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Valentine, Scott 1958–

Valentine, Scott 1958–


Born June 3, 1958, in Saratoga Springs, NY; son of Edward Eugene and Beverly Ann (maiden name, Hanna) Valentine; married Kym Denyse Fisher (an actress), September 29, 1985; children: Trevin John. Education: Attended Adirondack Community College, Queensbury, NY; studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and with John Costopoulos at the Actors Studio West.


Actor. Appeared in a television commercial for Wendy's restaurants, 1986. Also worked as a short order cook and researcher for a publishing firm.


Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.


Stage Appearances:

Johnny, Hatful of Rain, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York City, 1980.

Festival Finale, Union Square Theatre, New York City, 1980.

Dan, Home Remedies, Actors Outlet, New York City, 1982.

Also appeared in No Place to Be Somebody, Changing Place, New York City.

Film Appearances:

Peter, Dead Time Stories, 1982.

Swingdog dope busboy, Waitress! (also known as Soup to Nuts), 1982.

Member of Air Band, True Stories, Island, 1986.

Peter, Deadtime Stories (also known as Freaky Fairytales), 1986.

Kaz, My Demon Lover, New Line Cinema, 1987.

Host, Crackdown on Drugs, 1988.

Clark Sanford, Write to Kill, 1990.

Tim Casey, Killer Instinct (also known as Homicidal Impulse), 1991.

Jacob, To Sleep with a Vampire, 1993.

Whit & Charm, 1994.

John Edson, The Unborn II (also known as Baby Blood II), 1994.

John Davenport, Till the End of the Night, 1994.

Steve Burke, Double Obsession, 1994.

Blaze, Object of Obsession, 1995.

Colonel Rance Higgins, Carnosaur 3: Primal Species (also known as Primal Species), 1996.

Dick, Black Scorpion II: Aftershock (also known as Black Scorpion: Ground Zero), Concorde, 1996.

Vinnie Etchabara, The Waterfront (also known as Maximum Justice), Allied Entertainment, 1998.

Warren, Paranoia, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1998.

Captain George Tanner, Gateway station manager, Fallout, 1998.

Pete the hermit, Mars, 1998.

Kevin, Black Ball (also known as Full Circle), Cargo Films, 2000.

Steve Rafferty, Black Scorpion Returns, New Concorde, 2001.

Steve Rafferty, Sting of the Black Scorpion, New Concorde, 2002.

Jack Schitt, Frostbite, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2005.

Television Appearances; Series:

Nick Moore, Family Ties, NBC, 1985–89.

Voice of 24th Phantom/Kit Walker, Phantom 2040 (also known as Phantom 2040: The Ghost Who Walks), syndicated, 1994.

Steve Rafferty, Black Scorpion (also known as Roger Corman Presents "Black Scorpion"), Sci–Fi Channel, 2001.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Ron, Lady Boss (also known as Jackie Collins' "Lady Boss"), 1992.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Jeff Haldane, Going to the Chapel (also known as Wedding Day and Wedding Day Blues), NBC, 1988.

Gerry Shannon, After the Shock, USA Network, 1990.

Pete Rossi, Dangerous Pursuit, USA Network, 1990.

Jason Barnes, Without Her Consent, NBC, 1990.

Robert Clayton Jr., The Secret Passion of Robert Clayton, USA Network, 1992.

Damien Blakely, Perry Mason: The Case of the Fatal Framing (also known as Perry Mason: The Case of the Posthumous Painter), NBC, 1992.

Michael Carver, Out of Annie's Past, USA Network, 1995.

Mark Rictus, Yakuza Connection (also known as California Roll), 1995.

Pete the hermit, Mars, HBO, 1999.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Disneyland's Summer Vacation Party, NBC, 1986.

Nick Moore, The Art of Being Nick, NBC, 1987.

The Second Annual Star–Spangled Celebration, ABC, 1988.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Nick Morelli, Taking It Home, NBC, 1986.

Nick Moore, The Art of Being Nick, NBC, 1987.

Peebe Barnes, The Best Defense, ABC, 1995.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Colton, "The Wrong Crowd," Knight Rider, 1985.

Danny Blaster, "The Angel," Matlock, ABC, 1986.

Frankie Killian, "Three for the Money," Midnight Caller, 1990.

Joe, "Living a Lie," The Hitchhiker (also known as Deadly Nightmares and Le voyageur), 1991.

Voice of Bell, "Feat of Clay: Part 1," Batman: The Animated Series (animated; also known as Batman and The Adventures of Batman & Robin), 1992.

Dean Richards, "The Phantom Killer," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1993.

Voice of Bell, "Batgirl Returns," Batman: The Animated Series (animated; also known as Batman and The Adventures of Batman & Robin), 1994.

Voice of Dark Aegis, "Distant Boundaries," Iron Man (animated; also known as The Marvel Action Hour: Iron Man), syndicated, 1994.

Jake Bryer, "Family Secrets," Sirens, 1994.

Johnny Corben/Metallo, "Metallo," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1995.

Elliot Hammond, "Pulp Addiction," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1995.

Darman H. Keene, "A Quaking in Aspen," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995.

Voice of Sam Coralli, "A Little Piece of Home," Superman (animated; also known as Superman: The Animated Series), 1996.

Bruce Cassidy, "Five Minutes to Midnight," Renegade, 1996.

Ben Bodine, "The Brotherhood," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1996.

Voice of Spike, Pinky and the Brain (animated), 1997.

Producer, "Planbee," NewsRadio (also known as The Station), NBC, 1997.

Coach Barnard, "Mr. Muscles," Promised Land (also known as Home of the Brave), CBS, 1997.

Brad Cavanaugh, "Breakout," Martial Law, CBS, 1998.

Maxwell Davidoff, "The Long Road to Nowhere," Mike Hammer, Private Eye, 1998.

Voice of Coe, "Joyride," Batman Beyond (animated; also known as Batman of the Future), The WB, 1999.

Baxter Stark, "People v. Gunny," JAG, CBS, 2000.

"Syd in Wonderland," Providence, 2000.

"Dick Van Patten," Living in TV Land, TV Land, 2004.

Dr. Steven Rydell, "Night, Mother," CSI: NY, CBS, 2004.

Television Director; Episodic:

Directed Black Scorpion (also known as Roger Corman Presents "Black Scorpion"), Sci–Fi Channel, 2001.



People Weekly, May 19, 1986, p. 85.

The Advocate, October 20, 1992, p. 62.

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