Scott was personally asked by Larry Sanders to join him in The Larry Sanders Show.
He was invited to the funeral of Kurt Cobain with the rest of the cast of The Kids in The Hall by Kurt´s widow Courtney Love.
Scott said that Kurt Cobain was a fan of him and a fan of The Kids In the Hall.
He wrote a book named Buddy Babylon that is about his Kids In The Hall Buddy Cole character, but the book primary deals about his experiences growing up in Quebec and dealing with his sexuality in his teenage years. Although he wrote the book as his character and not his real persona.
He is a founding member of The Kids in The Hall troupe.
Scott was a member of the comedy troupe Love Cats before joining The Kids in The Hall.
He is an author.
He and comedian Carrot Top share the same name.
His hero is Buddy Cole.
He set a Canadian flag on fire on The Tom Green Show and then chanted with Tom Green "USA! USA!"
Scott is good friends with fellow actor and Kid In The Hall member Mark McKinney.
He was expelled from York´s University due to disruptive behavior.
Scott is the second child of five brothers.
He is a stand up comedian.
He threw the first pitch in the Pride Week of the Toronto Blue Jays on June 23 of 2005.
Scott is openly gay.
He was nominated for a Cable Ace Award for Best Actor in a Comedy in 1990.
He played over 100 waiters during the duration of Kids in the Hall.
Scott (Talking when he introduces himself as the gay member of Kids in the Hall): Hi I´m Scott Thompson, and yes, I´m the fag.
Scott: I may have been born yesterday, but I still went shopping.