Scott Cohen appeared in the broadway play Losing Louis Oct 12 2006 through Nov 26, 2006.
Scott and his wife Anastasia Traina's son Liam was born in 1995.
Scott plays piano.
Scott is married to Anastasia Traina since 1989. They have one child.
Scott is 6'1" (1.85 m) tall.
Scott played Steve Thomas in the TV movie Perfect Murder, Perfect Town: JonBenét and the City of Boulder.
Scott Cohen also stars as "Wolf" in the 10 hour movie The 10th Kingdom which was released in the year 2000. His perfromance as the attractive yet dangerous character has made him a favourite to viewers of all ages.
Scott appears in the TV movie Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America.
Scott: I didn't hang out with the hip. I never went to clubs. I'd rather talk than dance.
Scott: I'm sure I'll get tired very quickly. With these kinds of roles, emotionally you're a waste; you're a basket case. You don't know exactly what's real and what's not. The trick is to remember that your character may be pathological, but you are not!
Scott: It was instinct. That might sound weird... But the bestiality is something that's in us somewhere. I was so connected to him. His bestiality came out of his neuroses, and that's something I could relate to. (about Wolf)
Scott: I had these 8-year-old black shoes that I'd worn holes in walking to auditions all over Manhattan, and I decided to throw them out. My wife said, 'Don't. Those are the shoes that got you where you are. It's powerful to see what comes from the result of a struggle. So I kept them. I might need them again.
Scott: In college, I took a course in clowning and became a circus clown. My teacher had a theater company, and I auditioned and got in.
Scott: When I was a kid, I wanted to be a musician, but I didn't have the discipline.
Scott: I served Al Pacino a cappuccino when I was working at Jerry's in SoHo. He gave me a $5 tip.
Scott: There were times when I really wished I could do something else. (about acting)
Scott: (on being a celebrity) I am glad you think I am a celebrity. LOL. But I think that the difficult thing is being seen as your character and not as a human being.
Scott: I believe in struggle. And I believe that the struggle is beautiful. You have to try it or you will never know what's beyond it.