Film And Television Actor.
Adam Paul Scott (born April 3, 1973) is an American film and television actor. He is perhaps best known for his role as Ben Wyatt in the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation. Scott has also appeared as Derek in the movie Step Brothers, Henry Pollard in the Starz sitcom Party Down,...Wikipedia
Born: 3rd April, 1973, Santa Cruz, California, United States
Height: 5' 9" (175 cm)
Claim to Fame: Phillip The Coffee Boy On Wasteland (1999).
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Los Angeles (E! Online) – Jessica Szohr has gotten her self into some fishy business.
I can exclusively reveal that the Gossip Girl starlet has snagged a role in Piranha 3-D, an upcoming remake of the 1978 cult classic terror flick from The Hills Have Eyes remake director Alexandre Aja.
Like the original, the movie centers on a lakeside town being terrorized by prehistoric man-eating razor-toothed fish. This time around, however, the movie will be in 3-D.
Previously announced cast for the Dimension Films project includes...
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Posted by Queenoftab 5 years ago
Paul Rudd shows he loves us, man, by serving up the dish about his new venture as executive producer of the slice-of-life catering comedy Party Down.
How did this show come about?
I`m friends with [cocreators] Rob Thomas, John Enbom and Dan Etheridge. The idea of caterers seemed like it offered lots of opportunities—it`s realistic and awkward and naturally funny. It`s been gestating in our minds for several years, and now it`s finally come to fruition.
What`s the show about?
It follows this group of people who are catering through the eyes of Henry Pollard... Read More
Posted by NewsHound 5 years ago
He is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
It`s amazing how pervasive food is. Every second commercial is for food. Every second TV episode takes place around a meal. In the city, you can`t go ten feet without seeing or smelling a restaurant. There are 20 foot high hamburgers up on billboards. I am acutely aware of food, and its omnipresence is astounding.