach, 'Tis the Season (short film), c. 1995, KOAN, 1998.
Anton Freeman as a teenager, Gattaca (also known as The Eighth Day), Columbia, 1997.
Randy "One Ball" Cates, The Opposite of Sex, Sony Pictures Classics, 1998.
Roy Lee Cook, October Sky (also known as Rocket Boys), Universal, 1999.
Will King, Black and White, Palm Pictures, 1999, Screen Gems, 2000.
Toby, Gone in Sixty Seconds (also known as Gone in 60 Seconds), Buena Vista, 2000.
Lieutenant Billy Thompson, Pearl Harbor (also known as Pearl Harbour and Tennessee), Buena Vista, 2001.
Carl, Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (also known as Dumb & Dumberer, Dumb & Dumber 2, Dumber & Dumbest, and When Harry Met Lloyd: Dumb and Dumberer), New Line Cinema, 2003.
Lou, Identity (also known as I.D.), Columbia, 2003.
Tommy Miller, The Butterfly Effect, New Line Cinema, 2004.
Wesley Benfield, Killer Diller (also known as Bottleneck), Kd Productions, 2004, Freestyle Releasing, 2006.
(In archive footage) Jeremy, Cuts (short film), Flynn Productions, 2005.
Clay, Beautiful Dreamer, Imageworks Entertainment International, 2006.
Henry, The Novice, Chickasabogue Filmworks/Lumpkin Productions, 2006.
Rid, The Go-Getter, Et Cetera Films/Fillmore/Two Roads Entertainment, 2007.
Chad, Farmhouse, Alliance Group Entertainment, 2008.
Television Appearances; Series:
Stanley "Bullethead" Kuznocki, The Steve Harvey Show, The WB, 1996-2002.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Hank Jackson, Before Women Had Wings (also known as Oprah Winfrey Presents: "Before Women Had Wings"), ABC, 1997.
Ty Cobb, The Winning Season (also known as Honus and Me), TNT, 2004.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Jeremy Falls, "Sons and Lovers," Cracker (also known as Cracker: Mind over Murder), ABC, 1997.
Skinhead, "Ricochet," Gun (also known as Robert Altman's "Gun"), ABC, 1997.
D. J. Scorpius, "Tinder Box," CSI: Miami (also known as CSI Miami), CBS, 2003.
Gary, "Children of the Dark," Criminal Minds (also known as Quantico, Criminal Minds—FBI tutjijat, Esprits criminels, Gyilkos elmek, Kurjuse kannul, and Mentes criminales), CBS, 2007.
Jordan, "Owner of a Broken Heart," ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 2008.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Evan, Prudy and Judy, The WB, c. 1996.
$5.15/Hr. (also known as $5.15), HBO, 2004.
Peter Burnet, Twenty Questions (also known as 20 Questions), ABC, 2006.
Movieline, June, 2000, p. 20; March, 2003, p. 44.
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