Scott Bailey is a popular American actor. He has starred in the films Thunderbolt and Prayers for Bobby. Scott also starred in the TV series Ray Donovan, Law & Order. Special Corps”,“Mistresses”and“Especially Serious Crimes”.
Biography and personal life
The full name of the actor is Scott Michael Bailey. He was born on December 16, 1978 in Florissant, Missouri. Scott spent almost all of his childhood in Europe. He lived in Vernon, Illinois, Augsburg, Germany, Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Los Angeles. In addition to English, the actor knows German and Spanish well. Bailey is not the only child in the family. He grew up with his older sister Lisa. Scott's mother was a nurse.
Bailey was educated in mechanical engineering. He attended New Mexico State University. During his student years, Scott was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Society. Prior to his acting career, Bailey worked for the US Department of Energy. At first, acting on stage was just a hobby for Bailey. Over time, he realized that this is what he wants to do most of his time. However, the actor continued to work towards his doctorate at the University of California, Los Angeles.
In 2010, the actor announced his engagement to American actress and singer Adrienne Franz. The wedding took place the following year in California. In 2015, a daughter was born to their family, who was named Amelie Irene. Scott loves to travel and writes research articles for specialized magazines.
Early in his acting career, Scott starred as Sandy Foster on the series Guiding Light, which ran from 1952 to 2009. The melodrama tells about the life of a priest. Then he appeared in the action-adventure film about the undefeated crime fighter "Cool Walker". This series could be seen from 1993 to 2001. Bailey got the role of Danny Roberts in it. He then played Stan in The Faculty. The melodrama is co-produced by the USA, Canada and the UK about life in college. The series has several storylines.
Later, the actor could be seen as Mack in the series "Chicken Soup for the Soul" and as Brian Townsend in the crime detective "Law & Order. Special building ". In 2001, he starred in the television drama Just Ask My Children. The actor got the role of Brandon in his youth. According to the plot, after a false denunciation from a neighbor, a married couple is tried. Children are forced to testify against their father and mother. Their parents are imprisoned for many years, and the boys grow up in foster families. In the same year, he got the role of Walter in the film "The First Day". The war drama was directed by Michael W. Leighton.
Then the actor could be seen in the 2004 film Big Chuck, Little Chuck. His character is Robbie Williams. The main character is a dog trainer. The director, screenwriter and producer of the family comedy is Byron Quiesenberry. Bailey later landed the lead role of Roman Martin in the TV series Sinners and Saints. Other major roles in the drama were given to Maria Conchita Alonso, Charles Shaughnessy and Natalie Martinez. In 2007, Scott starred in The Fall. The thriller tells the story of a student who is greatly changed by an experienced act of violence. The film has been featured at events such as the Tribeca Film Festival and the Stockholm International Film Festival. In the same year he could be seen in the short film "Express Acquaintance". The actor's character is Jake. The comedy has been featured at the Rochester Film Festival, Sonoma Film Festival and DC Shorts, Newport Beach Film Festival, Road Island and Rome International Film Festivals.
In 2008, the actor starred in the film American Upstart. The protagonist of the fantastic comedy is a Hollywood director who is seeking the cancellation of the 4th of July holiday. On the eve of this day, spirits come to him.Then there was the role of James in the series "Kamen Ryder: Dragon Knight", which aired in 2008 and 2009. The life of the protagonist changes after the disappearance of his father. The next work of the actor took place in the television film "Prayers for Bobby". In this drama, he got the role of David. The main character is the mother of a gay guy. She prays that her son will return to the right path. In 2010, the series "The Cove" began with the participation of Scott. The character of the actor is Nathan Perkins. The directors of the melodrama are Gregory J. Martin, Christos Andrews.
The following year brought Bailey the role of Greg Cooper in the TV series Fatal Beauties. The heroines of the thriller are dangerous women who are better off not getting in their way. Then Scott starred in the movie "Thunderbolt". He got the role of Officer Murray. The main character of the melodrama is a student who is killed by lightning. Then Scott was invited to play the role of Robert Keller in the crime detective "Especially serious crimes." The series, which is a sequel to the "Snoop" series, ran from 2012 to 2018. Later, the actor could be seen in the short film Side Effects as Dick. His partners were Joel Boling, Nicole Feenstra and Eva Gustavson.
Further, the actor was invited to a small role in the TV series "Mistresses". The thriller tells the stories of four girlfriends. He then landed the role of Agent Travis in the drama Ray Donovan. The main character makes money by solving other people's problems. This series began showing in 2013 and is still being filmed. Scott appeared as Bobby Kennedy in the undercover cop crime thriller Aquarius. The series ran in 2015 and 2016. Scott's next work is the role of Trevor Wilkins in the television movie "The Perfect Girlfriend." The thriller has been shown in Canada, USA, France, Spain and Sweden.
In 2016, Bailey played Tim McNeilly in the TV series All Over again. The comedy director is Eric Dean Seaton. In the same year, the series "Out of Time" began with the participation of Scott. His character is John F. Kennedy. This fantastic action adventure tells the story of traveling with a time machine. In 2017, the actor starred in The Christmas Murder Story. Scott's character is Chris. The crime thriller begins with a store robbery. 2018 brought Bailey the role of Paul in the TV movie Home for Spring. The drama has been shown in the United States and France. Directed by Dwight H. Little. The next role of the actor took place in the film "Welcome, Sinners." He played Jack Dickinson. The melodrama was presented at the Outfest Los Angeles Film Festival. Then Scott starred in the short film "War" and the film "The Peeper." Their release is scheduled for 2020.