Scott is of Scottish, German and Irish heritage.
Scott Foley directed one episode of Monk. The episode title was "Mr. Monk and the Employee of the Month" and it aired in 2004. He also co-executive produced a film for TV titled Firestorm: Last Stand at Yellowstone. He also played "Dr. Clay Harding" in the same film.
Scott and Marika Dominczyk were married on the Hawaiian island of Lana'i June 5, 2007.
Scott starred in the 2005 version of Anton Chekhov's play The Cherry Orchard.
Scott appeared in a series of advertisements for GAP.
Scott starred in the 2003 Broadway play The Violet Hour.
Scott speaks Japanese fluently.
Scott married Jennifer Garner on October 19, 2000; They divorced on March 30, 2004, but they had been separated since April 2003.
Scott met ex-wife Jennifer Garner on the set of Felicity, where she played his ex-girlfriend.
Foley's mother died when he was 15.
Scott Foley has two younger siblings.
Scott Foley is 6'1" (1.85 m) tall.
Beyond acting, he has tried his hand at both directing and producing. He has directed one episode of Felicity, entitled "The Graduate" and was also the producer for his sitcom, A.U.S.A.
He was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Film - Choice Sleazebag, for his part in Scream 3.
Scott is on TV Guide's, "TV's Sexiest Men" list for 2006.
Scott married ex-wife, Jennifer Garner, in their backyard after being together for a couple of years.
On November 6, 2006, Scott proposed to actress Marika Dominczyk.
After filming The Unit's first season, Scott headed for Thailand to help rebuild homes lost in the tsunami.
Scott: (on going from lovelorn Noel in "Felicity" to tough guy Bob in "The Unit") It's been a great journey, and somewhere along the way I crossed over some threshold where I'm no longer the loveable sensitive guy, and I'm now the guy with the shaved head shooting guns! It's been a bizarre transformation. Can you imagine Noel picking up a submachine gun and saving the world? It's a little strange!
Scott: (on Australia) I lived in Sydney for four-and-a-half years growing up. I went to school in Sydney and we lived in St. Ives. I haven't been back since, but now with the show (The Unit), I might have an excuse! And it sounds like a good honeymoon place, too…
Scott: I was lucky enough to know exactly what I wanted to do when I was growing up. I think one of the hardest things to figure out in life is what your calling is, and what truly makes you happy - not what you want to work at, but what you want to do.
Scott: I never took my SAT's. I never applied to college. I moved right out here and jumped into the thick of things. Whether that was the smart move or not, I'm sitting here talking to you now, so it paid off.
Scott: I was lucky enough to know exactly what I wanted to do when I was growing up. I think one of the hardest things to figure out in life is what your calling is, and what truly makes you happy--not what you want to work at, but what you want to do. And I knew it.
Scott: I'm a big believer in marriage. We're all looking for someone to love us at the end of the day.
Scott: (Talking about his at the time wife Jennifer Garner) There are so many things. I love that she's cold when she sleeps and that she has long fingers…it's just everything about her.