In Greek, he had originally tested for Calvin, but realized Cappie was more like him.
Scott has a myspace.
Scott guest starred on an episode of The Game playing Brittany Daniel's brother.
Scott was born at Central Dupage Hospital in Dallas, TX.
Scott is like his character Cappie in Greek.
He was interested in acting as early as elementary school.
Greek was his first major role.
He was born in Winfield, Illinois.
He left college after just one semester to pursue his career in acting.
Scott moved to Dallas as a young man and grew up there.
As an actor, Scott never considered Greek life.
Scott said that he went to Collin County Community College for one semester when he lived in Texas.
Scott was in the movies Teenage Dirtbag, The Horrible Flowers, and Forever Charlie.
Scott filmed an internet pilot called Quarterlife.
In high school, Scott was in the theater club, as well as the choir.
Scott attended Marcus High School.
Scott was raised in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as a child.
Scott likes to act in various national commercials.
Scott knows how to play guitar.
He enjoys playing with the band "Siren's Eye", which he plays lead guitar.
Scott was very active in college theatre and local stage productions.
Scott is approximately 6'2" as of June 2007.
Scott studied at the acclaimed Quad C Theatre program at Collin County Community College in Plano, Texas.
Scott: I admire the aspect of, you know, living for today.
Scott: (about Greek) There's so much obvious tension between Cappie and Casey.
Scott: (about playing Cappie on Greek) I would say my personality meshes well with the character.
Scott: (about fraternities) It never even crossed my mind.
Scott: (about Greek) I'm glad this show about fraternities because I would have never seen that side of college.
Scott: I went to a small junior college and I only went for one semester, so I don't feel like I got an accurate experience.
Scott: I sorta felt like fraternities were for big jock guys, which is a sterotype.
Scott: I feel like I'm kind of living my college experience through the show (Greek).