Announced in November 2008, that he and his wife, Kelley, are expecting their first child a baby boy. Kelley is due in the spring.
Scott won a Video Premiere Award for Lady and the Tramp 2 for "Best Animated Character Performance."
Scott was one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive, 2006. He is found in the "Sexy at any Height" section at 5'8."
Scott married Real World: New Orleans alum Kelly Limp, on May 29, 2004.
Scott was once engaged to Alyssa Milano.
Scott guest starred as twins Billy and Bobby in a Kids Incorporated episode titled "Double Trouble." At the time he used his full name, Scott Tyler Wolf.
Scott has a Bachelor's Degree in Finance from George Washington University.
Scott is described by people who have worked with him as friendly and always-smiling.
Scott enjoys participating in charity hockey games.
During his free time, Scott likes to golf or hit the hockey rink.
Scott used to date actress Paula Devicq.
When he first starred on Party of Five, Scott earned the nickname "The Next Tom Cruise."
Scott worked at Stagehouse West in California.
Athlete Scott enjoys participating in celebrity sports events.
Scott and his wife purchased a home in Utah in 2006, while he was starring in Everwood.
Scott loves to drink Starbucks Frappaccinos.
Scott is a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
Scott was an extra on Saved by the Bell (1989) at the same time as fellow actor Casper Van Dien.
Scott: Actually, I've only been involved with one girl I worked with. It was Alyssa Milano. We didn't actually have an onscreen kiss - we're about to but it gets broken up.
Scott: There are so many people I would love to work with, like Al Pacino, Paul Newman, Gary Oldman -- maybe Tom Cruise. I wanna play his brother in something -- so call my agent!
Scott: It's easy, I suppose, to get sidetracked and think things aren't important. But it's your friends and family who are most important.
Scott: I've always been a huge Paul Newman fan.
Scott: I got tackled once in a movie theater. I was with my mom and brother, and then suddenly I got hit from behind and sort of sprawled out on the candy counter.
Scott: Everyone wants that sense of fulfilling a purpose in some way.
Scott: I didn't really like sushi until I moved out to L.A.
Scott: I just try to have the experience my character is having. If I'm feeling it, if I'm living in that moment as best I can, then the hope is that it's something the audience is able to feel along with the character.
Scott: When I had no work and all this time on my hands, I couldn't get a date. Now that I have women banging on my door, I have no time to answer it.
Scott (on the Party of Five cast); We felt like we just got surrounded by this community of friends.