Scott briefly attempted the singing parts in the Disney animated film Aladdin, but gave up that role to Brad Kane.
Scott reprised the voice of Aladdin in the direct-to-video sequel, "Return of Jafar" in 1992.
Scott guest starred on an episode of Miami Vice at the age of 11.
Scott provided his voice for the title role in the 1994 remake of Disney's, "The Shaggy Dog."
Scott was the whiz kid of the Amiga Commodore Computer advertising campaign in 1990.
Scott's first significant TV role was playing Patrick in Hemingway.
Scott considers himself to be a writer first, and an actor second.
Scott received his first writing credit for the WB television show, Like Family.
Scott provided his voice for two upcoming Disney films called "Mickey's Philharmagic" and "The Search For Mickey Mouse."
Scott produced an award-winning film short, "The Cricket Player."
Scott first became interested in acting in the third grade when an actor gave a presentation for Career Day at his school.
Scott is the eldest of four children.
Scott is the son of Elliot and Babs Weinger.
Scott was born in New York City and was raised in Hollywood, Florida.
Scott's first job was a national commercial for Ideal Toys.
Scott was born on the exact same day as Kate Winslet.
Scott was a youth correspondent for ABC's "Good Morning America" from 1994-1997.
Scott has an younger brother named Todd Weinger.
He graduated from Harvard University in 1998. He majored in English and minored in French literature.
Scott dated actress Kellie Martin during 1994.
Scott has lived in Paris, and is fluent in French.
Scott appeared on Mike's Super Short Show for the movie, "Aladdin."
He is left-handed.
Scott did an online interview with Dave Coulier. Dave played Joey Gladstone on Full House, which Scott has also been in.
Scott does the voice for Aladdin and once he even played Aladdin in an episode of Full House!
He did the voice of Aladdin in the video game, Kingdom Hearts.