An avid traveler, Rodney has visited most major U.S. cities. He hopes to go to Egypt one day to see the pyramids.
At 19, Rodney decided to take the scenic cross-country trip to Hollywood with three friends, to see if he could make it in show biz.
Rodney's cousin got him hooked on golf, and he honed his skills and competed in the state finals during his sophomore year in high school.
Rodney Scott made his television starring debut as a series regular on Young Americans.
On Young Americans, Rodney said, "This isn't just high school... This is high school without parents."
Rodney's American Dreams character, Danny O'Connor, was quarterback of the East Catholic football team.
Rodney was all set to attend college, but at the last minute, he headed to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of becoming an actor.
On playing a teen idol on The Partridge Family Story, Rodney jokes, "Playing David taught me how not to be a teen idol!"
Rodney beat hundreds of hopefuls to play '70s teen idol David Cassidy in The Partridge Family Story.
Rodney is six feet, two inches tall.
Rodney was once set to star in a WB mid-season drama called No Ordinary Girl, but it was never aired.
Rodney was brought up in Ocean City, Maryland.
Rodney's enjoys reading biographies.
As a teenager, Rodney played basketball, football, and golf.
Many will recognize Rodney from his recurring role on the much-loved American Dreams.
Rodney has appeared on two 2005 pilots as a guest star, for both Cold Case and Ghost Whisperer.
Rodney's movie Sex & Consequences was released on video under the title First Offense.
Rodney is known for his "boy next door" good looks.
Rodney's character on Dawson's Creek, Will Krudski, was used to create the spin-off Young Americans.
Rodney used to work at the famous Chinese Mann Theatre in Hollywood as an usher, before he became an actor.